The exhibition Marcel Proust. La fabrique de l'oeuvre at the Bibliothèque Nationale de France is a treasure trove for Proust fans and literature lovers.
The best fiction, best general non-fiction, best biography, philosophy and history books, best graphic novels, the best art and photography books and the most disappointing books that I read this past year.
To mark the 150th anniversary of his birth and the centenary of his death the Musée Carnavalet has dedicated a wonderful exhibition to Marcel Proust, his relationship with Paris and the place of the city in À la recherche du temps perdu.
The best of the best, the best fiction, the best biography, the best science, philosophy and history books and the best art and photography books and the most disappointing books that I read this past year.
A selection of the best books I read this year, including best art and architecture, best book by Ali Smith and most disappointing.
It doesn’t happen often, but for once I actually like the film better than the novel.
I don’t usually read science fiction novels, but after reading rave reviews I picked up a copy of Cixin Liu's The Three-Body Problem. It is indeed a marvelous novel and after finishing the first volume I also ordered the second and third volume of the trilogy, which I found even better.
The best books I read this year in various categories, from best aesthetics and philosophy of art to best science fiction, best poetry and most disappointing.
The books of the year in a number of categories: biggest book of the year; best fiction; best book I wish I had read years ago; best book about dinosaurs; best physics; best book about Wittgenstein that is(n't) about Wittgenstein; most useful, most disappointing and more.
The best books I read in 2017 in various categories: best fiction, best science, best economics, best book about the USA, most useful, most eye-opening.
Some of the best books I read this year including recently published books as well as classics, in a number of categories: best fiction, best science, best book about Claude Lévi-Strauss, best economics and more.
Someone recently asked Tyler Cowen which book he would recommend to a smart person in his thirties who hasn't read much, if he could only recommend one book. Here's my attempt at an answer.