NYRB Classics recently published a new translation of Graciliano Ramos's second novel, São Bernardo, a captivating look at an insecure man trying to hold onto his power.
I have some few thoughts on my least favorite Agatha Christie book, to date, but I hope some of you can point me in a better direction.
After nearly a decade, I return to the work of William Maxwell. They Came Like Swallows is Maxwell's second novel and often listed as one of his masterpieces alongside So Long, See You Tomorrow. Here are my thoughts.