Time Magazine's Best Fiction and Nonfiction Books of 2011
New York Times 100 Notable Books of 2011 (fiction and nonfiction)
Choosing is hard enough. Whittling that number to 10 is even harder, though the process is always interesting. And as is so often the case with lists, the numbers contain subsets that are interesting in themselves, suggesting coincidences, trends and patterns within. This year marks the eighth year the Book Review has whittled down the 10 Best Books of the year from its traditional list of the Notable Books. Each year, within the smaller field lies another interesting set of numbers, and in looking at the 80 winners of the last eight years, other coincidences, trends and patterns emerge. Not Lost Of the 41 winning novels, five have been novels in translation.
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