Jonathan Beecher

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Britannicus

De Britannicus Racine a dit, "Ma tragedie n'est pas moins la disgrace d'Agrippine que la mort de Britannicus." C'est aussi

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The Harvard History of James M. Curley

Not long after his triumphant return from Danbury Prison to City Hall, the late James Michael Curley was visited, one

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Pakistan Palaver

"My task," said General Mohammed Ayub Khan not long ago, "is to keep the army sound and intact and out

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Rudolph States Indian Reds' Aims

"The Communist Party of India is successfully striving to give the image of itself as a constitutional party devoted to

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Road to the Stars

Once the domain of oracles, astrologers, sooth-sayers, and writers of science fiction, the future is now much with many moderns.

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Boston: Walk All Over

There's not much to be done about Boston anymore. But people still try. Louis M. Lyons writes that "Boston has

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George Orwell: War of Words

Shortly before he died George Orwell asked that no one write his biography. Though much of his writing, even fiction,

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We Are All Murderers

Several years ago, two former lawyers, Charles Spaak and Andre Cayette made a movie called Justice is Done which fiercely

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Sarton; 'The Fur Person' Explores Cats and People

If The Fur Person is not like any children's book you have ever read, that may be because it isn't

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The Childhood of Maxim Gorky

Autobiography was Maxim Gorky's surest talent, but he did not discover it until he was nearly fifty. By that time

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Symphonie Pastorale

In the winter of 1918 Andre Gide "plunged into that tale of L'Aveugle which has been inhabiting me for so

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i.e.

The last issue of i.e. is little like the preceding six. There is less polemic about it. Convinced against convincing,

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Hughes' I Wonder As I Wander: Reveries of an Itinerant Poet

"Most of my life from childhood on has been spent moving, traveling, changing places, knowing people in one school, in

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Panofsky Examines Roman Subjects in Medieval Art

"The medieval mind couldn't conceive of the fact that classical form and classical subject matter belonged together," Erwin Panofsky, art

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The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari and The Last Laugh

Made in the early days of the German film industry, The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari and The Last Laugh are

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Painting the Town: Boston's Big Art

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ISIL is Not the End of the World

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The Difficulty of Defining Difficulty

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