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Writers on Writing: Collect...

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The New York Times Presents...

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Open Secrets: WikiLeaks, Wa...

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Obama: The Historic Journey

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“[about Hemingway's The Sun Also Rises] His characters are as shallow as the saucers in which they stack their daily emotions.”
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“[On The Catcher in the Rye] “This Salinger, he’s a short story guy. And he knows how to write about kids. This book though, it’s too long. Gets kind of monotonous. And he should’ve cut out a lot about these jerks and all that crumby school. They depress me. — James Stern”
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