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    Safa Al Ahmad has given us a rare close-up look at the Houthi movement in Yemen http://t.co/m9Ip4OJkhg
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      Robert F. Worth: Yemen has become the latest proxy battleground in the Middle East. It did not have to be this way. http://t.co/m9Ip4OJkhg
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        Francisco Goya was born on this day in 1746. Here is his Self-Portrait While Painting http://t.co/yxpNTqTHba http://t.co/5uZzLStQ9D
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          Pope Francis is a moderate, writes Garry Wills. Jesus was the radical. http://t.co/weebqFLFdW
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            Robin Robertson on the late Tomas Tranströmer, “this humble man, this magnificent poet” http://t.co/7Dl0rjQ8iQ
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              Garry Wills: Catholic conservatives call Francis a radical. They’re not used to having a pope who is a Christian. http://t.co/weebqFLFdW
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                What’s Wrong with the Economy—and with Economics? Full video from the recent conference: http://t.co/lWdgo9IQlF
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                  Tarot card devotee W.B. Yeats in a “spirit photo” taken at a seance in Paris, circa 1914 http://t.co/dujZ01yCJi http://t.co/xuYJj3Sd0X
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                    The NYRB Winter Sale is almost over: 50% off dozens of books while it lasts http://t.co/2FnALbW22L
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                      “You are now in trouble. You are right in thinking you are surrounded by enemies.” – Hilary Mantel, to Anne Boleyn http://t.co/NmNdX0Nf05
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                        Apartment buildings damaged by missile attacks in eastern Ukraine (photos by @timjudah1) http://t.co/tm2N3mhQ56 http://t.co/zK3a1w3QdV
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                          Hilary Mantel’s notes to actors playing characters in ‘Wolf Hall’ and ‘Bring Up the Bodies’ http://t.co/NmNdX0Nf05
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                            Of dreams and Tarot cards, Seamus Heaney, W.B. Yeats, and Italo Calvino http://t.co/dujZ01yCJi
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                              At age five, Flannery O’Connor kept a pet chicken and trained it to walk backward http://t.co/Ps3uAk4Zd3
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                                “We lived in that place called youth…” Luc Sante remembers nights dancing at Isaiah’s http://t.co/gla96mcrJ1
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                                  In The Kidnapping of Michel Houellebecq, the novelist plays himself as a slightly malicious goblin http://t.co/CveYbwIyMX
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                                    In the shelled apartment buildings of a divided and bitter eastern Ukraine, older people are suffering the most http://t.co/tm2N3mhQ56
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                                      Fintan O’Toole on Samuel Beckett’s letters http://t.co/nU9OBpXfhe http://t.co/MhjhQdH5jy
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                                        William Gibson’s futuristic new novel is “a vision of America not so far removed from our day—the present, congealed” http://t.co/QDA2xhbOrr