Throughout the month, we publish a series of discussion posts containing thoughts and discussion questions from Vox book critic Constance Grady, but we also have comments turned on and moderated so you can share your thoughts, too.
After a fantastic June spent discussing William Goldman’s The Princess Bride (watch a replay of the live event here!), in July we’ll turn to Curtis Sittenfeld’s Rodham.
We’re going to do two discussion posts in July, each with a special Vox guest star.
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The Vox Book Club’s live event covered how The Secret History fits into dark academia and why Bunny would be the worst at quarantine.
A May where you can’t go outside is the perfect time to read The Secret History.
The Indian government on Monday evening said it was banning 59 apps developed by Chinese firms over concerns that these apps were “engaged in activities which is prejudicial to sovereignty and integrity of India, defence of India, and security of state and public order” in what is the latest standoff between the two most populated nations in the world.
All of the aforementioned apps are currently live on Google Play Store and Apple’s App Store in India.
Monday evening’s announcement is the latest standoff between the two neighboring nations following a deadly border earlier this month that stoked historical tensions between them.
Jayanth Kolla, an analyst at research firm Convergence Catalyst, said the move was surprising and could hurt livelihood of several people who count on the aforementioned apps for their businesses.