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A Review of Subtle Bodies by Norman Rush

Subtle Bodies by Norman Rush

The month of September heralds two critical upheavals: hurricane season and the enormous influx of new novels from big-name authors.  Pynchon, Coetzee, Lahiri, Jonathon Lethem, Dave Eggers, and many, many more. Our minds and coastlines will never be the same.

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Phantoms on the Bookshelves: A Calling To Build Your Own Personal Library


Some books immediately demand our attention.  Some occupy hours of our lives. Some carry us along, while others we do battle with.  And, then, there are those books that walk beside us for a short stroll, providing a bright conversational

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Slightly Foxed Quarterly

Upcoming Spring 2014 issue of Slightly Foxed.

A tantalizing English journal recently arrived at Crawford Doyle.  Slightly Foxed describes itself as a selection of essays about “books that…excited, fascinated or influenced our contributors, and to which they return for pleasure, comfort or escape.” Published quarterly, each volume consists

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An Elizabeth Taylor Overview


“I feel, after a time, that my books have dropped into a pit, and must lie there for ever and ever. And there they were, brought to the light of day once more, and by someone who had truly read them.” So

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"A wonderful establishment, with a splendid staff. This place helps redeem the Upper East Side of New York. Every reader in the area should make it a home away from home."

–Stephen Koch, Author and Former Chairman of the MFA Graduate Writing Program at Columbia

"A veritable book lover’s paradise"

– New York Social Diary

“Crawford Doyle is that rarity: a gorgeous store with the nuanced selection and incredible staff to back it up. They set a new benchmark for what a bookstore can be and do.”

– Dustin Kurtz, Marketing Manager at Melville House