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“Why do I love what fades?”
The offices of the University Weekly are socketed within the. . .
for my cousin Julia Zetino
The words Notice to Appear flap like a monarch trapped in a puddle.
I didn’t want to upset him. I wanted to impress him.
He opened the car door for me.
Tucker Carlson shed his bow-tie, and the kind of deferential comportment it symbolized, years ago.
In Dear Zealots, Amos Oz is unwavering in his commitment to a Jewish nationalism as simple and brutal as any other.
The new "William Gass Reader" celebrates the great essayist and philosopher—but it's Gass's fictions that will stand the test of time.