The New York Times Book Review

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Dalton Conley's Parentology:


The New York Times


Nicholas Blechman




Illustration for Dalton Conley's book Parentology in which the author explores the ups and downs of his own experimental methods of parenting. Read the review here.


Richard Overy's The Bombers and the Bombed:


Pair of illustrations for the books The Bombers and the Bombed by Richard Overy and Thermonuclear Monarchy by Elaine Scarry. The books focus on excessive use of force both in the U.S. and abroad. Read the full review here.


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Steven Pinker's The Sense of Style:


Illustration for Steven Pinker's The Sense of Style. The book addresses revisiting the old writing standard The Elements of Style, and modernizing its concepts. The big take home is that modern literature is even less fussy and excessive than older literature. Read the full review here.

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