Ira Aldridge as Aaron the Moor, 1852

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Tom Stoppard

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Oscar the Grouch

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High Life

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Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee

Lit Crit

Easy to Put Down

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Hindu Swastika

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High Life

Poor Charlie

GSTAAD—I have not experienced such a long, continuous blizzard ever, and I’ve been com...

Lit Crit

And Yet, It Moves

Walter Isaacson, the respected biographer of Steve Jobs, has turned his talents to Jennife...

Hate Cries

Yellow Imperil?

Operation Slippery Slope has hit a snag: too many casualties from friendly fire. From its...

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