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    Goethe—not a typical German. Hugo—not like most French. Shakespeare? “The opposite of an English person,” says Borges http://t.co/PUzENAS6aq
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      14 million people were forced from their homes in armed conflicts last year, left to the mercy of human smugglers http://t.co/Vh3R9sVfSK
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        Borges: “I think that Schopenhauer said that to read is to think with somebody else’s mind.” http://t.co/PUzENAAuLQ
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          “Looking forward to your book. Love to Zelda. As ever, Bunny” Edmund Wilson’s letters to & about F. Scott Fitzgerald: http://t.co/d3NTtt1lyj
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            TV vs. the Internet: Who Will Win? (via @NYTNow) http://t.co/fd0qSI9WEy http://t.co/sPqVKgDEH3
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              “We were talking, as often happened, about the brain.” Roberto Calasso visits the Botanical Garden with Oliver Sacks http://t.co/fXxmTQNU0L
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                Only two leaders of the CCP were clearly chosen by their peers. The first was Mao. The second arrives in the US today http://t.co/XuWjrXfY5g
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                  Jacob Weisberg: “Netflix and Amazon are training viewers to expect entertainment without the interruption of ads” http://t.co/Jp3kQsm3MP
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                    John Singer Sargent: an artist who was “at home everywhere, and belonged nowhere” http://t.co/RY1woyLFJ0
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                      Oliver Sacks, among the ferns (photograph by Roberto Calasso, via @NYRDaily) http://t.co/fXxmTQNU0L http://t.co/BcH4TPQc2a
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                        J. Hoberman calls Soon-Mi Yoo’s film Songs from the North “simultaneously ruminative, horrific, and surprising” http://t.co/op4pVPwbqn
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                          The video game that Adam Lanza played most (up to 10 hours a day) isn’t violent at all: Dance Dance Revolution http://t.co/IkKCQxTuOA
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                            William Nordhaus: The pope overlooks how market-based solutions such as cap-and-trade can help slow climate change http://t.co/5JnoubuaeK
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                              Today: A panel discussion on civil rights and policing at #BKBF http://t.co/MdRCveUBrN
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                                Gabriel Winslow-Yost on the singular experience of submitting to a video game http://t.co/IkKCQxTuOA #longreads
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                                  The New York Review Children's Collection (http://t.co/JpGzKiGJtR) is at #BKBF today. Stop by and see the books! http://t.co/m2Xa9zfSkj
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                                    The scandal over John Singer Sargent’s portrait of ‘Madame X’ radically changed his life http://t.co/RY1woyLFJ0 http://t.co/3S6GIL54Rh
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                                      Corporate CEO pay rose 876 percent between 1978 and 2012 http://t.co/bMTMmWeGJt
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                                        Why the Rich Are So Much Richer: James Surowiecki on the work of Joseph Stiglitz http://t.co/bMTMmWeGJt