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On the eve of the release of his new poetry book for children, Adil Jussawalla speaks about writing and teaching verse. “Words happen; I work on them,” writes Adil Jussawalla in his introduction to...
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Partisan political bubbles distort Benghazi facts
... House and Senate committees now handling the Benghazi probe can do a perfectly good job of getting all the facts on the table if they will just stick to that job and stop playing their own spin...
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News Sentinel's Top 20 Scholars 2013
Special to the News Sentinel Sam Shadwell is second from the right in this Atomic City Rowing skull recently on Melton Lake. Special to the News Sentinel Blaire Toedte skates in Ohio at the Winter...
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What makes The Great Gatsby great?
They called him an "ultra-modernist" and dismissed his books as overrated and forgettable, just "so much unnecessary evanescence travelling first class". When his third novel was published, on 10...
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Six novelists on their favourite second artform
The divine counsels decided, once upon a time, that influence is bad and that too much agency is the enemy of invention. Harold Bloom can't be blamed for that: he certainly pointed to the danse...
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Unravelling Boston suspects' online lives
Tamerlan, left, and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. Photo: Reuters/FBI It is America's first fully interactive national tragedy of the social media age. The Boston Marathon bombings quickly turned into an...
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The historian Eric Hobsbawm at his typewriter, January 1976 One morning last October, five of us converged on the entrance to Highgate Cemetery in London to be met by my father’s gravedigger. I can’t...
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Inadequacy. That was the most surprising feeling I experienced in the hours following Monday’s attacks, as I tried, along with so many others at Boston College, to piece together some understanding of...
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