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NY Review of Books
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Ian Frazier on some of the earliest known photographs of Alaska, taken by an American sailor bit.ly/1EkvjJx pic.twitter.com/gbqk89nDmX
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My latest book cover design. Should be in stores in about a month! pic.twitter.com/pM2IqTDbW7
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This post by Francine Prose appears in the Rakhnay Chawder, a Kurdish literary newspaper published in Sulaymaniyah pic.twitter.com/McewhfcGf5
Pianists have been playing Tchaikovsky's Piano Concerto No. 1 wrong since 1894. nybooks.com/blogs/gallery/… pic.twitter.com/MAMMxE6Nrg
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On the latest "Talking Heads," Darryl Pinckney talks with us on civil rights after Ferguson: bit.ly/1Lz9Lfk pic.twitter.com/Kd0IrSDvFN
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Who’s responsible for the US torture program? David Cole reads newly declassified documents j.mp/1B8xkbw pic.twitter.com/G5nrVacvIV
“Speak, damn you, speak!” Donatello repeatedly shouted at the statue while carving it bit.ly/1Gk8aKk pic.twitter.com/KCgamPJCFh
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Herausgeber Rea Hederman über die "New York Review of Books" - im aktuellen #ZEITmagazin pic.twitter.com/M1uoYgR9WS
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Peter van Ham’s photos record stunning 11th-century paintings from a Buddhist artistic site j.mp/1EsRG0y pic.twitter.com/1PWdQnpCzH
“Tibetan Buddhism is a religion of astonishing hopefulness” – David Shulman on the Tabo murals j.mp/1EsRG0y pic.twitter.com/IpTtyRJmfR
Happy Belated Birthdays to W.E.B. DuBois and Horace Pippin! Here is DuBois in 'O, Write My Name' - available now! pic.twitter.com/TpyJHEs2vZ
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New images of the remote Tabo monastery, one of the most intact early Buddhist artistic sites bit.ly/1DWzIo7 pic.twitter.com/rZjCj10Szl
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Chefredakteur Robert B. Silvers spricht über sein Lebenswerk @nybooks - im neuen #ZEITmagazin pic.twitter.com/eEeaUjeYNd
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A detail from the title page of Mark Twain’s copy of Plutarch’s Lives, annotated by Twain bit.ly/1vKVMtI pic.twitter.com/IBtFdFl2iE
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Superb piece on visionary artist, printer, and poet William Blake by Jenny Uglow. nybooks.com/blogs/nyrblog/… pic.twitter.com/Pl3EFKP1O5
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Last year, Darryl Pinckney went to Ferguson to report for @nybooks. This is what he saw: bit.ly/1Lz9Lfk pic.twitter.com/Y7BwYn3YgW
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Happy birthday to W.H. Auden, born on this day in 1907. He had a secret life, full of kindness j.mp/1o9cGxU pic.twitter.com/w08MMwkCHq
It’s a god damned crime that books people won’t read one review about Ungerer (via @thinkup) pic.twitter.com/hjXfFdGlvf
A portrait of poet Margaret Walker by Carl Van Vechten, photographer of the Harlem Renaissance j.mp/1BqLzKa pic.twitter.com/rwG9sERJuY
An untitled 2012 work by Sulafa Hijazi, in ‘Syria Speaks: Art and Culture from the Frontline’ j.mp/1vRa9SS pic.twitter.com/gwqXCjbzzo