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Sep 18, 2013
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Aug 24, 2012
OK, type something pretty basic into Google. Pablo Picasso.  Right away you'll get services trying to sell you really crappy college papers about Pablo Picasso. You'll get Wikipedia, of course.  If you sharpen your search terms, you'll find other stuff, some of it even interesting. You might even... read more
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Nov 9, 2011
There is a tired old debate: Who was worse, Hitler or Stalin? In Bloodlands, the 2010 book by historian Timothy Snyder, the reader discovers the te... read more
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Nov 7, 2011
Why read poetry? So asks New York Times poetry critic David Orr. And his answer is that you don't have to. Poetry does not give us courage, or chan... read more
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Nov 7, 2011
When Chris Hedges attacks mainstream newspapers, he knows what he is talking about: he once wrote for The New York Times. When he attacks the liber... read more
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Oct 31, 2011
Sheila Heti writes experimental fiction. Her good friend Misha Glouberman holds art happenings in Toronto — he teaches improv classes, he gathers p... read more
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Oct 28, 2011
As a young woman making her way in literary New York, Sigrid Nunez — now the acclaimed author of novels like The Last of Her Kind — took a job as a... read more
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Mar 14, 2011
The legendary journalist Janet Malcolm, author of The Journalist and the Murderer and many other books, joins Mark Oppenheimer, Brian Francis Slatt... read more
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Mar 7, 2011
As an 17-year-old freshwoman at Barnard College, Stephanie Staal took a survey class in which she read Mary Wollstonecraft, Simone de Beauvoir, Bet... read more
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Mar 7, 2011
Today on Paper Trails, the new public radio show about books, author Jason Fagone discusses his book Horsemen of the Esophagus: Competitive Eating... read more
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Feb 25, 2011
Victor LaValle is the author of Big Machine, his second novel, and the his first one about a secret African American society headquartered in the V... read more
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Feb 14, 2011
Paper Trails is a new public-radio show about books, co-produced by WNPR and the New Haven Review. Paper Trails is not the usual feel-good suck-up... read more