An essay by Phillippe Lançon, translated by Steven Rendall: "I survived a terrorist attack. I never expected my story might console others."
A critic unlocks his hoard of ‘scavenged wisdom.’
In the second installment of "The Americans," his series on overlooked or under-read writers, A.O. Scott considers the scrupulously documented, meticulously observed fiction of Edward P. Jones.
“The American People, Volume 2” is a sprawling, angry, intimate book about the dawn of the AIDS crisis and the carnage and neglect that ensued.
Dwight Garner surveys the varied and glorious classic works on indolence.
It remains a landmark in Berkeley, one of America’s very best bookstores and worth an epic detour to visit.
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I don’t know how to survive the surreality of this moment without The New York Times. It is a lifeline for many of us who are under house arrest. Covering the COVID-19 crisis in real time—without t…
In “The Dairy Restaurant,” Ben Katchor writes (and draws) an encyclopedic ode to establishments that began to flourish in New York City and elsewhere in the 19th century.
As a restaurateur, he was in the vanguard of moving from rich French fare to more fish and seasonal, locally sourced fresh produce.