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Warhol’s pranks, like dressing up as a box of Brillo, sound dumb. But we still live in his world ..read more

Dave Hickey, at 80, is a broken-down lion of a man. What remains is a vision of art that extends to every realm of human endeavor ..read more

What burning farms? What looting and rape? Arthur Conan Doyle’s time in the Boer War was marked by patriotic zeal ..read more

Liberalism is besieged, we must rush to defend it! So goes a popular narrative. But post-liberalism is more bark than bite ..read more

Wrongly dismissed as a “depressive sexist,” Michel Houellebecq is actually the most serious and important novelist in Europe ..read more

Madame Yale sermonized on beauty, compared herself to Helen of Troy, and sold wildly successful tinctures. Then the Feds moved in ..read more

Depictions of Emily Dickinson vary by decade. In the ’80s she was seen as a model feminist; in the ’90s, as queer. Today we see her as ..read more
The Brideshead Generation’s “lost girls” were known for their dry repartee and sexual dalliances. Their stories deserve telling ..read more

Michael Hollingshead, LSD provider to the intellectually minded, is known as a benign cosmic courier. But his story has a dark side ..read more

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