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5 days ago
Inside this week’s issue of The New Yorker:
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How do you live after unintentionally causing a death?
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“I never intended to take off the platinum band that signified my marriage. But then it lost itself.”
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There are no submissions, no finalists, and no votes—but there are winners.
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Mike Rose, who died this summer, modelled a deep compassion that asked teachers to understand students as whole people, with very mixed feelings about academic writing.
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In Ridley Scott’s new film, “The Last Duel,” Matt Damon and Adam Driver face off on horseback in a historical drama of rape and the pursuit of justice in medieval France.
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“The world is more divided than ever. The rich are getting richer. The poor are getting poorer. Women are getting older. (Yikes!) That’s why we at Eville Soda Company™ believe it’s important to fight the powers that be.”
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Successful couples resolve their differences in healthy, mature ways. Like duelling.
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The reporter @janeferguson5, who has covered Afghanistan for 13 years, landed in Kabul the morning of August 15th. Hers was the last commercial flight from Dubai to do so. “As we land, I don’t know if the city will have fallen,” she wrote at the time.
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“Is This a Room,” a thrilling dramatization of the interrogation of a whistle-blower, and “Chicken & Biscuits,” a crowd-pleasing family comedy, both rise above their pre-Broadway origins, @Alex_Lily writes.
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With her new novel “The Women of Troy,” Pat Barker wants to impose her modern concerns onto ancient material. But, Daniel Mendelsohn writes, she’s not nearly comfortable enough in her Greek mode to fashion a work of real authority.
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Nefarious program that holds data hostage, 10 letters.
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“It’s fun to move forward in life and think, Don’t look back, because there’s a big, gaping abyss behind you, and it’s called death.” An interview with Anthony Hopkins.
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John Lennon “could be quite caustic and witty, but once you got to know him he had this lovely warm character,” Paul McCartney writes. “I was more the opposite.”
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Stephen Crane lived in a world of brutal poverty—and also one of expanded cultural possibilities that made possible his avant-garde practice, and his moral realism.
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