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It's a sweltering summer day in Rome, so hot that the lines for the city's free water fountains stretch as far as the eye can see. A group of American high schoolers is clustered under one of the few shade-providing trees in the Roman Forum. The

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Dworkin's contributions to feminist thinking about pornography are radical and profound. She insisted that we examine and take seriously what pornography shows us: its documenting of the sexual use of women's bodies, as well as men's consolidat

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The cover of a nonfiction book is like the hood of an automobile: Nudge it open, and you'll find sentences like cylinders and pistons folded and coiled together, an engine ready to propel us toward answers to daunting questions. How did life begin?

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"Do you need a prod?" the poet Mary Oliver asked in her sublime meditation on living with maximal aliveness. "Do you need a little darkness to get you going?" A paralytic prod descended upon Walt Whitman (May 31, 1819 - March 26, 1892) in his

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Though known and celebrated for his songwriting, Bob Dylan has also ventured into prose during his decades-long career. In addition to collections of his lyrics, the prolific, Minnesota-born singer-songwriter has published Tarantula, a 1971 prose and

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In his wildest imaginings, the continually broke author probably never thought he'd inspire themed bars, beers, festivals, action figures, office décor, cosplayers, tattoos, and coffee mugs ("Poe me a cup," etc.), not to mention about a millio

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Everyone loves a good optical illusion. Most people first come across them as kids, and are instantly transfixed. And most of us never quite outgrow them. Even cats seem to enjoy the occasional optical illusion! The good news, then, for humans and

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Shortly after the fire, which onlookers around the world followed with dismay, French President Emmanuel Macron pledged to see the cathedral rebuilt within five years?"in time for the Olympic Games that will be held in Paris in the summer of 2024.

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In 2016, Bate, now the foundation professor of environmental humanities at Arizona State University, published an anthology with Byrne called Stressed, Unstressed: Classic Poems to Ease the Mind.1 The scholars knew that people in the English-speaking

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In 2016, Bate, now the foundation professor of environmental humanities at Arizona State University, published an anthology with Byrne called Stressed, Unstressed: Classic Poems to Ease the Mind.1 The scholars knew that people in the English-speaking

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In a Corbett Report first, Norway-based artist Chris Reddy of reddymade.com conducts a "portrait interview" of James Corbett. But this is no ordinary portrait: Reddy focuses on the inner mental landscape of the subject to create a "bigger image" of t

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That was before she became addicted to heroin in the early 1970s: "At that point I entered one of the outer levels of hell," she writes in her 1994 autobiography "Faithfull." It took more than a decade to finally get clean. Since then she's

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Growing up, I knew a lot of old ladies?"partly through what was called Bob-a-Job Week, when Scouts did chores for a shilling. You'd get a shilling for cleaning out a shed or mowing a lawn. I wanted to write a song that would sum them up. Eleanor

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