London review of books best books 2017

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From a history of the black Tudors to a new novel about sex and friendship, our writers choose their favourites. One to read with Trump on the loose in the region and constant chatter about war with China in Washington. Will a more powerful China learn magnanimity, one wonders. Her composure throughout is inspiring anew. I read it through one summer night without stopping. As always.
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The best fiction of 2017

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By Jonathan Blitzer. This life style made his death, in , at the age of eighty-four, seem like a special feat of longevity. Some of that was the result of his inscrutable personality. Onetti was taciturn and recessive, and he avoided political causes. But there was a literary reason for his obscurity, too. His novels can be hard to read, and harder still to translate.

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  1. In a neat pocket sized edition from a press to watch. Clear-sighted, funny, and astute and at over pages, satisfyingly hefty. I have already bought several copies. It feels urgent and true and is written in taut, compelling prose. 🏃

  2. From which it follows that not all new books are good, and not all good books are Following on from our startling 'Crime Fiction Section' innovation of

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