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I have met the famous men, the gaunt Caucasians with the powers you’ve heard about and thought you could fight, the. . .
Coffee should not be drunk in a hurry. It is the sister of time, and should be sipped slowly, slowly.
The period hasn’t been invented yet.
Scribes in Greece went back the
opposite direction reaching the end. . .
On its fortieth anniversary: Joy Williams's “The Changeling” cracked the carapace of literary realism.
The Battle of Algiers tells us something this world’s Glenn Greenwalds don’t want to hear: torture works.
When wives of terrorists are put on trial, it is seldom a matter of real guilt or real danger.