This monthly feature invites readers to (re)discover a work that’s so rich and delightful it calls for slow reading to appreciate it fully.

Rediscovered Treasures

With the relaunch of "Slow Reads" as "Rediscovered Treasures," we're looking for books to feature. Tell us about a book that you love that might have been forgotten or overlooked.

Rediscovered Treasures

This monthly feature by Patricia Bochi invites readers to (re)discover a work that’s so rich and delightful it calls for slow reading to appreciate it fully.

Rediscovered Treasures

January's Slow Read is The Bridge of San Luis Rey by Thornton Wilder. This is a monthly feature by Patricia Bochi inviting readers to (re)discover a work that’s so rich and delightful it calls for slow reading to appreciate it fully.

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Martha Toll writes of the thematic depth of Leo Tolstoy's Anna Karenina.

Rediscovered Treasures

December's Slow Read is Kristin Lavransdatter by Sigrid Undset. This is a monthly feature by Patricia Bochi inviting readers to (re)discover a work that’s so rich and delightful it calls for slow reading to appreciate it fully.

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Among political novels set in Washington, D.C., Seven Days in May holds a special place; it imagines a right-wing military conspiracy to overthrow the president and the Constitution.

Rediscovered Treasures

November's Slow Read is The Master and Margarita by Mikhail Bulgakov.