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NY Review of Books

Lucian Freud’s sketches “swim up like notations of memory,” writes Jenny Uglow
J. Hoberman on the “sinister,” “indelible” #BruceConner, subject of a current retrospective.
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I Work for a Shipping Company—I’ve Been Sick for Over a Year
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Love when parochial notions are shattered in one essay
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Marc Ferrez, the 19th-century photographer who defined the landscape of #Rio:… via @nybooks
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José Manuel Prieto on Akademgorodok, city of scientists
Have you heard of ``ecocide?'' This book shows us what we are rapidly losing.
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Robert Storr on Stuart Davis, “New York’s quintessential Jazz Age artist”
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
Geoffrey O’Brien on ‘Kill ’Em and Leave: Searching for James Brown and the American Soul’
This, I think, is pretty spot on by @mashagessen in the article 'The Trump-Putin Fallacy'…
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Charles Simic on the poems of Jana Prikryl
The great Elizabeth Hardwick was born 100 years ago today.
What America will look like when Trump is president - fresh, via @nybooks…
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This paragraph in Zadie Smith's Brexit piece is also a shrewd insight about the Trump vote:…
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Lucy McKeon on the psychological portraits of Marcel Sternberger
After her mother died, Marina Warner found a whale’s tooth among her old coins and buttons
Wolf Suschitzky: Second Front Meeting, Trafalgar Square, 1942
“Think outside the fucking manual,” a sergeant told interrogator Eric Fair at Abu Ghraib.
Digital technology - and the disappearance of the physical self. (Essential @nybooks essay)…
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