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There’s no question that the 2016 presidential election is like none other in U.S. history. 🇺🇸 The unpredictable nature of the campaign have publishers predicting a boom in political reads in the months to come. 📖 Click the link in our bio to read more about the literary possibilities. 🎨: Ryan Inzana for EW

There’s no question that the 2016 presidential election is like none other in U.S. history. 🇺🇸 The unpredictable nature of the campaign have publishers predicting a boom in political reads in the months to come. 📖 Click the link in our bio to read more about the literary possibilities. 🎨: Ryan Inzana for EW

Discover these books that remind you there are far worse possibilities than today's political climate—includes "The Stand" by Stephen King.

Discover these books that remind you there are far worse possibilities than today's political climate—includes "The Stand" by Stephen King.

WHEN IT’S TOO LATE TO STOP FASCISM - Stefan Zweig in Ossining, New York, in 1941, seven years after he fled the ascendant Nazism of Europe.

WHEN IT’S TOO LATE TO STOP FASCISM - Stefan Zweig in Ossining, New York, in 1941, seven years after he fled the ascendant Nazism of Europe.

Via theparisreview and our local fave Politics  Prose, Geoff Dyer’s ten rules for writing fiction.

Via theparisreview and our local fave Politics Prose, Geoff Dyer’s ten rules for writing fiction.

Oh, RFK. Possibly the greatest tragedy of the 1960s, even moreso than MLK or JFK.

Oh, RFK. Possibly the greatest tragedy of the 1960s, even moreso than MLK or JFK.

Considering the possibility of a truly proletarian art, the great English literary critic William Empson once wrote, “the reason an English audience can enjoy Russian propagandist films is that the propaganda is too remote to be annoying.' Perhaps this is why American artists and bohemians have so often taken to the political iconography of far-flung regimes, in ways both romantic and ironic.

Considering the possibility of a truly proletarian art, the great English literary critic William Empson once wrote, “the reason an English audience can enjoy Russian propagandist films is that the propaganda is too remote to be annoying.' Perhaps this is why American artists and bohemians have so often taken to the political iconography of far-flung regimes, in ways both romantic and ironic.

Oprah.com's Book of the Week: The Bosnia List: A Memoir of War, Exile, and Return by Kenan Trebincevic, Susan Shapiro

Oprah.com's Book of the Week: The Bosnia List: A Memoir of War, Exile, and Return by Kenan Trebincevic, Susan Shapiro

Nana Asma’u (full name: Nana Asma’u bint Shehu Usman dan Fodiyo) 1793–1864 was a princess, poet, teacher, and daughter of the founder of the Sokoto Caliphate,Usman dan Fodio. She remains a revered figure in northern Nigeria. Nana Asma’u is held up by some as an example of education and independence of women.

Nana Asma’u (full name: Nana Asma’u bint Shehu Usman dan Fodiyo) 1793–1864 was a princess, poet, teacher, and daughter of the founder of the Sokoto Caliphate,Usman dan Fodio. She remains a revered figure in northern Nigeria. Nana Asma’u is held up by some as an example of education and independence of women.

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