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Snuggle_Black-Butterflies-Round-Home-Decor Round Pillow

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To be a critic is to be a defender of the life of art and a champion of the art of living.

Everybody’s a Critic. And That’s How It Should Be.

Known as parlors in the 19th century, in the 20th century this space was renamed the "living room" where one can entertain guests, watch television, read, and practice the art of living.

Known as parlors in the century, in the century this space was renamed the "living room" where one can entertain guests, watch television, read, and practice the art of living.

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Hallway Photo - A green tufted chair across from a gallery wall of art Celerie Kemble

What makes a woman? Feminists and transgender activists clash in this Sunday Review Op-Ed. (Illustration: Julia Doucet)

What Makes a Woman?

There is a collision course between feminists and transgender activists. This New York Times article explains that though we are all born a male or female, the roles we assign ourselves in life are completely interchangeable.

Review: In ‘SPQR: A History of Ancient Rome,’ Mary Beard Tackles Myths and More - The New York Times

Review: In ‘SPQR: A History of Ancient Rome,’ Mary Beard Tackles Myths and More

In ‘SPQR: A History of Ancient Rome,’ Mary Beard Tackles Myths and More --- In this book, Ms. Beard examines a thousand years in the early history of a city and an empire.

The book follows the lives of eight families in Milwaukee, some black and some white, all several leagues below the poverty line.

Review: In ‘Evicted,’ Home Is an Elusive Goal for America’s Poor

The book follows the lives of eight families in Milwaukee, some black and some white, all several leagues below the poverty line.

July 4, 2016 - NYTimes.com - Renowned biographer rates Bush 43 as little less than a disaster in new bio

Review: ‘Bush,’ a Biography as Scathing Indictment

If George W. Bush eventually gets a more sympathetic hearing by history, as he hopes, it will not start with Jean Edward Smith’s new book.

Review: Jon Krakauer’s ‘Missoula’ Looks at Date Rape in a College Town - NYTimes.com

Review: Jon Krakauer’s ‘Missoula’ Looks at Date Rape in a College Town

Review: Jon Krakauer’s ‘Missoula’ Looks at Date Rape in a College Town - NYTimes.com

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