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What happened on February 13, 2005

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  • Sirens Stuart Dybek

  • Bestsellers

  • Discoveries Susan Salter Reynolds

  • A pledge to please but not to teach David L. Ulin, David L. Ulin is the author of "The Myth of Solid Ground: Earthquakes, Prediction, and the Fault Line Between Reason and Faith" and editor of "Another City: Writing From Los Angeles" and "Writing Los Angeles: A Literary Anthology."

  • Bestsellers / Paperbacks

  • 'Madame Bovary' redux Charles Solomon, Charles Solomon is the author of numerous books on animation, including "Enchanted Drawings: The History of Animation," and is a frequent contributor to The Times.

  • The facts of life for clueless dads Chris Erskine, Chris Erskine, a father of four, writes "The Man of the House" column in The Times and is the author of "Surviving Suburbia."

  • What a long, strange trip it would be Simon Singh, Simon Singh is a science writer and broadcaster based in London. His latest book is "Big Bang: The Origins of the Universe."

  • An incandescent dance with death Eugen Weber, Eugen Weber is a regular contributor to Book Review.

  • A lettered numbers man Steve Fraser, Steve Fraser is the author of "Every Man a Speculator: A History of Wall Street in American Life."

  • The troubled-teen trap Karen Stabiner, Karen Stabiner is the author of "All Girls: Single-Sex Education and Why It Matters" and the forthcoming "My Girl: Adventures with a Teen in Training."

  • A tangled web Thomas Meaney, Thomas Meaney is a critic whose reviews have appeared in the Globe & Mail and the New Criterion.

  • Truth, in all the wrong places Phillip Margolin, Phillip Margolin is the author of the novels "Gone but Not Forgotten," "Sleeping Beauty" and the forthcoming "Lost Lake."

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