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NYT’s Boston Hemingway Piece Features Wrong Wife

Ernest Hemingway is the Moveable Feast of American literature. And the latest entrée comes from Tuesday’s New York Times. A Mutable Feast Batch of Hemingway Ephemera From Cuba Is Digitized BOSTON — Ernest Hemingway was a hoarder. His own prose … Continue reading

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TNR: Totally Not Respecting Elizabeth Warren

The New Republic’s latest edition features a piece whacking Elizabeth Warren for her lackluster U.S. Senate campaign. Boston Common Elizabeth Warren’s uninspiring campaign. THERE WAS ONCE A TIME, not so very long ago, that, whenever Elizabeth Warren sat down with … Continue reading

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Ad o’ the Day™

Peggy Noonan’s latest Wall  Street Journal column (headline: “The Reagans and the Kennedys”) recalls Ronald Reagan’s speech at a 1985 fundraiser for the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library, “which at the time was relatively new and the only presidential library … Continue reading

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The Cog of War

Robert McNamara passes away (obits here and here) unlamented in this space. Ditto in Bob Herbert’s New York Times column. Long after the horror of Vietnam was over, McNamara would concede, in remarks that were like salt in the still … Continue reading

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