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Sam Anderson

October 29, 2007 | The Book Review
French Twist

How to Talk About Books You Haven’t Read proves its own point.

October 15, 2007 | The Book Review
The Mother Smotherer

In her new book, Alice Sebold commits a crime more grievous than murder: self-plagiarism.

October 1, 2007 | The Book Review
Schlong of Myself

Mourning the death of Philip Roth’s funny bone.

September 24, 2007 |
Exorcising the Dodgers

50 years ago, the Dodgers left Ebbets Field for Los Angeles. Isn’t it time their ghosts left, too?

September 3, 2007 |
Philip Roth Will Not Go Gentle Into the Night

The final Zuckerman novel is as sexually obsessed as ever.

August 13, 2007 | The Book Review
Harry Potter and the Ignominious Cop-Out

In which a franchise chickens out of the very thing that would have redeemed it.

June 4, 2007 | Features
The Vandalism Vandal

Who’s been splashing the city’s most prized graffiti? The hunt for the radical, young —and possibly lovelorn—conceptual-Marxist street-art supervillain.

May 14, 2007 | Feature
Code Red

Don DeLillo, the literary master of the terrorist’s imagination, reaches for the ultimate subject.

May 7, 2007 | The Book Review
The Frozen People

In Michael Chabon’s marvelous new novel, the Alaskan panhandle is an imperiled, makeshift holy land.

March 26, 2007 | The Book Review
The Talking Cure

In How Doctors Think, Jerome Groopman cuts through our fear—and fetishization—of M.D.’s.

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