Michiko Kakutani, Influential Ny Times E Book Critic, Steps Down

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Kakutani, the Times’ immensely influential chief book critic, is stepping down after a 38-year stint at the paper, the paper announced Thursday.
“It is hard to imagine the story of the modern New York Times without a hefty chapter bearing her name.
Kakutani started at the Times in 1979 and became a book critic for the paper in 1983.
Michiko Kakutani has reached the final page at the New York Times.

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