In a new memoir, the grandson of a Nazi official wonders whether “passive resistance” to Hitler’s regime ought to be categorized as a moral victory or failure.
Catherine Lacey invents the ultimate fun-house novel for her exploration of biography and art.
A new feminist utopian novel imagines a world without men. The problem is they’re never really gone.
A new book explores several major “mother-artists” of the mid-to-late-20th century, and how they managed to be both.