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Loved and Missed

by Susie Boyt

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Loved and Missed by Susie Boyt
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Covers of the NYRB Classics mentioned in this article Susie Boyt's Loved and Missed was first published in the United Kingdom in 2021; two years later, it has been published in the United States by New York Review Books, which specializes in both contemporary literature and obscure classics and embodies what it calls an "eclectic, adventurous spirit."

Since 1999, New York Review Books has existed as the publishing division of the literary periodical The New York Review of Books, which releases 20 issues annually. Founded by editors Robert Silvers and Barbara Epstein in 1963, the independent publication has been dubbed by Esquire "the premier literary-intellectual magazine in the English language."

The oldest New York Review Books imprint is NYRB Classics, which launched with a reprint of Richard Hughes's A High Wind in Jamaica and has now published over 500 titles. It focuses on backlist gems and works newly available in English translation. Some notable releases are Life and Fate by Vasily Grossman, The Door by Magda Szabó...

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