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Octavia E. Butler’s visionary science fiction. She called out bigotry unflinchingly; she also imagined futures in which we have so thoroughly dismissed the crude prejudices... that we can learn to embrace that which seems.
Octavia E. Butler’s visionary science fiction. She called out bigotry unflinchingly; she also imagined futures in which we have so thoroughly dismissed the crude prejudices... that we can learn to embrace that which seems.
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“Shadows incorporates writings, quotes, references and methodologies that Bogdan Ablozhnyy used in his research while working on his recent exhibition The Other at BALENO, Rome.”
“Shadows incorporates writings, quotes, references and methodologies that Bogdan Ablozhnyy used in his research while working on his recent exhibition The Other at BALENO, Rome.”
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"Caribbean authors—and the “disorderly” women of whom they write—can reveal how important it is to seek out one’s true self."
"Caribbean authors—and the “disorderly” women of whom they write—can reveal how important it is to seek out one’s true self."
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In the past 20 years, over 60 billion words of fan fiction have been written and posted on, the world’s largest repository. The site’s 10 million _...Read More_
In the past 20 years, over 60 billion words of fan fiction have been written and posted on, the world’s largest repository. The site’s 10 million _...Read More_
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“The Wind,” is about a mother, Ruby, and her three children fleeing a violent husband and father. When did you first start thinking about this scenario
“The Wind,” is about a mother, Ruby, and her three children fleeing a violent husband and father. When did you first start thinking about this scenario
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The trial was fast and efficient. Even the man whose trial it was couldn’t help but be astonished by and respectful of the seamless grace of the proceedings, free as the were of all tedium and obstacle. There were no motions of continuance, _...Read More_
The trial was fast and efficient. Even the man whose trial it was couldn’t help but be astonished by and respectful of the seamless grace of the proceedings, free as the were of all tedium and obstacle. There were no motions of continuance, _...Read More_
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“remember we were brought here from the clear waters of our dreams, that we might be named, numbered and forgotten” – but soon the pages are charred and bloody with the presence of new _...Read More_
“remember we were brought here from the clear waters of our dreams, that we might be named, numbered and forgotten” – but soon the pages are charred and bloody with the presence of new _...Read More_
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"IN THE FIRST MONTHS OF QUARANTINE, my apartment became my personal ecosystem. The idiosyncrasies of daily life in isolation—the peculiar sleep hours, the midnight meals on the fire escape, the evening Scrabble ritual—felt entirely _...Read More_
"IN THE FIRST MONTHS OF QUARANTINE, my apartment became my personal ecosystem. The idiosyncrasies of daily life in isolation—the peculiar sleep hours, the midnight meals on the fire escape, the evening Scrabble ritual—felt entirely _...Read More_
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"He was only an amateur, really, but there was a vogue at the moment for pieces like his, which looked back with a touch of humanism."
"He was only an amateur, really, but there was a vogue at the moment for pieces like his, which looked back with a touch of humanism."
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>"From Tom Wolfe’s ‘master of the universe’ to George Eliot’s vengeful pedant, these are some of the hardest characters in literature to love"
>"From Tom Wolfe’s ‘master of the universe’ to George Eliot’s vengeful pedant, these are some of the hardest characters in literature to love"
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