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What happened on May 10, 1998

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  • 'Response and Reconciliation' Octavio Paz, Octavio Paz was awarded the 1990 Nobel Prize for literature. "Response and Reconciliation" was the last poem he published before his death on April 19. It is translated from the Spanish by Eliot Weinberger and appears with the kind permission of the Estate of Octavio Paz

  • E Pluribus Unum JO-ANN MORT, Jo-Ann Mort is the editor of the forthcoming collection of essays, "Not Your Father's Union Movement: Inside the New AFL-CIO," to be published by Verso. She is the director of communications for UNITE, the national clothing and textile union

  • Ralph Ellison in Tivoli SAUL BELLOW, Saul Bellow was awarded the 1976 Nobel Prize for literature. "Ralph Ellison in Tivoli" first appeared in "News from the Republic of Letters," a literary magazine featuring fiction and commentary, edited by Bellow and Keith Botsford

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  • Reading L.a.

  • A Girl Threw an Apple to a Cloud. Anonymous, from the 17th century

  • Fee, Fie, Fo, Fum RICHARD EDER

  • My Favorite Book ULISSES HERMANO and AZADEH SAGHIAN and PATRICIA FARRIER and CAROLYN DUNCAN and TRITIA NISHIKAWA

  • Division Street JOHN LUKACS, John Lukacs is the author of "A Thread of Years" and "The Hitler of History."

  • Mi amigo Octavio Paz CARLOS FUENTES, Carlos Fuentes is the author of numerous books, including "The Old Gringo," "Christopher Unborn" and "The Crystal Frontier." His piece was provided exclusively to Book Review by NPQ and translated from the Spanish by Alfred Mac Adam

  • How Could They? NEAL ASCHERSON, Neal Ascherson is the author of numerous books, including (with Magnus Linklater and Isabel Hilton) "The Nazi Legacy: Klaus Barbie and the International Fascist Connection" and, most recently, "Black Sea," for which he was awarded the 1996 Los Angeles Times Book Prize in history

  • American Tragedy JAMES CHACE, James Chace teaches international relations at Bard College and has completed a biography of Dean Acheson that will be published by Simon & Schuster in August

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