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  • Dr. Strangelove PRISCILLA JOHNSON McMILLAN, Priscilla Johnson McMillan, an associate of the Davis Center for Russian Studies at Harvard University, is writing a book about Robert Oppenheimer and the development of the H-bomb

  • From Kafka To Babel CYNTHIA OZICK, Cynthia Ozick is the author of numerous works of fiction and nonfiction including, most recently, "Quarrel and Quandary" and "The Puttermesser Papers." Her essay will appear as the introduction to "The Complete Works of Isaac Babel," to be published next month by W.W. Norton

  • Discoveries SUSAN SALTER REYNOLDS

  • Los Angeles Times Bestsellers

  • Dint, Ax, Fo, Screet PAULA L. WOODS, Paula L. Woods is the author of "Inner City Blues" and "Stormy Weather: A Charlotte Justice Novel."

  • Only Yesterday JACOB HEILBRUNN, Jacob Heilbrunn is an editorial writer for The Times

  • Jump Shot, Rebound, Slam Dunk JONATHAN LEVI, Jonathan Levi is a contributing writer to Book Review

  • One Is the Loneliest Number STANLEY I. KUTLER, Stanley I. Kutler is the author of "The Wars of Watergate" and the editor of "Abuse of Power: The New Nixon Tapes."

  • Book Calendar

  • Poets' Corner CAROL MUSKE-DUKES

  • Los Angeles Times Bestsellers

  • Just How Bad Can It Get? MILTON LEITENBERG, Milton Leitenberg, a senior fellow at the Center for International and Security Studies, School of Public Affairs, University of Maryland, is one of the principal authors of the multi-volume "The Problem of Chemical and Biological Warfare," published by Oxford University Press

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