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Nadifa Mohamed’s The Orchard of Lost Souls is a haunting and powerful novel.
Why Italian Mannerists like Rosso Fiorentino were painting’s first avant-garde.
For the Staple Singers and Stax Records, political engagement flowed from an artistic renaissance.
Why does the belief that women are safest when secluded still hold sway in India?
Artists have become the shock troops of gentrification, even at the Chelsea Hotel.
The story of country music is not love and happiness but love and work.
A new batch of teen films deliver their blows and soften them in a single gesture.
Censors thought it dirty and rebellious, but what makes Ulysses radical is its dramatization of the unending conflict between good and evil.
How Americans have become tyrannized by the culture’s overinvestment in choice.
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