Adam Tooze’s Crashed: From the Global Financial Crisis to Know-Nothing Nativism

Jonathan Kirshner reviews "Crashed," a "sprawling, ambitious, undisciplined, and often deeply insightful book" by Adam Tooze.

Not Getting Away With It

Kelly Candaele, himself an identical twin, on the documentary "Three Identical Strangers."

The Real Enemy In Gillian Flynn’s Works? Class.

Kyle Raymond Fitzpatrick considers the undertones of class and economic power in the work of Gillian Flynn.

Towards Iridescence: Brian Dillon’s Essayism

Sophie Dess reviews Brian Dillon's essay collection "Essayism: On Form, Feeling, and Nonfiction."

Rich White People Problems, or My Year of Rest and Relaxation

Rebecca Renner reviews Ottessa Moshfegh's new novel, "My Year of Rest and Relaxation."

The Caillou Conceit: Narrative Overexposure and Hyperreal Pacing in Netflix’s Love

Callie Hitchcock reviews Netflix's "Love" in light of the hyperreal storytelling style exhibited in "Caillou."

The Walkout: Mitski and Alienation

Geoff Nelson discusses Bertolt Brecht's theory of alienation and the music videos of Mitski.