What happened on June 10, 2001
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One From the Heart JEFF TURRENTINE, Jeff Turrentine is a senior editor at Architectural Digest. His writing has appeared in the Los Angeles Times Book Review, the New York Times Magazine and Forbes FYI
Hypocrisy and Its Discontents JAMES WOOD, James Wood is the author of "The Broken Estate: Essays on Literature and Belief." His essay appears as the introduction to "The Golovlyov Family." "Portrait of Konstantin Somov" (1895) by Philip Maliavin; from "Russian Art Nouveau: The Diaghilev Group of Russian Artists" (Parkstone Press: 286 pp., $55)
Back in the World JACK FULLER, Jack Fuller is the author of the Vietnam War novel "Fragments" and, most recently, "The Best of Jackson Payne." He is the president of the Tribune Publishing Co
The Musk of Menace FRANCIE LIN, Francie Lin is the associate editor of The Threepenny Review
The Ties That Bind AMY EPHRON, Amy Ephron is the author of "A Cup of Tea" and "White Rose."
Carnal Knowledge PETER GREEN, Peter Green is the former fiction critic of the London Daily Telegraph
The Feminine Mystique LAURIE STONE, Laurie Stone is the author of "Close to the Bone" and "Laughing in the Dark."
A Boy's Own Story REGINA MARLER, Regina Marler is the author of "Bloomsbury Pie: The Making of the Bloomsbury Boom."
The Lost World GLORIA EMERSON, Gloria Emerson is the author of "Loving Graham Greene: A Novel."
L.a. Confidential EUGEN WEBER, Eugen Weber is a contributing writer to Book Review
The Music of Time SCOTT MORRIS, Scott Morris is the author of "The Total View of Taftly" and former executive editor of The Oxford American
The Higher Patriotism TONY PERRY, Tony Perry is The Times' bureau chief in San Diego
The Quality of Hurt MAUREEN HOWARD, Maureen Howard is the author of, most recently, "Big as Life: Three Tales for Spring." manque are an exploration of the fractured bourgeois dream of domestic bliss. She has written three tales of our housebroken estate, stories in which ordinary people confront the limitations of passion and the adaptations of love
Summer Reading: A Young Adult Roundup GILLIAN ENGBERG, Gillian Engberg is an editor in the books for youth department of Booklist magazine and is Booklist's consultant for the Young Adult Library Services Association's Quick Picks for Reluctant Young Adult Readers committee
Torments of Pretense LESLEY CHAMBERLAIN, Lesley Chamberlain is the author of the forthcoming "The Secret Artist: A Close Reading of Sigmund Freud."
Lost in Translation ALFRED MAC ADAM, Alfred Mac Adam is the author of 'Textual Confrontations: Comparative Readings in Latin American Literature.' A professor of Latin American literature at Barnard College, Columbia University, he has translated many writers, including Carlos Fuentes and Alejo Carpentier
Detective in a Red Dress PAULA L. WOODS, Paula L. Woods is the author of "Inner City Blues: A Charlotte Justice Novel."
Requiem for a Dream THOMAS CURWEN, Thomas Curwen is the deputy editor of Book Review
The Impotence of Intelligence CRISTINA NEHRING, Cristina Nehring teaches literature at UCLA and Universite de Paris XIII. Her essays appear in Harper's, Atlantic Monthly and The American Scholar
Top 10 Stories / June 4-8 Myron Levin and Stuart Silverstein and David G. Savage and Evelyn Iritani and Peter Pae and Karen Alexander and Marc Ballon and Walter Hamilton and Karen Kaplan and Melinda Fulmer
Saving Graces in the Loss FRANK del OLMO, Frank del Olmo is an associate editor of The Times
Dirty, but Not Soiled DAVID R. AYON, David R. Ayon is a political analyst and research associate at The Center for the Study of Los Angeles of Loyola Marymount University
A Step Back From the Brink of Peace KELLY CANDAELE, Kelly Candaele is a contributing writer to Irish America Magazine and the Irish Voice newspaper
The Brawl: Actors Vs. Agents MICHAEL CIEPLY, Michael Cieply, a Los Angeles journalist, has written about the entertainment industry since 1984
Justice for All Beats a $3-Billion Law Lottery RICHARD L. CUPP Jr., Richard L. Cupp Jr. is a professor at Pepperdine University School of Law
Seeing McVeigh as the 'Other' Costs Us Our Own Humanity ROBERT KAREN, Robert Karen is a psychologist and the author of "The Forgiving Self: The Road from Resentment to Connection" (Doubleday, 2001)
Let Them Drink Juice GREG CRITSER, Greg Critser writes about the politics of health for Harper's, Worth and USA Today. His book on the modern obesity epidemic will be published by Houghton Mifflin in 2002
Dead Trees Standing DANIEL B. BOTKIN, Daniel B. Botkin, a research professor of biology at UC Santa Barbara, is the author of "No Man's Garden: Thoreau and a New Vision for Civilization and Nature."
Will McVeigh's Execution Make Him a Martyr? RONALD STEEL, Ronald Steel is professor of international relations at the University of Southern California