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"Based on Joyce Carol Oates’s novel, Andrew Dominik’s film Blonde ignores the assertive and hardworking real-life Marilyn Monroe and instead gives us a lurid tale of perpetual victimization."
"Based on Joyce Carol Oates’s novel, Andrew Dominik’s film Blonde ignores the assertive and hardworking real-life Marilyn Monroe and instead gives us a lurid tale of perpetual victimization."
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"Forever Magazine founder and Zora Zine contributor Madeline Cash reports on secret societies, subjective idealism, and digital intimacy in her dispatch from Urbit Assembly in Miami"
"Forever Magazine founder and Zora Zine contributor Madeline Cash reports on secret societies, subjective idealism, and digital intimacy in her dispatch from Urbit Assembly in Miami"
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"It's also a rather patronizing assessment of the show’s fans, many of whom weren’t there for the full-frontal nudity and titillation."
"It's also a rather patronizing assessment of the show’s fans, many of whom weren’t there for the full-frontal nudity and titillation."
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>"Part of the allure of going on a smell walk is how challenging it feels to engage such an underused sense."
>"Part of the allure of going on a smell walk is how challenging it feels to engage such an underused sense."
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>"“Blonde” pretends to imagine how Monroe would have felt about her pregnancies. Instead, it jarringly shoves a C.G.I. fetus into her midcentury mind."
>"“Blonde” pretends to imagine how Monroe would have felt about her pregnancies. Instead, it jarringly shoves a C.G.I. fetus into her midcentury mind."
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>"What happened to the children who lived through Hurricane Katrina?"
>"What happened to the children who lived through Hurricane Katrina?"
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>"As counterintuitive as it seems, adding energizing activities to your schedule just might make life feel more doable."
>"As counterintuitive as it seems, adding energizing activities to your schedule just might make life feel more doable."
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>"As at so many times during early life with dogs, patience is due. It is just a phase."
>"As at so many times during early life with dogs, patience is due. It is just a phase."
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>"An interview with Linda Flanagan, the author of “Take Back the Game.”"
>"An interview with Linda Flanagan, the author of “Take Back the Game.”"
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>"Food was scarce when I was growing up, so I ate all I could when I had the chance."
>"Food was scarce when I was growing up, so I ate all I could when I had the chance."
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>"Why is the president sitting this out?"
>"Why is the president sitting this out?"
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>"It may be raising interest rates too far, too fast."
>"It may be raising interest rates too far, too fast."
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>"China is dragging the world back to a human rights dark age. It’s time to push back."
>"China is dragging the world back to a human rights dark age. It’s time to push back."
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>"Ahead of Sunday’s election, anxiety is enveloping the country."
>"Ahead of Sunday’s election, anxiety is enveloping the country."
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>"Twelve college students spoke with Times Opinion about affirmative action, free speech, ideological diversity on campus and more."
>"Twelve college students spoke with Times Opinion about affirmative action, free speech, ideological diversity on campus and more."