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Unsteady Work  

The central experience of work in the twenty-first century is one of instability. And yet that experience is largely unrecorded in contemporary fiction.

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The Coping Economy  

While constantly pushing their workers to do more with less, companies have found new ways of easing the pressure. Enter the mindfulness craze.

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Between the Lines  

A new collection of Elena Ferrante’s correspondence and interviews illuminates how Ferrante pulled away from a male-dominated tradition to define her own genre of popular feminist literature.

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Murder, They Wrote  

The new wave of true crime series has spawned an entire online subculture of amateur sleuths—not to mention vigilantes. But where do we draw the line between journalism, protest, and entertainment?

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