Carnivalesque LXIV, an early modern edition of the festival, is up at Dainty Ballerina's Fragments!
Jay Parini,"The Tolstoys' War," NYT, 18 July, reviews Alexandra Popoff's Sophia Tolstoy: A Biography.
"The Agony and the Ecstasy," The Economist, 8 July, reviews Norman Lebrecht's Why Mahler? How One Man and Ten Symphonies Changed the World.
Brian Ladd,"Made in Germany," NYT, 18 July, reviews Peter Watson's The German Genius: Europe's Third Renaissance, the Second Scientific Revolution, and the Twentieth Century.
William Boyd,"Man as an Island," NYT, 18 July, reviews John Carey's William Golding, The Man Who Wrote"Lord of the Flies": A Life.
Colin Thubron,"Believer's Bazaar," NYT, 18 July, reviews William Dalrymple's Nine Lives: In Search of the Sacred in Modern India.
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