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Throughout the month, we publish discussion posts containing thoughts and questions from Vox book critic Constance Grady, but we also have comments turned on and moderated so you can share your thoughts, too.
To close out the month, Constance will host a live discussion of The Idiot on Wednesday, September 30, with the author herself, Elif Batuman.
Wednesday, September 30: Virtual live discussion featuring Vox book critic Constance Grady and The Idiot author Elif Batuman.
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Bennett joined the Vox Book Club to discuss why she doesn’t write identity as a problem to to be solved.
Join Constance Grady, Soraya McDonald, and Sangeeta Singh-Kurtz live on Zoom.
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.