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What Is Literary Criticism For?

John Guillory’s “Cultural Capital,” published amid the 1990s canon wars, became a classic. In a follow-up, “Professing Criticism,” he takes…

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The Smell of Magic

In the third-century B.C. Greek epic poem the Argonautica, the sorceress Medea wields fragrance as a magical weapon: In order…

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Britain to Investigate if Deadliest Attack of Northern Ireland’s ‘Troubles’ Was Preventable

The decision is a big victory for the families of the 29 people who died in the attack in August…

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2 Lawmakers Stripped of Immunity in Brussels Graft Inquiry

The European Parliament’s move is likely to prompt the arrest of Marc Tarabella of Belgium and Andrea Cozzolino of Italy…

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Assessing Political Spin in the Debt Ceiling Fight

Republicans have wrongly suggested that President Biden and his party are solely responsible for the situation, while Democrats have overstated…

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Israel’s Government Is Trying to Turn the Film Industry into a Propaganda Arm

The West Bank city of Hebron, less than an hour’s drive from Jerusalem, is a unique place: the only Palestinian…

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Meta Posts $4.2 Billion Restructuring Charge

The company, which is in the midst of shifting to become a metaverse business, also forecast revenue would beat Wall…

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U.S. Says Russia Fails to Comply With Nuclear Arms Control Treaty

The United States says Russia is not allowing American inspectors access to its arsenal to ensure compliance with the New…

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Prosecutors in Chicago Will Drop Abuse Charges Against R. Kelly

The musician is already facing decades in prison after being convicted of federal charges, prompting the Cook County state’s attorney…

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Business

A Key Measure of Wages Showed Moderation at the End of 2022

The Employment Cost Index, which Federal Reserve officials watch closely as a gauge of pay trends, is picking up more…

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