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  1. Visual artists share their work alongside their poetry in "I Don't Poem." Open Book:

  2. Kevin Kwan's novel "China Rich Girlfriend," a follow-up to "Crazy Rich Asians," skewers vulgar wealth:

  3. Bookstores plan rollout for Harper Lee's "Go Set a Watchman."

  4. "Basquiat's canvases continue to speak, gibing at us, inspiring us — all those halos and crowns."

  5. "The Quartet" is a "wonderfully immediate and gripping account" of the forging of the Constitution. :

  6. Columbia University Press plans ambitious series of new translations of Russian literature:

  7. Laura J. Snyder writes about Vermeer and a revolutionary moment in human perception in an elegantly written history:

  8. "The Quartet" is a "wonderfully immediate and gripping account" of the forging of the Constitution. :

  9. With “Modern Romance,” Aziz Ansari becomes the third star of “Parks and Recreation” to achieve best-sellerdom.

  10. Two new books offer group portraits of the Paris art scene in its heyday. Deborah Solomon reviews:

  11. Holland Cotter, an art critic for The Times, offers a tour of the art world from the early 1970s to the present day.

  12. An "absolutely smashing book" covers modern German art in the Weimar Republic. Edward Sorel reviews:

  13. . on "Marilyn Minter: Pretty/Dirty" — "seductive and glittery, an object of desire."

  14. In Critic's Take, on young artists "examining girlhood in the age of the social media fun house."

  15. The Morgan Library & Museum celebrates 150 years of “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” with rare early documents.

  16. Jacob Lawrence's Migration Series: "perhaps the most recognizable images of ­African-Americans in the 20th century."

  17. Columbia University Press plans ambitious series of new translations of Russian literature:

  18. On next Sunday's NYTBR cover, George Packer on books by Charles Murray and Chris Hedges about discontent in America:

  19. Bookstores plan rollout for Harper Lee's "Go Set a Watchman."

  20. In "China Rich Girlfriend," Kevin Kwan has "good aim with his fashion world- and ego-skewering shivs."

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