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In The Vices, novelist Lawrence Douglas weaves a self-consciously bookish tale about the American equivalent of a nobleman and his hamishe Jewish Boswell, only, as books critic Adam Kirsch explains today in Tablet Magazine, to slowly hint that perhaps the story is a little more complicated than it initially appears.

Parlor Games

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Virginia says:

Sounds like an updated Brideshead Revisited.

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