Reviews

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The Yellow House

Grove Atlantic, 2019. $26, 384 pages.  IN A RECENT New York Times podcast interview, Sarah Broom reflected that in the era of climate upheaval, we’re all living with an inheritance of Continue reading

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This Land is Our Land

Princeton University Press, 2019. $19.95, 200 pages. “There are many ways to claim a terrain — by force and by force of the imagination, by cartography and story telling,” writes author Continue reading

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No One Is Too Small to Make a Difference

Penguin, 2019. $10, 112 pages.  Earlier this year, I attended the Cambridge, UK, branch of the second Global Climate Strike for Future, in which activists in nearly eighteen hundred cities spread Continue reading

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China Dream

Released to coincide with the thirtieth anniversary of the Tiananmen Square protests, Ma Jian’s China Dream is a razor-sharp indictment and fully loaded analysis of China’s recent history and the future Continue reading

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Animalia

Grove Atlantic, 2019. $27, 384 pages.  Many characters populate Del Amo’s arresting saga of the toll taken by incest, autism, Catholic shame, and war on four generations of pig farmers, but Continue reading