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    My Monticello

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    The Wrong End of the Telescope

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    The Real-Life Work of Rabih Alameddine

    In The Wrong End of the Telescope, Rabih Alameddine creates a character that appears to be a stand-in for himself, described from the perspective of the novel's narrator, Mina. Mina paints the ...

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    Lightning Strike

    It is the summer of 1963 in Tamarack County, Minnesota. Just outside the small town of Aurora, nestled next to shimmering Iron Lake, 12-year-old Cork O'Connor makes a grisly discovery. Hiking into the...

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    The Indian Relocation Act of 1956

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    Skinship

    The fine thing about short stories in general is their way of following characters through significant moments or events of change. It's a little like shadowing someone's life for a while and ...

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    Skinship in Korean Culture

    'Skinship' is a term commonly used to describe physical affection in Korean culture. It can be read as a portmanteau of the words 'skin' and 'kinship.' In the eponymous story from her book ...

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    The Last Mona Lisa

    In 1911, the Mona Lisa disappeared from its home at the Louvre in Paris. It took two years for the painting to be retrieved and for Vincent Peruggia to be identified as the man behind the theft. But ...

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    The Gardner Museum Heist

    The Last Mona Lisa is a fictionalized account of the real 1911 theft of the famous da Vinci painting of the title. Despite extensive investigation, it took more than two years for the painting to ...

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