BOOK WORLD THIS WEEK

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Sun­day in Arts & Style | The Art of Forgery: The Minds, Mo­tives and Meth­ods of Master Forg­ers, by Noah Char­ney. De­struc­tion Was My Beatrice: Dada and the Un­mak­ing of the Twen­ti­eth Cen­tury, by Jed Ra­sula. And As If! The Oral History of ‘Clue­less,’ by Jen Chaney.

Mon­day | Vicki Petterson’s novel Swerve is a finely writ­ten ex­er­cise in al­most un­bear­able hor­ror.

Tues­day | With Go Set a Watch­man, Harper Lee has supplied a long-awaited fol­low-up to “To Kill a Mock­ing­bird.”

Wed­nes­day | A tor­rid dance is at the cen­ter of Carolina De Rober­tis’s novel The Gods of

Tango. Nuala O’Con­nor’s novel Miss Emily in­ves­ti­gates the pri­vate life of Emily Dickinson. And our monthly roundup of po­etry.

Thurs­day | Mean­while There Are Letters: The Cor­re­spon­dence of Eu­dora Welty and Ross Mac­don­ald, edited by Suzanne Marrs and Tom Nolan.

Fri­day | The new novel by No­bel Prize win­ner Mario Var­gas Llosa is called Dis­creet Hero.

HARPER LEE; PHOTO BY CHIP SOMODEVILLA/GETTY IM­AGES

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