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Joy Kogawa's Latest Asks: Is There a Limit to Our Capacity to Forgive?

Joy Kogawa's Latest Asks: Is There a Limit to Our Capacity to Forgive?

By Hans Rollman

26 Apr 2017 // 2:00 AM

From the atomic bombing of Nagasaki to her father's pedophilia, Kogawa embarks on a brutally honest and personal exploration of the nature of guilt and forgiveness....

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I Can't Bear to Watch, I Must Watch: Revisiting McLuhan, Postman, and DeLillo in These Heady Days

By Christopher John Stephens

25 Apr 2017 // 3:00 AM

Americans' voyeuristic attraction for scarlet-stained murder spectacles spills over into our need for similarly doomed entertainment in our highest national political office....

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Alec Baldwin Reflects on His Life, Career in Witty Memoir 'Nevertheless'>

In his ruminative new memoir, Nevertheless, Alec Baldwin reveals bits and pieces of a life and career full of switchbacks, some handled more wisely than others....

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'The Glassblower's Children' Explores the Existential Melancholia of the Child's World

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"Deep at the existentialist heart of this story there's a solemn treatise on the socially inequitable struggles between the worlds of the child and the adult.

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