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The process of discovery, not their profundities as such, is what makes Lawrence’s poems so gripping.
Sculpture as a study in disintegration.
A legal quirk enabled Samuel Roth to pirate Ulysses. Was Roth a copyright anarchist or a pioneer?
When it comes to protest, are pop songs smarter than us, knowing what they can and cannot do?
Is sensory deprivation an escape from or toward the fatigue and distractions of the digital life?
The Childhood of Jesus explores the fictitious dimensions of a just and compassionate world.
Jason Osder’s Let the Fire Burn; Martha Shane and Lana Wilson’s After Tiller; Peter Morgan and Ron Howard’s Rush; anniversary wishes to Stuart Klawans from Rabbi Simcha Feffeferman