Tag Archives: Nabokov

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The Outsiders: Goalies, Writing & Existentialism

For the World Cup Final, James Irwin on the weirdness of goalies. Or: why so many writers (Camus, Nabokov) have served in soccer’s goal box. Continue reading

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The Man Who Wasn’t There: A Meditation On Mitt Romney

Wherein Peter Mountford investigates the wealth required to refuse to be famous, and the obliviousness required to die beyond your means. A parable for Election Day and what it has wrought.

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Goodbye Rhinestones, Hello Rubies

In which Lauren Cerand reflects on lessons learned in a long, hot summer.

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