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Sunday Paper PLUS Recommends—Week of February 25, 2024

Sunday Paper PLUS Recommends—Week of February 25, 2024

By The Sunday Paper Team
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At The Sunday Paper, we often discover books, podcasts, films, and other works that move the needle and spark inspiring change. This week, we are thrilled to hand the mic again to our Sunday Paper Plus readers! Our thanks to Roselyn, Cindy, and Lisa for their recommendations. We hope what they suggest below opens your heart and mind.

What Roselyn Is Reading

Caste: The Origins of Our Discontents, the global bestseller by journalist Isabel Wilkerson, was one of the most anticipated books before its launch. In the several years since it's been out, it has kept its place on bestseller lists and in the minds of millions. Caste has also inspired the new Ava DuVernay film, Origin. This book is a standout work of sociology, history, reporting, excavating, and revealing—and we're so thrilled Roselyn is reading it!

Click here to get your copy!

What Cindy Is Listening to

TV journalist Anderson Cooper is known for his smart and accessible delivery of today's most important stories. But there's a more tender side to Cooper that he reveals in the podcast medium to the delight of his readers. In All There Is with Anderson Cooper, the interviewer delves into grief, loss, friendship, and family with poignancy and warmth. These conversations span lifetimes and emotions. Thanks for the recommendation, Cindy!

Click here to listen!

What Lisa Is Watching

We've heard so many people talking about Feud: Capote vs. the Swans, so when Sunday Paper PLUS member Lisa recommended it, we knew we had to watch it. The limited series takes you deep into the elaborate, elusive world of Manhattan's high society in the 1960s and 70s when high-profile writer Truman Capote spent time with a pack of famous socialites, only to dish all their secrets in an Esquire magazine article. Filled with Hollywood talent and plot turns, this series is a riveting tale of deception, betrayal, and nostalgia.

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