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Sun­day in Arts & Style | Ham­let Globe to Globe, by Do­minic Drom­goole, re­counts the Globe The­atre’s world tour of Shake­speare’s great tragedy. A man tries to track down his fam­ily’s long-lost Rem­brandt in Heretics, by Leonardo Padura. And our fa­vorite new au­dio­books.

Mon­day | An Army vet is un­der sus­pi­cion in the death of his fa­ther, a prom­i­nent civil rights lawyer, in Prov­ing Ground, by Peter Blauner.

Tues­day | A woman cares for her ail­ing mother and awaits the day she dies in In­her­i­tance, by Mi­nae Mizu­mura.

Wed­nes­day | A writer hires a nanny with a se­cret agenda in Woman No. 17, by Edan Lepucki. The peo­ple of a dystopian fu­ture are ter­ror­ized by a giant fly­ing bear in Borne, by Jeff Van­derMeer. And our fa­vorite new po­etry col­lec­tions.

Thurs­day | From Warm Cen­ter to Ragged Edge, by Jon K. Lauck, ex­am­ines the demise of the Mid­west as Amer­ica’s great lit­er­ary hub.

Fri­day | The Ad­ven­tures of John Car­son in Sev­eral Quar­ters of the World, by Brian Doyle, com­pletes a Robert Louis Steven­son novel.

EDAN LEPUCKI; PHOTO BY ADAM KARSTEN

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