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The Musics of Michel Leiris

The Musics of Michel Leiris

Richard Sieburth— Autobiography and autofiction are all the rage in France, viz. Annie Ernaux’s recent Nobel Prize.  Anticipating this trend, ex-surrealist Michel Leiris devoted much of his literary career to… READ MORE

Provincials, Light and Grass

Provincials, Light and Grass

Sumana Roy— I’d sometimes wonder whether I’d still be a provincial if I were the only person on this planet. The next immediate thought is—are there provinces on other planets?… READ MORE

The Houses and Homes of Betty Friedan

The Houses and Homes of Betty Friedan

Rachel Shteir— Writing about Betty Friedan and her famous book that expanded women’s lives, The Feminine Mystique, I often admired the zeal with which she tried to expand her own…. READ MORE

Who Can Possess Political Truth?

Who Can Possess Political Truth?

Robert D. Kaplan— Tiresias, the old, blind seer, the prophet who knows better than anyone else the will of the gods, is a recurring character in Greek mythology. “Mine is… READ MORE

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