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Two debut novels portray everyday life in Nigerian cities. They also teach Americans about our own culture.
Yaa Gyasi's novel reveals the freedoms and captivities we all inherit.
Joy Williams’s stories disarm, bewilder, and awaken us.
Is it possible for two 12-year-olds to retain their innocence in a place like Auschwitz?
By some estimates, three quarters of Americans don't really know their next-door neighbor.
Colson Whitehead has created a world as compelling—and as intolerable—as our own.
Four teenage girls dance their way into friendship and maturity.
Does democracy create good neighbors? Or is it the other way around?