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06:47

Air travel is a mess. Settling into a great book can make for a smoother flight

What some people dismiss as "airplane books," book critic Maureen Corrigan thinks of as oxygen masks for the spirit.

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'The Poet's House' is a droll coming-of-age story — and an absolute keeper of a novel

The Poet's House is a closely observed, droll, coming-of-age story about an insecure young woman drawn into a shimmering clique of poets;

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07:56

Life in the Middle Ages is more gross than engrossing in this ruthless novel

Maureen Corrigan says Ottessa Moshfegh's just-published novel, Lapvona, serves up plenty of sadism and stink, cannibalism and self-flagellation set in the Middle Ages.

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