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What happened on July 26, 1998

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  • The Lesson, by Charles Simic

  • Note for the Files, by Michael Kruger

  • The Grifters JEFF TURRENTINE, Jeff Turrentine is an associate editor at Architectural Digest

  • The Tenth Circle by David Nir

  • Red Hot SEAN WILSEY, Sean Wilsey works in the fiction department at the New Yorker. He has just completed his first novel

  • Unsung Heroes WALTER LAQUEUR, Walter Laqueur is the author of numerous studies, including "Weimar: A Cultural History" (Putnam), "Fascism: Past, Present, Future" (Oxford University Press) and "Fin De Siecle and Other Essays on America and Europe" (Transaction)

  • Reading L.a.

  • Fatal Attraction MARIANNE HEUWAGEN, Marianne Heuwagen is Berlin correspondent of the Suddeutsche Zeitung. Her review was translated from the German by Zaia Alexander

  • Enigma of Evil MICHAEL ANDRE BERNSTEIN, Michael Andre Bernstein is the author, most recently, of "Bitter Carnival: Ressentiment and the Abject Hero" and "Foregone Conclusions: Against Apocalyptic History." He is completing a novel entitled "Progressive Lenses." He teaches English and comparative literature at UC Berkeley

  • How It Was SUSAN CHEEVER, Susan Cheever is the author of "A Woman's Life," "Treetops" and "Home Before Dark." Her next memoir, "Note Found in a Bottle," will be published next year

  • Learning, Any Time, by William Stafford

  • His Secret Life JOHN LUKACS, John Lukacs is the author, most recently, of "The Hitler of History" and "A Thread of Years."

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