BOOK WORLD THIS WEEK

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Sun­day in Arts & Style | An in­ter­view with “The XFiles” ac­tress Gil­lian An­der­son and jour­nal­ist Jen­nifer Nadel, co-au­thors of We: A Man­i­festo for Women Ev­ery­where. Two friends are about to make it big with an in­die film, but that could mean the end of their part­ner­ship in The An­i­ma­tors, by Kayla Rae Whi­taker.

Mon­day | A former MI6 agent thought he was done with es­pi­onage un­til a chance for re­venge draws him back in A Di­vided Spy, by Charles Cumming.

Tues­day | The World to Come is the lat­est col­lec­tion by mas­ter short-story writer Jim Shep­ard.

Wed­nes­day | A psy­chol­o­gist braces for a reck­on­ing when his brother is re­leased from pri­son in Ill Will, by Dan Chaon. In All Our Wrong To­days, Elan Mas­tai re-cre­ates a fu­tur­is­tic 2016 as imag­ined by peo­ple in the 1950s. And our fa­vorite chil­dren’s books for March.

Thurs­day | The In­ven­tion of An­gela Carter, by Ed­mund Gor­don, is a bi­og­ra­phy of one of the great­est post­war Bri­tish writers.

Fri­day | Exit West, by Mohsin Hamid, is a love story about two refugees.

JIM SHEP­ARD; PHOTO BY BARRY GOLD­STEIN

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