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CBC.ca
Happy birthday Shakespeare: all the world's his stage 400 years after the Bard's deathwhy nowadays there is still something for everybody in those plays."'The mirror
Happy birthday Shakespeare: all the world's his stage 400 years after the Bard's death
CBC.ca / Posted 9 days ago
why nowadays there is still something for everybody in those plays."'The mirror up to nature' Novelist and magazine writer Stephen Marche penned How Shakespeare Changed Everything to trace the Bard's lasting influence on language and popular... Read more
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The Atlantic
Trolls: Starve Them or Feed Them?doesn’t magically make a person’s behavior inauthentic, or pretend, or inconseq
Trolls: Starve Them or Feed Them?
The Atlantic / Posted 14 days ago
doesn’t magically make a person’s behavior inauthentic, or pretend, or inconsequential. In an essay last week, the writer Stephen Marche set out to explore a Reddit-hosted community that has a reputation for being one of the most misogynistic... Read more
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Salon.com
Imagine there’s no outrage: “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt” dreams of a post-identity comedy utopiain identities, in season two comes from having destroyed its own power structur
Imagine there’s no outrage: “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt” dreams of a post-identity comedy utopia
Salon.com / Posted 14 days ago
in identities, in season two comes from having destroyed its own power structure in season one. On CBC’s “Q,” panelist Stephen Marche observed: “Straight white men have no presence on this show… [season one] was anti-patriarchal comedy. This is... Read more
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The Atlantic
How Rob Ford Made Progressives Cruelour symbolic ones. The war on Rob Ford was partly fought on a metaphoric front
How Rob Ford Made Progressives Cruel
The Atlantic / Posted 26 days ago
our symbolic ones. The war on Rob Ford was partly fought on a metaphoric front. Prior to the mayoral election in 2010, Stephen Marche, a Torontonian and Esquire columnist, ruminated in The Globe and Mail on the semiotics of Ford’s obesity.... Read more
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Fernie Free Press
Budgetinglike private broadcasting companies such as CTV do. But from the sounds of it,
Budgeting
Fernie Free Press / Posted a month ago
like private broadcasting companies such as CTV do. But from the sounds of it, they didn’t have any surplus to even spend. Stephen Marche is a Canadian writer and columnist for Esquire magazine. He reported he once went to a going away party for a... Read more

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