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20th century

Road of Bad Intentions

From an article written by Joseph Roth for the newspaper Neue Berliner Zeitung in 1921 and included in The Hotel Years, a collection of Roth’s journalism out last month from…

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Lifting as We Climb

A progressive defense of respectability politics

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Getting Jobbed

The real face of welfare reform

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Selective Service

It may have been that I neglected to register with the Selective Service System when I turned eighteen, in 1960, as the law required. Or maybe my student deferment, available…

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Notes on Some Twentieth-Century Writers

Flannery O’Connor: No children. Eudora Welty: No children. One children’s book. Katherine Anne Porter: No children, many miscarriages. Hilary Mantel, Janet Frame, Willa Cather, Jane Bowles, Patricia Highsmith, Elizabeth Bishop,…

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New Art

Museums,” the art historian Susanne Neubauer wrote, “are the place where things are transformed into objects.” In the case of BASQUIAT: THE UNKNOWN NOTEBOOKS, which is on view at the…

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