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Dylan’s speech, or Black and white lovers

Bob Dylan has once again been accused of plagiarism. This time though it’s not about his lyrics but rather about the acceptance speech he recently delivered to the Nobel Prize Committee just before the deadline that, if he had missed it, would have disqualified him from receiving the prize money. The manner in which it […]

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Nabokov In My Knapsack

This week, guest contributor Nick Cody looks back to a time when a literary heavyweight seldom left his thoughts.  I was told shortly after I had arrived, and believed it to be true, that the country I was living in had the highest population density in the world. And that the city with the greatest […]

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