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NY Review of Books

Diane Arbus on Chaucer for a high school paper in 1940—from Hilton Als on Arbus in @nybooks bit.ly/2qh8N2J
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Breathtaking works by an unknown artist whose career coincided with the birth of democracy in Athens j.mp/2qWV9Vm
The National Endowment for the Humanities prepares to close in response to Trump‘s budget neh.gov/news/press-rel…
Go somewhere, physically or mentally, where others have not been: 7 questions for Ian Buruma, new editor of @nybooks ow.ly/zyUo30bWeyd
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Pound for pound, the barn owl consumes more rodents than any other known predator. (photo by @DavidTipling) j.mp/2rfEdXQ
A warning against "validating incomprehensible drivel." Media so bad at communicating how nonsensical Trump is. nybooks.com/daily/2017/05/…
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Trump’s deportations are affecting millions & may block the ascent of immigrants for generations via @nybooks bit.ly/2qedOty
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.@nybooks calls "Small Wonders: Gothic Boxwood Miniatures," “breathtakingly intricate." met.org/2qdZUaR #MetCloisters
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The frightening impact of not-so-targeted deportations by @JuliaPrestonNow. Trump: The New Deportation Threat nybooks.com/articles/2017/…
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Gore Vidal @nybooks on his Hollywood lunches with Orson Welles, born #OTD in 1915 nybooks.com/articles/1989/…
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Martin Filler on the @metmuseum retrospective of Irving Penn, “the supreme studio photographer of the 20th century” j.mp/2pUDuOH
Guy Delisle’s new comic Hostage tells the story of a Doctors Without Borders employee held for ransom in Chechnya j.mp/2oQZFoy
James Fenton on Rodrigo Duterte j.mp/2lvek74
Can China replace the West? Read insights from Jessica T. Mathews in the latest @nybooks: ceip.org/2pmxHkD
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Thirty years of Alex Webb’s incredible photographs of Mexican streets j.mp/2q28qcw
The infinite mystery of Caravaggio j.mp/2osPt5v
David Cole on Trump’s travel bans j.mp/2pZ1EH2
Exceptional review of the #EnlightenedPrincesses's catalogue by Martin Filler @nybooks—"The Best Kind of Princess" bit.ly/2oU5AaX
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Anyone can secretly buy one of hundreds of luxury condos from Trump's companies, USA TODAY investigation finds usat.ly/2pkow44
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This is how the photographs by the famous Bauhaus artist Josef Albers were discovered bit.ly/2ogaSNJ
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