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A new book tries to penetrate the culture of reverence and secrecy surrounding the making of the iPhone nyti.ms/2rw6IjK
Segregation laws may be off the books, but their social effects endure nyti.ms/2sStk1Q
Franklin Roosevelt pursued policies of segregation, while Eleanor Roosevelt protested nyti.ms/2tIrP3i
Anyone who has worked on a project that felt hopeless will draw spiritual strength from a new history of the iPhone nyti.ms/2ssiqND
A new biography of Goethe, who was perhaps the least likely of Andy Warhol's silk-screens nyti.ms/2rn8e7L
Sample research stack for this week's road trip edition of Match Book. 2 books on top—sadly—have no audio versions. nytimes.com/2017/06/20/boo…
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Segregation laws may be off the books, but their social effects endure nyti.ms/2sRoIJx
The iPhone masquerades as a thing not made by human hands. "The One Device" makes visible that human labor. nyti.ms/2tk8WnA
Anyone who has worked on a project that felt hopeless will draw spiritual strength from a new history of the iPhone nyti.ms/2sKByth
Caputo's novel of an American in Mexico has shades of Graham Greene, Cormac McCarthy and Malcolm Lowry nyti.ms/2tiMFqz
Goethe was a remarkable event in intellectual history — but "an event without consequences,” as Nietzsche said nyti.ms/2swz40A
The Chinese superpower has arrived. The question is how will America handle the new situation. nyti.ms/2sv9zhb
Tracy K. Smith, winner of the Pulitzer Prize, is the new Poet Laureate, the Library of Congress announced nyti.ms/2t0cP17
Slim, rich reads for a commuter in this week's Match Book + a supplemental short stack. nytimes.com/2017/06/13/boo…
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There is method to the madness of the Islamist zealots even if their methods are madness nyti.ms/2r2xoZv
Hundreds of followers greeted Lenin on his return from exile. Stalin later had them killed. nyti.ms/2sb9Aql
John Slattery and a slew of media types celebrated a book titled “The End of Advertising” nyti.ms/2t9XI4j
Edith Shiffert's poetry explored time and its inescapable consequences. Words from “The Bouquet, Finished.” nyti.ms/2sfha2h
In “The Pride of the Yankees,” Richard Sandomir tells the story behind what he calls “the first great sports film” nyti.ms/2scmsg6
Edan Lepucki's new novel traces the profound terror and love that comes with being a parent nyti.ms/2sJZIky
Richard Russo's new fiction feels grown-up and humane and familiar, reminiscent of real life nyti.ms/2slArzP
Christopher Tolkien, the third son of J.R.R. Tolkien, compiled and edited a new book by his father nyti.ms/2rykJ3k
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An exuberant satire of the near future when our addiction to technology makes touch obsolete nyti.ms/2rJcW2P
How the novelist Adam Ross is reviving the Sewanee Review, a 125-year-old literary journal nyti.ms/2qNOudv
Danny Goldberg isn't just a historian of the 60s; he was there nyti.ms/2s15Pn6
 
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