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Knowing Everything

“Know It All,” by Kathryn Schulz. The New Yorker, 10/16/2017. Kathryn Schulz has become one of my favorite authors.  I have written about her before. The Oxford University Press publishes a unique series of books called the “Very Short Introduction” … Continue reading

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Losing Life

“Losing Streak,” by Kathryn Schulz. The New Yorker, 2/13/2017. Ahh . . . these are the articles that keep me renewing my subscription. Schulz begins by describing her developing tendency to lose things. She describes the instances that have plagued … Continue reading

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Imagining Invisible

“Sight Unseen” by Kathryn Schulz. The New Yorker, 4/13/2015. “The Shadow” first appeared in book form where he was not invisible, but simply turned up his collar, pulled down the brim of his fedora, and moved quickly in the dark. … Continue reading

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