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A writer struggles with the tricks of memory in a novel by one of Russia’s most acclaimed authors.
Zak Ebrahim describes how he has taken a different, nonviolent path from his infamous terrorist father.
Christian Rudder sorts huge datasets to discover what we do, not what we say we do.
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