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  • The Gift of Tongues SEAMUS HEANEY, Seamus Heaney, awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1995, is the author of numerous books, including "Electric Light." His essay will appear as the introduction to "A Way of Life, Like Any Other."

  • Discoveries SUSAN REYNOLDS

  • Angel Dust THOMAS CURWEN, Thomas Curwen is deputy editor of Book Review

  • Disturbing the Peace EUGEN WEBER, Eugen Weber is a contributing writer to Book Review

  • 'Freedom Lies in the Recognition of Necessity' FREDERIC RAPHAEL, Frederic Raphael is the author of 20 novels as well as many story collections, biographies, screenplays and translations from ancient Greek and Latin. He recently edited, with Ray Monk, "The Great Philosophers" series and contributed a monograph for it on Karl Popper

  • Thinking Hard ANTHONY GOTTLIEB, Anthony Gottlieb is executive editor of The Economist and the author of "The Dream of Reason: A History of Western Philosophy From the Greeks to the Renaissance."

  • Curiouser and Curiouser OLIVER STONE, Oliver Stone is the co-writer and director of the Academy Award-nominated films "JFK" and "Nixon."

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  • The Look Back William Bronk

  • Between Hope and History TOM HAYDEN, Tom Hayden, a former state senator, is the author of several books, including the forthcoming "Irish on the Inside: In Search of the Soul of Irish America" (Verso)

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