RealClearBooks Morning Edition

Tuesday, May 31
Books Critics Say You Should Read This Summer - Kevin Delaney, Quartz
John Le Carre, Still Relevant - The Economist
The Book - Hisham Matar, The New Yorker
War By Other Means - Tom Rogan, Washington Free Beacon
Seedbed of Our Modern Restlessness - Maria Popova, Brain Pickings
Shadows of War - Michael Callahan, The New York Times
Views of Casanova - Adrian Tahourdin, Times Literary Supplement
Race and Political Theology - Andre Johnson, Patheos
Books That Made Them Feminists - Laura Tanenbaum, The New Republic
A Lonely Hope - Amal El-Mohtar, NPR
Saturday, May 28
12 Books We're Reading This Summer - The New York Times
Mourning Through Books - Tom Rachman, The Washington Post
By the Book - Nathaniel Philbrick, The New York Times
Sebastian Junger's 'Tribe' - Matthew Crawford, The New York Times
The Annie Dillard Show - Rebecca Tuhus-Dubrow, The Nation
How Love Works - Alexandra Molotkow, The New Republic
City of Secrets - Corinna Lothar, The Washington Times
Why Books Still Matter - Holly Lynne Payne, The Huffington Post
Why Flaubert Matters - Aaron MacLean, Washington Free Beacon
The Literature of Food - Mairtin Mac Con Iomaire, The Irish Times
A Failure to Communicate - Jason Heller, NPR
How to Love - Maria Popova, Brain Pickings
Friday, May 27
30 Books You Should Read This Summer - Laura Pearson, Chicago Tribune
A Novel to Be Savored - Mae Anderson, Associated Press
'Fargo' Writer's New Thriller - Lucy Feldman, Wall Street Journal
The Annihilation of Space and Time - Maria Popova, Brain Pickings
Best Chases in Literature - Chris Ewan, The Guardian
Too Tough to Die - Jason Heller, NPR
The Enduring Popularity of Jane Austen - Constance Grady, Vox
American Exceptionalism - Patrick Smith, Salon
Progressivism's Macro-Aggressions - Michael Warren, Wall Street Journal
10 Books Every New College Grad Should Read - Rachel Gillett, Biz Insider
Thursday, May 26
On Reading James Joyce - Karl Ove Knausgaard, The New York Times
America's Own Richard II - Jason Duncan, University Bookman
4 First-Rate Summer Thrillers - Maureen Corrigan, NPR
The Alliance That Forged America - Aram Bakshian, The Washington Times
Can Goodness Win? - Maria Popova, Brain Pickings
Exit Right - David B. Frisk, Library of Law and Liberty
Literature is Losing War Against TV - Alyssa Rosenberg, Washington Post
Junger Talks 'Over-Valorizing' Veterans - Adam Linehan, Task and Purpose
A Moveable Feast of Summer Books - Lucy Feldman, Wall Street Journal
Wednesday, May 25
Books that Actually Predicted the Future - Charlotte Ahlin, Bustle
Voices From a Lost Russia - Dwight Garner, The New York Times
Literature Professor and the Unabomber - Nathan Smith, The Kernel
Gloriously Murky Vision of the Past - Jason Heller, NPR
A Holiday From Being Human - Larry Getlen, The New York Post
How Reading Enriches Your Life - Adam Gilad, The Huffington Post
City of Mirrors - Ron Charles, The Washington Post
Poetry of Personhood - Maria Popova, Brain Pickings
Willa Cather's Nebraska - Laura Miller, Slate
Tuesday, May 24
What Makes Bad Writing Bad? - Toby Litt, The Guardian
Goldman Sachs' Favorite Books List - Value Walk
The Fall of Moscow Station - Joseph Goulden, The Washington Times
This Writer Loved it All - Felix Contreras, NPR
Ta-Nehisi Coates Thinks You Should Read These - Tara Golshan, Vox
A Feminist Movement Co-Opted - Jennifer Senior, The New York Times
Your Fun Summer Reading List - Gillian Perry, The Daily Californian
Jihad of the Pen - Yasmina Blackburn, The Huffington Post
Internal Critics Enslave Us - Maria Popova, Brain Pickings
Monday, May 23
The Literature of Climate Change - Louise Fabiani, Pacific Standard
Why We Visit the Places We Do - Jennifer Senior, The New York Times
An American Place - Martin Rubin, The Washington Times
Six Must-Read Books for Summer - Dialynn Dwyer, Boston.com
Servitude in a Slaughterhouse - Alexander Nazaryan, Newsweek
Building Community Through Writing - Lisa Deaderick, San Diego U-T
Responsibility to Break Our Silences - Maria Popova, Brain Pickings
Franzen's Busy Week - Constance Grady, Vox
Beauty and Brutality of Childbirth - Maureen Corrigan, NPR
When Words Are Weapons - Brian Murray, Library of Law & Liberty
Saturday, May 21
My 10 Favorite Books - Bill Gates, The New York Times
Scholars and the Books of Their Youth - Clea Simon, Harvard Gazette
Hillary Clinton: This Year's Richard Nixon? - Michael Cohen, Daily Beast
Henry James in Awe - Bradford Richardson, Washington Free Beacon
Who Was David Hume? - Anthony Gottlieb, New York Review of Books
The Anthropocene Truism - Katrina Forrester, The Nation
Reviving America - John Tamny & Steve Forbes, RealClearMarkets
Emily Dickinson Isn't You - Alexandra Pechman, The New Republic
Making Reading a Pleasure - Scott Kramer, Forbes
Joe Gould's Teeth - Claire Hopley, The Washington Times
By the Book - Siddhartha Mukherjee, The New York Times

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