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    Freeman Dyson: Einstein as a Jew and a Philosopher http://t.co/6JxB7kMp6I
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      Perry Link on a 3,493-page Ming dynasty novel full of deception, blackmail, profligacy, and flamboyant sex http://t.co/6SZLsjKE4R
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        Don Quixote’s encounters are a natural subject for an artist. Colm Tóibín on what Charles Coypel did with them: http://t.co/WMhruakktN
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          Nick Laird reads Claudia Rankine’s ‘Citizen’ http://t.co/iYBO2C6ptz http://t.co/RaGj4qoDHH
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            “If transgender fisting occurs earlier in the history of the novel, I would be surprised” – Adam Thirlwell on Ulysses http://t.co/Q4HXyWXcmm
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              Ukraine: Inside the Deadlock by @TimJudah1 http://t.co/95gVWc84A0 #longreads
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                What we still don’t know about the president’s targeted killing program http://t.co/hPtukriV1O
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                  “No talent, that boy … he’s your friend, you should tell him to give up painting!” – Manet, to Monet, about Renoir http://t.co/aGO9ood28z
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                    Beckett might have enjoyed the irony of seeing his writing about futility transformed into banal motivational sayings http://t.co/NGPcmZ2DHU
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                      Historian John Lukacs was 15 when World War II broke out. Here he reviews a new book about the Nazi–Soviet alliance: http://t.co/vuzzsMnlx1
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                        Photographer Carolyn Drake’s ambitious, beautiful, crushingly sad new book about Xinjiang http://t.co/Lmyc9WXjz4
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                          On Marco Rubio: “he at least seems to want to debate real issues rather than largely imaginary liberal perfidies” http://t.co/WRz3kpreRx
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                            Iran, Indochina, Chile, Iraq: Clinton “ticks off each as blemishes on our sterling record but doesn’t see a pattern” http://t.co/NMSTB0r6EI
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                              Dr. @Annie_Sparrow on the use of chlorine as a chemical weapon against civilians by the Syrian government http://t.co/Vc3zqMch4o
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                                Nearly 100 years after its publication, Joyce’s Ulysses is still the novel of the future http://t.co/Q4HXyWFAXM
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                                  John Lukacs reviews The Devils’ Alliance: Hitler’s Pact with Stalin, 1939–1941 by Roger Moorhouse http://t.co/vuzzsMnlx1
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                                    The Road from Danzig: Timothy Garton Ash on Günter Grass http://t.co/myOiGeM84q (2007)
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                                      “Joyce tried to make language become what it describes.” Adam Thirlwell on Ulysses and why it still disturbs readers http://t.co/Q4HXyWXcmm
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                                        Nick Laird on Claudia Rankine’s ‘Citizen’ and the relation of political language to poetry http://t.co/bXvBfIqwri
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                                          The journalist pulled out an envelope and handed it to Perec’s biographer. Inside was the manuscript of a lost novel… http://t.co/QlDp3GFXxU