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Monday, February 17 2014

'Death of the Black-Haired Girl' Will Get Under Your Skin

Robert Stone has set his terrific new novel at a fictional school called "Amesbury". But don't be fooled. The institution he indicts is Yale University.


Sunday, April 18 2010

American Experience: Earth Days

In Earth Days, as early environmental activists remember the movement's early days, they remember as well the effects and lessons of Rachel Carson.


Thursday, November 29 2007

Oswalds Ghost

The question at the center of Oswald's Ghost is less about facts and figures, the unsolved case, than it is about perception.


Tuesday, January 30 2007

Prime Green: Remembering the Sixties by Robert Stone

Lazy, hazy recollections of the '60s hold little insight.


Monday, February 13 2006

Guerrilla: The Taking of Patty Hearst (2004)

From its early moments -- a focus on the emblematic tape recorder by which Patty Hearst's saga was delivered to journalists amassed in her famous parents' driveway -- Guerrilla breaks down how terrorism becomes a function of its audience.


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