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‘Burning Down the Haus’ a Human Depiction of Social Change

“Burning Down the Haus” stands as a testament to the DIY ethos as a response to oppression, which, in this day and age, may be exactly what American society needs.

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‘Things to Make and Break’ Breaks Hearts

“Things to Make and Break” is at once about everyone and no one in particular.

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‘Friday Black:’ An Ingenious Attack on American Society

“Friday Black,” Nana Kwame Adjei-Brenyah’s debut short story collection, is unflinching in its criticism of pervasive elements in modern America, tackling racial injustices, capitalism, school shootings, and more.

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André Aciman Explores Identity and Displacement

Internationally acclaimed Alexandrian author André Aciman drew an eager crowd in Andover Hall for “Exile and Elsewhere."

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Much Care Given in 'The Caregiver'

Park’s prose twists the mundane into different forms, shedding new light on themes that are pervasive throughout literature.

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Five Spooky Short Stories for October

Spice up your Halloween season with some spooky short fiction!

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'All You Can Ever Know': A Transracial Adoption Story on Consequence and Love

“All You Can Ever Know” is a beautifully written book that addresses problems of race and family, drawing the reader in an emotional roller coaster that leaves them wanting to know more.

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‘Ponti’: A Spin on Your Classic Coming of Age Novel

The story has an unoriginal plot about the life of three different women prevalent in many young adult novels, but the plot reveals that these characters are not as one-dimensional as they seem.

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Hank Green Talks New Stardom On ‘An Absolutely Remarkable Thing’ Book Tour

“We’ve been watching them ever since eighth grade...and we just kind of grew up with them,” said one attendee of the Hank Green event.

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'Little Women': 150 Years Later

150 years after it was written by Alcott in her home Orchard House, “Little Women” remains a source of inspiration providing girls with role models and charmingly encapsulating the anguish and joy of growing up.

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‘A Winter’s Promise’: Promising World, Unpromising Characters

While characters may be uninteresting and the dialogue comes off as cliché at times, it does present a nuanced plot that can please readers regardless of age.

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Putting it Back Together: Achebe’s Okonkwo and A Lesson for the Digital Generation

More than an entertaining fairytale, Okonkwo’s story serves as a wakeup call.

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The Personal Journey that is ‘Lake Success’

Gary Shteyngart, the author of countless New York Times bestsellers, uses language as a medium, creating vivid landscapes and deeply complex characters in “Lake Success.”

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In ‘The Incendiaries,’ Radical Religion and Romance Collide

At 210 pages, “The Incendiaries” is a compact novel, but Kwon packs it with sublime detail and fully fleshed-out characters, whose richly imagined inner lives lend their intricate story a haunted depth.

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