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In his 1997 song "Highlands," Bob Dylan reports a conversation between
himself and a waitress. "She says, You don't read women authors, do
A Love Affair for the postcollege, flirting-with-Buddhism set,
Sofia Coppola's Lost in Translation is a travelogue of the
emotions, concerned with the deepening relationship betwe
Though still relatively unknown in the English-speaking world, the
Austrian novelist and playwright Thomas Bernhard, who died in 1989 at
the age of 57, is widely recognized as one of the foremo
Bayard Rustin forged a remarkable career as a social activist. Briefly a
member of the Young Communist League, he repudiated communism but
remained a socialist throughout his life.
I'd like to say that I came across the poet Agha Shahid Ali of my own accord, browsing through the shelves of a bookshop or library and taking immediately to his finely structured verse.
This essay, from the August 18, 1945, issue of The Nation, is a special selection from The Nation Digital Archive. If you want to read everything The Nation has ever published on nuclear politics and the global disarmament movement, click here for information on how to acquire individual access to the Archive--an electronic database of every Nation article since 1865.
My mother, a brunette, hurried in her cloth coat
through postwar Sundays, which fell
CORRECTION: The Fisher family
of Six Feet Under is Episcopalian, not Catholic. (10/1)
Eyal Press is working on
a book about the abortion wars in Buffalo, New York.
"I have never had such a bad feeling about a war ever before," wrote Sha
Twa Nee on the Prophecy Club message board in April.