Books

Crazy Brave By Joy Harjo

Crazy BraveBy Joy Harjo (Norton, $24.95)

“How the ’60s changed my life” is a long-exhausted narrative, but in this memoir, poet Harjo might be the person who could successfully — and thrillingly — revive it.

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The Collective By Don Lee (Norton, $25.95)

The amusing romp of a novel trails three college friends wrestling with race and role of the artist.

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The World without You By Joshua Henkin (Pantheon, $25.95)

Gathered after their son’s death in Iraq, a family dissects its ties in this moving
novel.

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