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The Literary Life
Prostrate with Gratitude: On Clive James

The late literary critic embodied the best of his profession, and proved that books can furnish a life.

“Willie and Holcha” by William H. Johnson (Wikimedia Commons)
Beyond Black and White
Can Americans Unlearn Race?

In his lucid new memoir, Thomas Chatterton Williams channels Albert Camus and James Baldwin—and offers a thoughtful counterpoint to the tired racial dogmas of both Right and Left.

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