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    Inside the Head of an Aging Serial Killer

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    June 11, 2019
    The writer Kim Young-ha recognizes, and challenges, this cultural sympathy for the serial killer with his recent collection of short stories, Diary of a Murderer. The four-parter, translated from Korean by Krys Lee, opens with a novella of the same name that follows an aging former serial killer,...
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    The 19 Best Books of 2018

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    Dec 26
    The neat trick of The Incendiaries, a book consumed by the validity and the orthodoxy of religion, is that it sweeps readers so absorbingly into the stories being told that you might forget to question their reliability.
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    What Writers Can Take Away From the Bible

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    DEC 20, 2017
    For Min Jin Lee, the author of Pachinko, writing a novel is a nearly god-like act of creation, a way to preside over a small universe that authors fashion in the image of their beliefs. In a conversation for this series, she explained why her commitment to third-person “omniscient” narration is not...
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    What We're Reading This Summer

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    Novelist Hong Yeon-sik’s <Uncomfortably Happily> is on a collection of books recommended by The Atlantic’s editors and writers
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    What We're Reading This Summer

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    30 JUL 2016