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The Paris Review
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A year of great reading with The New York Review of Books.

The New Classics!

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Joseph Conrad was born on this day in 1857.

Joseph Conrad on the Supernatural

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yesterday at 13:22. Facebook
Michael Crichton’s 1973 ‘Westworld’ continues to haunt.

Westworld: Where Nothing Can Go Worng

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A year of great reading with New York Review Books.

The New Classics!

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The Paris Review
12/02/2016 at 21:31. Facebook
How Rotha Lintorn-Orman became the unlikely founder of the British Fascisti.

How Rotha Lintorn-Orman Became the Unlikely Founder of British Fascism

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12/02/2016 at 21:11. Facebook
What the staff of “The Paris Review” is reading this week.

Staff Picks: Teddy Wayne, Terrance Hayes, Notes on Blindness

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12/02/2016 at 16:04. Facebook
Why we don’t need to understand “the world’s most mysterious book.”

The Delightful Mysteries of ‘The Voynich Manuscript’

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12/02/2016 at 14:53. Facebook
Books lists are one of the oldest and dodgiest forms of literary criticism, you can now live in Ted Hughes and Sylvia Plath’s home, the inventor of the Big Mac has died, and other news.

At Least We Still Have Isabelle Huppert

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12/02/2016 at 13:03. Facebook
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12/01/2016 at 21:39. Facebook
“It was worse in Beijing—we’d hear about students beating teachers to death there.”

Talking to My Mom About China’s Cultural Revolution

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12/01/2016 at 15:35. Facebook
The captivating qualities of spam.

Is Spam Art?

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12/01/2016 at 14:49. Facebook
Robots are buddhists, the history of Fidel Castro’s obituary, reading Yeats in the age of Donald J. Trump, and other news.

Don't Fear the Robots: Fear Yourselves.

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The Paris Review
11/30/2016 at 21:17. Facebook
A story from our Summer-Fall 1962 issue called “Funes the Memorious,” by some fella named Jorge Luis Borges.

From the Archive: Who’s This “Borges” Guy, Anyway?

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11/30/2016 at 18:59. Facebook
Why did an intelligent Jewish scholar write an appreciation of a German tyrant?

The Curious Case of Ernst Kantorowicz

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11/30/2016 at 18:35. Facebook
“Saturday morning at the zoo, facing the lions’ cage, overcast sky and a light breeze carrying the smell of peanuts and animal dung, the peacocks making their stilted progress across the sidewalks. I was standing in front of the gorge separating the human viewers from the lions. The lions weren’t caged, exactly; they just weren’t free to go …”

“Westland,” a short story by Charles Baxter

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11/30/2016 at 18:07. Facebook
“Certainly the aural part of writing is a big, big thing to me. I can’t stand a sentence until it sounds right, and I’ll go over it again and again.” —John McPhee

John McPhee, The Art of Nonfiction No. 3

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11/30/2016 at 17:33. Facebook
Jonathan Swift is 349 years old today.

Anthony Madrid on Jonathan Swift

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11/30/2016 at 16:49. Facebook
Can the “beauty” of a car be compared to that of a statue?

In Which Alberto Giacometti Scopes Out Some French Cars

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11/30/2016 at 15:20. Facebook
Hunter S. Thompson branded marijuana, good sex writing in fiction, Cathy Park Hong remembers artist resistance, and other news.

Get High on Hunter S. Thompson’s Supply

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