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Articles with keyword "Literature"

Velosophie participants

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Zen and the Art of Cycling

Philosophical journeys in Illlinois.

Watch by Gerald Murphy

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Life as Art

Frolicking on the Cote D'Azur, Sara and Gerarld Murphy inspire artists of the avant-garde.

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Jan Fedewa: Discovering Untold Stories

Michigan's Jan Fedewa works to tell the state's stories.

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A Summer Scene

While vacationing in Queens, Cooper suffers a fever and writes the violent twelfth chapter of The Last of the Mohicans.

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In Defense of Cooper

James Fenimore Cooper was a major literary innovator with fans such as Herman Melville and Joseph Conrad. Take that, Mark Twain.

The Eye of a Lady by Anonymous, ca. 1800

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The Mysterious Miss Austen

Two hundred years ago, Pride and Prejudice was anonymously published.

Ednote

Editor's Note, November/December 2012

From the vaulted arch to Celebrating Freedom.

Book cover for Stidentism

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Stridentism: Motors and Wings Included

Mexican Cultural Movement in the Twenties Had Plenty of Varoom

The hero of Gilgamesh ruled the ancient city of Uruk circa 2750 BCE.

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Lessons from a Demigod

Gilgamesh was a brutal tyrant who foolishly tried to defeat death.

Mount Vernon's Hotel Belvedere.

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Street Sense

Walking tours of Baltimore's Mount Vernon reveal a neighborhood's literary roots and architectural gems.