Dialectic of Pop: by Agnès Gayraud
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Dialectic of Pop: by Agnès Gayraud

If we started with something like blues or folk or spirituals and ended up at…

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Rusty Brown: by Chris Ware
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Rusty Brown: by Chris Ware

Discovering a Chris Ware book is akin to stumbling into the coolest gallery in town.

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Solid State: by Kenneth Womack
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Solid State: by Kenneth Womack

Womack humanizes and demystifies the mythic status of the album and of the four Beatles,…

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Hippie: by Paulo Coelho
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Hippie: by Paulo Coelho

Worthwhile for its insights into the post-‘60s hippie movement where spiritual concerns had successfully muscled…

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Disgraceland: by Jake Brennan
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Disgraceland: by Jake Brennan

Even if you’re already familiar with each and every story contained herein or well-versed in…

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Hate Inc.: by Matt Taibbi
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Hate Inc.: by Matt Taibbi

The April 3rd Incident: by Yu Hua
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The April 3rd Incident: by Yu Hua

The April 3rd Incident serves as a perfect gateway into a vast and deep national…

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The Little Blue Kite: by Mark Z. Danielewski
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The Little Blue Kite: by Mark Z. Danielewski

Inhabitation: by Teru Miyamoto
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Inhabitation: by Teru Miyamoto

Inhabitation is disappointing because one wants to engage with its themes, but the novel never…

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The Shadow King: by Maaza Mengiste
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The Shadow King: by Maaza Mengiste

Maaza Mengiste wants to teach us about Ethiopia and pry our assumptions from our minds.

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