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A diplomatic episode
How the dear old poems of our childhood need to be brought up to date
What’s wrong lately with Mother?
Studies in the plays and films of yesterday and today (VI.–”The historical drama”)
Studies in the plays and films of yesterday and today (V.–Masterpieces of other nations)
Studies in the plays and films of yesterday and today (IV.–”The Greek drama”)
Studies in the plays and films of yesterday and today (III.–”Dead men’s gold”)
Studies in the plays and films of yesterday and today (II.–”The soul call”)
Price charged by a Ukrainian company for a half-day tour of the Chernobyl nuclear-plant site:
Male Abdopus aculeatus octopuses may strangle to death rivals in defending the females whom they have seduced by swimming in a feminine manner.
A study led by a physician at Imperial College London posited that Gollum would have defeated Bilbo Baggins in J. R. R. Tolkien’s The Hobbit had he sunned himself more often or eaten quiche instead of blind fish.
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Notes on South Africa’s failed revolution
“I will never know what goes on in your mind, or what that shield of a smile behind which we try to advance should tell us.”