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An ad hoc group of ten longtime and tentative friends rents a house on the Spanish island of Formentera.
An ad hoc group of ten longtime and tentative friends rents a

Formentera Storyline

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Shells and skulls, both the calcified remains of some long-dead animal, “represent living beyond the flesh.”
Shells and skulls both the calcified remains of some longdead animal represent

Anelise Chen: Delighting in the Mollusks of Art History

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“There is no black woman popular singer, jazz singer, blues singer who sounds like any other. Billie Holiday does not sound like Aretha, doesn’t sound like Nina, doesn’t sound like Sarah, doesn’t sound like any of them. They are really powerfully different. And they will tell you that they couldn’t possibly have made it as singers if they sounded like somebody else. If someone comes along...
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Toni Morrison, The Art of Fiction No. 134

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David Foster Wallace's “Little Expressionless Animals,” a short story from our Spring 1988 issue.
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“Little Expressionless Animals,” by David Foster Wallace

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Alfred Chester was an American writer known for his experimental work. Read his short story from our Winter 1953 (no. 4) issue here:
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“Here Be Dragons,” by Alfred Chester

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“A poem is an action of the mind captured on a page.” —Anne Carson
“A poem is an action of the mind captured on a page” —Anne Carson

Anne Carson, The Art of Poetry No. 88

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Read the Classics

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Damon Krukowski on what it’s like to hear your favorite album “without the scratches” for the first time:
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Surface Noise: What We’ve Lost in the Transition to Digital

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“I had a real passion for Dusty Answer. The girls of my generation adored it. The author was very young, and every girl recognized herself in Judy.”
I had a real passion for Dusty Answer The girls of my

Rosamond Lehmann, Literary Star

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There’s a Rauschenberg retrospective coming to the MoMA—quick, develop an opinion!
There’s a Rauschenberg retrospective coming to the MoMA—quick develop an opinion

It’s Time to Formulate an Opinion on Rauschenberg (Everyone’s Doing It)

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“A batting average of .100 in the cartoon field will put you in the ‘Cartoon Hall of Fame.‘”
A batting average of 100 in the cartoon field will put you

Bob Mankoff’s Art of Cartooning

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“A game is only just a game until it becomes something different, something more akin to everything else.”
A game is only just a game until it becomes something different

A Nice Crowd: The Blessings of the Spectator Sport

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F. Scott Fitzgerald didn’t use his writing to mask his sexual insecurities to the extent that Ernest Hemingway did.
F Scott Fitzgerald didnt use his writing to mask his sexual insecurities

Hemingway, Fitzgerald, and the Sexual Anxiety of the Lost Generation

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Robert Penn Warren was born on this day in 1905. Read his Art of Fiction interview here:
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Robert Penn Warren, The Art of Fiction No. 18

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The Paris Review and the Mayor's Office of Media & Entertainment invite you to a special evening in celebration of the City's first ever "One Book, One New York” initiative, in which residents of all five boroughs are encouraged to read the selected book, ‘Americanah’ by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie.
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Paris Review One Book Salon

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A kind of Charmin-toilet-paper softness is at the center of pop music.
A kind of Charmintoiletpaper softness is at the center of pop music

The Sweet Sounds of Xanax: “Pill Pop” is on the Rise

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A kind of Charmin-toilet-paper softness is at the center of pop music: the top forty sounds like Xanax.
A kind of Charmintoiletpaper softness is at the center of pop music

The Sweet Sounds of Xanax: “Pill Pop” is on the Rise

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Listen between the notes on multitrack recordings and you’ll hear wonders through the layers of music:
Listen between the notes on multitrack recordings and youll hear wonders through

Surface Noise: What We’ve Lost in the Transition to Digital

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