The Book Review

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The world's top authors and critics join host Pamela Paul and editors at The New York Times Book Review to talk about the week's top books, what we're reading and what's going on in the literary world.

Anne Applebaum discusses "Twilight of Democracy," and Barbara Demick talks about "Eat the Buddha."


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Colin Dickey talks about “The Unidentified,” and Miles Harvey discusses “The King of Confidence.”
Julian E. Zelizer talks about "Burning Down the House," and Lacy Crawford talks about "Notes on a Silencing."
Daniel Mendelsohn discusses Mitchell's career and new novel, "Utopia Avenue," and Maria Konnikova talks about "The Biggest Bluff."
Feiffer talks about his new picture book and more, and Steve Inskeep discusses "Imperfect Union."
Richard Haass talks about his new primer on global affairs, and Abhrajyoti Chakraborty on new novels in translation.
Talley talks about his new memoir; Claudia Rankine and Jericho Brown read new poems; and Megha Majumdar discusses her debut novel, "A Burning."
Stephen Fry
Scott discusses his first in a series of essays about American writers, and David Kamp talks about "Sunny Days: The Children’s Television Revolution That Changed America."
Steven Johnson talks about “Enemy of All Mankind,” and Gilbert Cruz offers a guide to Stephen King’s work.
Jia Lynn Yang talks about “One Mighty and Irresistible Tide,” and Judith Newman talks about books that help simplify life.
Lauren Sandler talks about “This Is All I Got,” and Sarah Weinman discusses classic mysteries.
Lydia Millet talks about “A Children’s Bible,” and Barry Gewen discusses “The Inevitability of Tragedy.”
Wright talks about “The End of October,” and Dalia Sofer discusses “Man of My Time.”
Jon Mooallem talks about “This Is Chance!” and Elisabeth Egan discusses Charlie Mackesy’s “The Boy, the Mole, the Fox and the Horse.”
Irby on her new essay collection, and Jon Meacham discusses three books about leadership during times of crisis.
Kolker talks about a large family beset by schizophrenia, and Elisabeth Egan discusses Lily King's "Writers & Lovers."
The clinical psychologist Lisa Damour discusses the specific challenges of raising children during the pandemic, and Dwight Garner asks Pamela Paul about putting together the Book Review.
Whitehead discusses “The Underground Railroad,” and Toobin talks about “American Heiress.”
The acclaimed biographer of Lyndon Johnson and Robert Moses talks about his book “Working: Researching, Interviewing, Writing.”