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  14. Michelle Dean’s Sharp Tells the Origin Stories of 10 Essential Female Critics Across these portraits it’s possible to trace currents in American literary history as it unfolded between World War I and now.
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  24. yay!
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  25. q&a
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    Junot Díaz Pens Essay About Childhood Sexual Abuse: ‘It F*cked Up My Whole Life’ “I never told anyone what happened, but today I’m telling you.”
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    Roz Chast’s 10 Favorite Books “I avoid books about either World War. Or any war, really.”
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  29. Meet Justina Ireland, YA Twitter’s Leading Warrior How the activist and author became the most controversial figure in young-adult literature, one tweet at a time.
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  32. Help Us Pick This Summer’s Must-Read Book Vulture and the NYC Mayor’s Office present the 2018 One Book, One New York nominees.
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