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NY Review of Books

¡Fidelmania! @estherlallen on Lee Lockwood’s photographs of Castro’s Cuba j.mp/2cOLICS
Wrote this for @nybooks in August. Last few days has brought something of both nybooks.com/articles/2016/…
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Wow. NY Review of Books is publishing French comic master Blutch in English! #SPX2016 nyrb.com/products/peplu…
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The first photographs ever taken of Palmyra’s ancient ruins j.mp/2cF0fhQ
America’s Lost Workers: @JeffMadrick on the real unemployment rate, and what to do about it j.mp/2cb6Uwi
a remarkable paragraph by Martin Filler on walking through Maya Lin’s Vietnam War memorial nybooks.com/articles/2016/…
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In @nybooks, @luxante writes about NYC of a million years ago, in the time of Basquiat. bit.ly/2bZhpVD
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"‘Hot’ Sex & Young Girls" On the obsession with the habits of teenage girls: long.fm/ZZY3lZY (@nybooks)
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The rich pour billions into "charities" that offer tax deductions but rarely disburse money. nybooks.com/articles/2016/…
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Lucian Freud’s sketches “swim up like notations of memory,” writes Jenny Uglow j.mp/2bcmnf7
J. Hoberman on the “sinister,” “indelible” #BruceConner, subject of a current retrospective. mo.ma/2bavymp
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I Work for a Shipping Company—I’ve Been Sick for Over a Year tpr.ly/2bbO232
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Love when parochial notions are shattered in one essay bit.ly/2bIOmoT
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Marc Ferrez, the 19th-century photographer who defined the landscape of #Rio: nybooks.com/daily/2016/08/… via @nybooks
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José Manuel Prieto on Akademgorodok, city of scientists j.mp/2blfUlI
Have you heard of ``ecocide?'' This book shows us what we are rapidly losing. bit.ly/2aV1dlD
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Robert Storr on Stuart Davis, “New York’s quintessential Jazz Age artist” j.mp/2b09R3t
That review is also notable for the accompanying David Levine drawing of Donald Trump in a suit and diaper
John Kenneth Galbraith reviewed ‘Trump: The Art of the Deal’ in 1988 j.mp/1LuEWMS
Geoffrey O’Brien on ‘Kill ’Em and Leave: Searching for James Brown and the American Soul’ j.mp/2amalji
This, I think, is pretty spot on by @mashagessen in the article 'The Trump-Putin Fallacy' nybooks.com/daily/2016/07/…
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