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Coronavirus Has Taken Our Nostalgia Addiction to New Extremes

A new book by Canadian writer David Berry takes a critical lens to our fondness for the cozy past, explaining the risks of a backward gaze

The Florida Books That Actually Explain America

By sifting through a swamp of stereotypes, authors from the Sunshine State have discovered a national truth

With ‘The Personal History of David Copperfield,’ ‘Veep’ Creator Armando Iannucci Finds His Happy Ending

The man behind the vicious HBO comedy has always sworn he’s an optimist at heart. With his cheerful, multicultural adaptation of Charles Dickens, he finally shows us how hopeful he is about our terrible world.

What a World Without Prison Looks Like

Two authors seek to challenge our most entrenched ideas of captivity and control