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As Fred Astaire would have said, rain or not, the sun was suddenly shining everywhere.

Isn’t It a Lovely Day

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Gravity is a thing of sobering, urgent significance.

Sway Benns on Ballet, Gravity, and Pain

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“I love love,” she said closing her eyes. I promised her beautiful love. I gloated over her. Our stories were told, we subsided into silence and sweet anticipatory thoughts. It was as simple as that. You could have all your Peaches and Vi’s and Ruth Glenarms and Marylous and Eleanors and Carmens in this world, this was my girl and my kind of girlsoul, and I told her that. She confessed she saw...
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“The Mexican Girl,” a short story by Jack Kerouac

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The Wayfarer
by Cyrus Console

I was the father of two
Young children when I started
Plans for a long walk that became
Shelter in my mind where I
Arranged my things or chose
Among unlimited potential routes
Land and sky parting like
Content in a trance I could
Move west through

“The Wayfarer,” a poem by Cyrus Console

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I woke up one morning recently to discover that I was a seventy-year-old man. Is this different from what happens to Gregor Samsa in Franz Kafka “The Metamorphosis”?

David Cronenberg on “The Metamorphosis”

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Elizabeth Bishop had trouble with her pronouns. “But I felt: you are an I, / you are an Elizabeth, / you are one of them. / Why should you be one, too?” she wrote in her poem “In the Waiting Room.”

Pronoun Trouble

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The Tower of London was once a full-blown menagerie—one that lasted about 600 years.

An Abridged History of London’s Tower Menagerie

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A neglected South American masterpiece, truth and lies in novels, Donald J. Trump bumps book sales, and other news.

Antonio di Benedetto’s Zama As the Great American Novel

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“Poetry is everywhere.” —William Stafford, born on this day in 1914

William Stafford, The Art of Poetry No. 67

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01/16/2017 at 18:55. Facebook
After failing to save my dying fern, I decided to look for help among experts.

A Meeting of the Fern Society

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01/16/2017 at 17:55. Facebook
An exhibition of photographs by Sy Kattelson opens tonight at Howard Greenberg Gallery, where it’s on display through February 11. Featuring work from the forties through the nineties, the show marks the breadth and depth of Kattelson’s contributions to street photography. “I try to be as unobtrusive as possible, looking for those moments when people are focused in on themselves,” Kattelson,...
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The Dynamics of the City: Six Decades of Sy Kattelson’s Street Photos

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01/16/2017 at 17:22. Facebook
“I don’t write because there’s an audience. I write because there is literature.” —Susan Sontag, born on this day in 1933

Susan Sontag, The Art of Fiction No. 143

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01/16/2017 at 16:57. Facebook
Franz Kafka apparently “got a childlike pleasure” from the idea of writing a series of thrifty travel guides. What if he had really done it?

Kafka’s Budget Guide to Florence

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01/16/2017 at 16:33. Facebook
“The applause of a single human being is of great consequence, though it makes some difference who the human being is.” —Anthony Hecht, born on this day in 1923

Anthony Hecht, The Art of Poetry No. 40

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01/16/2017 at 15:57. Facebook
If you listen to a.m. radio, shop in big-box stores, read magazines and newspapers, or watch TV, you have already been mind-melded into the cult of MyPillow.

My Pillow: The Movie

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01/16/2017 at 15:53. Facebook
“It doesn’t matter how bleak our daily lives are, we still fight for the light. I think that’s our divinity. We lean into love, even in the most hideous circumstances. We manage to hope.” —Mary Karr, born on this day in 1955

Mary Karr, The Art of Memoir No. 1

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01/16/2017 at 14:58. Facebook
What the staff of The Paris Review is reading this week.

Staff Picks: Rachel Cusk, Christine Lincoln, Mark Sundeen

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01/15/2017 at 21:54. Facebook
We’re at that time when winter loses what little charm it had.

Winter Shadow Box: Art by Cletus Johnson

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01/15/2017 at 20:55. Facebook
As Samuel R. Delany once wrote, “There are times when all the yellin’ and the hellin’ can’t fill the lack.”

This Is Ourselves – The Paris Review

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