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Timeless stories from our 170-year archive handpicked to speak to the news of the day.
For some Berliners the Wall has become an obsession
Two Irish novels of seduction and betrayal
Photography from El Salvador's heart of darkness
Is it true the bourgeoisie had more fun?
Lester Thurow and four economic theories in search of reality
Heavy weather in Joseph Conrad's letters
It's wonderful being William Buckley, but it doesn't leave you time to write
One night, wholesome, hardworking Capt. Jeffrey MacDonald turned into a murderer
Seymour Hersh collected a mountain of damning evidence, but he let his man escape
Poetry isn't what it used to be, but then it never was
All celibate, vegetarian, utopian pacifists are not alike--cf., Tolstoy and Gandhi
The latest fashions in thinking about your genes
The Kennedy School of Government versus the Harvard Business School on how to save the economy
Why proverbs are better than aphorisms
He used the techniques of the nineteenth-century novel to expose the twentieth-century disease
Recent scholarship is creating new myths about men and women
Isak Dinesen merged her life and art into a romantic melodrama
It's about three pages and 518 hairs
The man who believed socialism was "merely Christianity in action"
A spring bouquet of books about the unthinkable
What Susan Sontag is full of
For a social critic of Israel, Jacobo Timerman knows a lot about Argentina
The legacy of Cyril Connolly, literature's greatest enthusiast
Why economists don't beat their wives--or understand the economy
There's no private life in The Noel Coward Diaries.
V.S. Pritchett, the grand old man of English letters
The first four volumes in the Library of America are designed to sit on your bookshelf forever