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What happened on December 26, 2004

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  • Saving the mother tongue from a dusty silence Howard Marks, Howard Marks is the chairman of Oaktree Capital Management in Los Angeles.

  • Discoveries Susan Salter Reynolds

  • Native Americans through 19th century eyes Joy S. Kasson, Joy S. Kasson is Bowman and Gordon Gray professor of American studies and English at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and the author of "Buffalo Bill's Wild West: Celebrity, Memory, and Popular History."

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  • A suicide? Not likely Eugen Weber, Eugen Weber is a regular contributor to Book Review.

  • Through the page's prism Patrick Giles, Patrick Giles writes about books, politics and the arts for The Times, the Village Voice, Salon.com and Interview.

  • Appeasement's naive advocate Edmund Fawcett, Edmund Fawcett is the former chief correspondent for the Economist in Washington, D.C., Paris and Berlin. He is also its former literary editor and is a contributor to several publications, including the (London) Times Literary Supplement.

  • Murder in the O.C. Dick Lochte, Dick Lochte is a critic of crime fiction and the coauthor, with Christopher Darden, of the legal thriller "Lawless."

  • A sentimental journey and beyond Anthony Heilbut, Anthony Heilbut is the author of several books, including "Exiled in Paradise" and "The Gospel Sound."

  • His 'nothing' life was quite something Karl Miller, Karl Miller is the founding editor of the London Review of Books and former Lord Northcliffe professor of modern English literature at University College London.

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