- The Atlantic via Yahoo! NewsJun 16 08:58 AM
As a teenager, the novelist Joshua Cohen loved Fyodor Dostoyevsky’s novella The Double for its eerie conceit, in which a man encounters a stranger who looks exactly like himself. After examining the literary origins of The Double’s story, Cohen explained his attraction to writers (from Cervantes to David Foster Wallace) who write themselves into their fictions, his mistrust of the third-person ...
- The Shamokin News-ItemJun 21 01:15 AM
Marriage licenses Kyle Daniel Krieger, of 421 Center St., Coal Township to Nicole Renee Heim, of 419 Center St., Coal Township. Issued June 19, 2015. Kyle Lawrence Firestone and Meghan Elizabeth Crawford, both of 183 N. Main St., Herndon. Issued June 19, 2015. Dustin Allen Letterman and Marissa Ann Rhine, both of 140 Ferster Valley Road, Dornsife. Issued June 19, 2015. George Timothy Kiefabert ...
- Heritage FoundationJun 16 12:16 PM
Hirschman’s book discusses how individuals respond to a situation in which the services on which they rely are deteriorating. As such, Exit provides valuable conceptual tools for analyzing the design of the Common Core national curriculum content standards.
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