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How we learned to love the media and forget who we are
Preface to the anthology of contemporary Hebrew poetry
The Case of the Chinese in Hungary
Beyond the Modern Game of Roots and Options
The Case of the FR of Yugoslavia
In a fascinating addendum to Native Son (1940), the novelist Richard Wright talked about “the deep fun” of writing the book, and his sense that the nightmarish but weirdly comic saga of an illiterate black killing an upper-class white was universal.
A Landscape of Current British Poetry
A Response to the Essay by Jon Corelis
The pragmatism of Richard Rorty
“The goal of establishing a world federation, a ‘Parliament of Mankind’, seemed much more realistic fifty years ago than it does now. Then it was thought that the United Nations might evolve into something like a world government. Now nobody has this dream, even though the need for such a government has grown much more urgent”, says Richard Rorty in this 1999 interview.