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Sorry not Sorry

From Living on Paper, a collection of Iris Murdoch’s letters published next month by Princeton University Press and Chatto & Windus. Murdoch (1919–99) was the author of numerous novels, including The…

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Same Mistakes

Discussed in this essay: Ted Hughes: The Unauthorized Life, by Jonathan Bate. Harper. 672 pages. $40. Among those who knew Ted Hughes — friends, rivals, lovers, wives — it…

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Riding the Night

All the way, at odd times, far off, with neither sense nor sequence, the guns have sounded almost like the noises of peace — blasting or pile-driving. Now, outside the…

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L’amour filial

By Charlotte Brontë, from an essay written while she was a twenty-six-year-old student at the Pensionnat Heger in Brussels. The essay, dated August 5, 1842, was discovered last year in…

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Nothing Serious

Discussed in this essay: P. G. Wodehouse: A Life in Letters, edited by Sophie Ratcliffe. W. W. Norton. 624 pages. $35. When a German soldier marched into P. G. Wodehouse’s…

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June 1998