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Articles by Britta Böhler

Searching for Him

September 1st, 2017
Searching for Him

Zinzi Clemmons’ much-discussed debut novel blurs the line between memoir and fiction; Britta Böhler reviews What We Lose.

Try the Right Angle

August 1st, 2017
Try the Right Angle

Since his 1997 debut, novelist Daniel Kehlmann has been subverting the familiar comforts of science and society. Up next: his new book You Should Have Left.

Memory Problems

April 1st, 2017
Memory Problems

Zachary Mason’s visionary new novel set in a bleak future features a villainous artificial intelligence intent on stealing memories from the people most intent on keeping them.

Working, Working

December 1st, 2016
Working, Working

The indefatigable Joyce Carol Oates offers a wide variety of thoughts on books and the literary world in her new collection Soul at the White Heat. Britta Böhler reviews.