A memoir, a book of essays and a novel offer nuanced views of the transgender experience.
Books on Saudi Arabian history and politics shed light on the Saud family’s reign.
“Rationalization was much easier than recognizing the gravity of what was lost: an innocent, healthy childhood and an introduction to sexuality on my terms.”
New books by Jose Antonio Vargas, José Olivarez and Julissa Arce explore what being part of mixed-status families, in which either they or their relatives were undocumented, has meant to them.
Two memoirs and one novel center on the experience of living through a tsunami and how to reckon with what’s left.
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From “Lolita” to “The Luckiest Girl Alive.”
On the list: the original “Jaws.”
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