Behind Closed Doors on Long Island | Memoir

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Dylan told us all that “everything is gonna be diff’rent when I paint my masterpiece.” The belief that things could be different, even if they weren’t going to be perfect, carried many of this month’s memoirists through very trying times. Masterpieces are not always on canvas: here we glimpse families, houses, and careers that are themselves real works of art.

Arts Reviews | November 1, 2012

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Reviews of David Foster Wallace’s Both Flesh and Not, Tim Crothers’s The Queen of Katwe, and James Rondeau and Sheena Wagstaff’s Roy Lichtenstein, plus a full list of arts and humanities reviews from the Nov. 1 issue.

Arts & Humanities Reviews, April 1, 2012

Arts & Humanities Reviews, April 1, 2012

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