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Timeless stories from our 170-year archive handpicked to speak to the news of the day.
What liberation looks like for Afghan women
From posts to Five-O, an app created by three African-American teenage siblings that allows users to comment on interactions with police officers. Read More
The battle over Pablo Neruda’s corpse
By Lola Arias, from her play The Year I Was Born, recently produced at the Under the Radar Festival, in New York. During the performance, eleven Chilean actors presented autobiographical…
Greeting the holidays in an age of mass incarceration
A Marine returns to a divided Iraq
By Alexander Kluge, from Air Raid, an account of the destruction of Halberstadt, Germany, by American bomber squadrons on April 8, 1945, out this month from Seagull Books. Kluge is…
Where to go from here
From diary entries made during a 1936 visit to America by Vladimir Pozner (1905–1992), a French novelist and screenwriter, included in his travelogue The Disunited States, published last month for…