Some historians argue that the British could have escaped defeat and might have eventually dealt a mortal blow to the rebellious colonists.
Doctors rarely urge lifestyle changes on their patients, especially changes in eating habits. Not all calories are the same.
One woman’s research changed how we understand the woods.
The secrets of the forest, a double agent’s last confession, Paul Theroux’s surfing tale, a friendly pack of dog stories and more.
Looking for insights in a trio of senatorial memoirs.
Stolen artworks are fragments of lives undone by the persistent power of French anti-Semitism.
While his MI6 colleagues were at lunch, George Blake photographed their files.
Plus Virginie Despentes’s ‘Vernon Subutex 3’ and Will Leitch’s ‘How Lucky.’
A portrait of American history as seen in waves of economic change.
Tom Nolan on Linwood Barclay’s story of a tech titan whose legacy might be toxic.
Adalbert Stifter’s novels and stories often put nature at the center of the drama.
Selected by Jon Grinspan, the author, most recently, of ‘The Age of Acrimony.’
A drifting journey inspired by a 16th-century work of romantic digression.
‘Sunshine,’ ‘If I Were a Dog,’ ‘Perdu’ and more canine-themed reads for kids.
The author of ‘How to Catch a Mole’ returns with autumnal meditations on aging, change and a life lived with ?ngers in the soil.
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Once they were free of the camp, their greatest threats were hunger and men. But they held fast to the belief that goodness had not disappeared.
The CNN anchor wrote his second novel, a thriller called “The Devil May Dance,” in the middle of a presidential election and a global pandemic.
In his private writings, Lincoln tested his arguments, and perfected their phrasing, before making them public.
A band of healthcare elites saw that Covid-19 was more dangerous than U.S. leaders acknowledged. Would their advice have made a difference?