The Best Nonfiction Books of | POPSUGAR EntertainmentWe think you're going to find much to enjoy and learn from, here. Engage with these books and they will change you. That's why you're here, isn't it? At PopMatters we tend to be drawn toward cultures' tributaries instead of the crowded, rushing mainstreams. It's in these places, where things are rougher, that we find trained historians rubbing shoulders with smart outsiders, where artists dare us to follow them and intellectuals show us where and who we are and from whence we came with discomfiting yet engaging clarity.
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Make Your Own List. Every year, the Baillie Gifford Prize judges seek to identify the very best nonfiction books published in the last year. Here, the chair of this year's judging panel Stig Abell talks us through the shortlist: a thrilling line-up of books that are as notable for their literary prowess as for their weight and significance. Interview by Cal Flyn. So: are these the best nonfiction books of ?
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