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F. Scott Fitzgerald, “Dalyrimple Goes Wrong”
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Mary McCarthy, “The Company Is Not Responsible”
Noah Webster, “On the Absurdity of a Bill of Rights”
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Nathaniel Hawthorne, “The Birth-Mark”
Photos: Debut novelist Kevin Morris gives John Updike his “beautiful due”
The “tragedy of desire” in An American Tragedy and A Place in the Sun
Walt Whitman, “Death in the School-Room”
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