The Best of Bookforum Magazine
7 most popular Bookforum Magazine articles, as voted by our community.
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Bookforum Magazine on Books
Mariana Enriquez’s horror novel of 1980s Argentina – David Kurnick
Cut to the Chase
Sybil Andrews and Cyril Power’s interwar art – Apoorva Tadepalli
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A Dance to the Music of Time
The life of pioneering choreographer Martha Graham – Claudia La Rocco
In the Loop
Geoff Dyer on tennis, art, and time – Asad Raza
A psychoanalytic reading of social media and the death drive – Max Read
Can reparations be a way to stave off climate catastrophe? – Natasha Lennard
Darryl Pinckney’s coming-of-age memoir doubles as a tribute to Elizabeth Hardwick – Charlie Tyson
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