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Warm and unaffected, Philip Glass’s memoir is nothing like his music.
Atul Gawande argues that physicians should focus care on the good life—including its very end.
In Nell Zink’s The Wallcreeper, biology fails to determine anything at all.
The founder of the Living Theater was absolute about her principles as a pacifist anarchist, yet never dismissive or judgmental toward those who didn’t share them.
The music of Empire is the theology of capitalism.
Why debates about community development sidestep the issue of inequality.
Translation is not the art of failure but the art of the possible.
Americans were furious at the inequalities of their country 200 years ago. Could they get as angry today?
War between men and dogs looms in the Budapest of White God; Ethan Hawke pays homage to New York City’s greatest piano teacher in Seymour: An Introduction.