From The New York Times: “’I’m not interested in talking about America’s history because I want to punish America,’ Mr. Stevenson continued. ‘I want to liberate America. And I think it’s important for us to do this as an organization that has created an identity that is as disassociated from punishment as possible.’”
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“The literary critic Michelle Dean’s new book, [Sharp], a cultural-history-cum-group-biography, examines the lives and careers of ten sharp women, among them Susan Sontag, Joan Didion, Dorothy Parker, Renata Adler, Hannah Arendt, and Zora Neale Hurston. What unites this disparate group, Dean claims, is the ability ‘to write unforgettably.’”