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    400 million ribosomes could fit in the period at the end of this sentence. http://t.co/ZOrApPKZLg
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      When Teddy Roosevelt took Rudyard Kipling to the Washington Zoo http://t.co/U1tuwi4g3X
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        “I am made of literature; I am nothing else and cannot be anything else.” – Franz Kafka (born July 3, 1883) http://t.co/K6549bzdqL
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          What kind of text is the Declaration of Independence? A sacred text? A treatise? Or perhaps a law? Gordon S. Wood: http://t.co/C94zBHuzKe
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            Hugh Eakin: How can the Arab world’s most promising democracy be one of its greatest producers of violent jihadists? http://t.co/MTgDmXFPKG
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              Joshua Hammer: The Rule of Boko Haram http://t.co/zkuxH0IVkx #longreads
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                Has the Supreme Court turned left? David Cole on last week’s dramatic decisions http://t.co/4asrbrtyAL
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                  On spectacle and ritual, theater and film, ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ and Julie Taymor http://t.co/ECy6pYdc83
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                    Hilton Als on Michael Jackson (2009) http://t.co/TCuBzIarmb
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                      György Ligeti claimed he was the most important composer of the late 20th century. The music of Conlon Nancarrow: http://t.co/EaPqfRwHL2
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                        April Bernard on Pippi Longstocking’s “eagerness for mayhem” http://t.co/o1tRLbPkhk http://t.co/ify5EcxoTy
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                          Historian Richard Evans on why it’s a mistake to subsume all of the Nazis’ crimes under the concept of the Holocaust http://t.co/qockjnKc8A
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                            Low-income students with high test scores have the same graduation rates as high-income students with low scores http://t.co/89ijgv8EIC
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                              For students without financial support, college can be a very hard road indeed http://t.co/89ijgv8EIC http://t.co/3b8CFNQIhS
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                                A long-lost trove of police photographs provides a visceral link to New York City’s past http://t.co/KpTqqGeGjI
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                                  Astrid Lindgren’s weird tales http://t.co/o1tRLbPkhk
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                                    The Anatomy of Hell: Richard J. Evans on six new books about Nazi concentration camps http://t.co/qockjnKc8A
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                                      A call came from the New York Police Department: could someone help dispose of a roomful of old photographs? http://t.co/KpTqqGeGjI
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                                        Stig Dagerman’s play 'Marty's Shadow' gets its US premiere this week: http://t.co/8CAWuboz2N; read an excerpt at http://t.co/mADNhOGXmv