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Issue 74

A conversation with Marilynne Robinson; Gregory Wolfe on art and social justice; and poetry by Brian Doyle, Melanie Rae Thon, Alice Friman, and Stephen Cushman. Plus, the life and art of Sadao Watanabe; Matthew Milliner on New York’s gallery scene; a new essay by Dennis Covington; and more.

Elective


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The Key


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Sigh in Silence


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A Fairly Decent Man


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A Good Death


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A Conversation with Marilynne Robinson


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Into the Chambres of Dora Maar


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Broken Cup


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Profound Faith, Profound Beauty: The Life and Art of Sadao Watanabe


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Habits of Invention


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Blessing


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Seven Years in Chelsea From Barricades to Beauty in New York’s Gallery Scene


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Faith


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The Good Samaritan Speaks


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A Disbeliever in Limbo


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Ararat Express


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The Window


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Feeding On Light


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Abraham on the Way to the Sacrifice


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Atheism’s Easier


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Desire


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Glosa


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Fourth Week, First Contemplation, Second Prelude


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Web Exclusive: A Reader Interview with John A. Kohan


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When I Meet You


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No Counting Sheep without Feeding Them, Too


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Making Cents


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Paper Route


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Poetic Justice


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Enormous Holdings


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A Request


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