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A Look Into the Shadows Cast by Hitler's Rise to Power
A victory of endurance, Blood Brothers should also be recognised as a testament to the resilient spirit of art and culture. [30.Mar.15]
The Master of Dark Yet Delightful Russian Tales About Family Is Back
Russia’s premiere teller of bleak, woeful tales strikes again with There Once Lived a Mother Who Loved Her Children Until They Moved Back In. [30.Mar.15]
Sex, Drugs, and Rock 'n' Roll: The Science of Hedonism and the Hedonism of Science
By Zoe Cormier
The colourful science of marijuana and psychedelic drugs will make you wish you paid more attention in science class. [27.Mar.15]
No One Gets Away Unscathed in David Joy's Latest
Where All Light Tends to Go is unflinchingly violent, difficult to witness, and tragic from its outset. [26.Mar.15]
On the Agony of Becoming
Green Girl is Kate Zambreno's searing meditation on a young American girl's coming-to-being in London. [26.Mar.15]
Reviews
A victory of endurance, Blood Brothers should also be recognised as a testament to the resilient spirit of art and culture. [30.Mar.15]
Russia’s premiere teller of bleak, woeful tales strikes again with There Once Lived a Mother Who Loved Her Children Until They Moved Back In. [29.Mar.15]
Where All Light Tends to Go is unflinchingly violent, difficult to witness, and tragic from its outset. [26.Mar.15]
Green Girl is Kate Zambreno's searing meditation on a young American girl's coming-to-being in London. [25.Mar.15]
In topics ranging from poverty to war’s ravages to environmental collapse, Piercy obeys the poet’s dictum to act as witness with Made in Detroit. [25.Mar.15]
Readers that aren’t easily offended will find themselves laughing and cringing at what is surely the raunchiest history book in years. [24.Mar.15]
Michael Booth sets out to investigate the mystery of Scandinavian perfection. He doesn’t find the answer, but what he does find is equally entertaining. [23.Mar.15]
Larson's description of the torpedoing of the Lusitania churns like an angry sea, full of detail gleaned from memoirs and letters of survivors and rescuers. [23.Mar.15]
News
By Connie Ogle
There Is Something I Want You To Do reminds us that happiness, like morality, is fluid and that we must guard it accordingly. [12.Mar.15]
Features
By Zoe Cormier
The colourful science of marijuana and psychedelic drugs will make you wish you paid more attention in science class. [26.Mar.15]
By Eric Steingold
Far more than a comic book with an edge, Maus interrogates the fallacious identity politics of the Nazis, to an unforgettable effect. Given recent events in Europe, this is a vital book to revisit. [23.Mar.15]
Columns
Re:Print
Many readers of our generation emulate Don Draper, having lost Dante's connections to Christianity or perhaps to any such deity. [24.Mar.15]
Re:Print
Guy Kawasaki defines “good stuff” to post online, and how to really get more followers. (Hint: don’t pay for them!) [12.Mar.15]
From The Blogs
By PopMatters Staff
What might you have to say about the historical and cultural contexts of the Doctor Who series? [10.Mar.15]
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