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‘Out Loud’ pulls aside the curtain on the life and work of Mark Morris

The master choreographer’s memoir offers a sweeping tour of his life, his work, and a legacy that shaped modern dance.

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Paul Theroux goes beyond the border with a deep dive into Mexico

The travel writer offers a complex, contradictory, empathetic picture of Mexico that couldn’t be more vital.

Local bestsellers for the week ending 10/6

A list of bestsellers based on reporting from the independent booksellers of the New England Independent Booksellers Association and IndieBound.

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In ‘Olive, Again,’ Elizabeth Strout’s beloved character gets better with age

The magnificent sequel to “Olive Kitteridge” is bleaker, sadder, and more achingly beautiful than its predecessor.

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Finding a middleground through the power of negative thinking

The author of ‘Holding On o Nothing’ will read at the BPL on Saturday, October 19, as part of the Boston Book Festival.

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‘The Man Who Saw Everything’ an exhilarating story, broken in two

History, geography, and emotional tonalities dance together in baffling, exhilarating fashion in Deborah Levy’s new novel.

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Greater Boston author readings Oct. 13-19

A weekly calendar of literary events.

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New books by Bill Bryson and Tim Parks offer in and out of body experiences

In a pair of witty and informative books, Bryson pops the hood on the human body and Parks wanders deep into the fog of consciousness