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    Singularity: Poet Marie Howe’s Beautiful Tribute to Stephen Hawking and Our Belonging to the Universe /Link

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    The Trailblazing 18th-Century Woman of Letters Germaine de Staël on Ambition and the Crucial Difference Between Ego and Genius /Link

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    Two Hundred Years of Blue /Link

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    Life, Loss, and the Wisdom of Rivers /Link

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    Nabokov’s Synesthetic Alphabet: From the Weathered Wood of A to the Thundercloud of Z /Link

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    Optimism: A Poetic Stop-Motion Celebration of Nature’s Resilience and the Persistence of Life Against All Odds /Link

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    Pioneering Mathematician G.H. Hardy on the Noblest Existential Ambition and How We Find Our Purpose /Link

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    The Universe as an Infinite Storm of Beauty: John Muir on the Transcendent Interconnectedness of Nature /Link

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    Sojourns in the Parallel World: America Ferrera Reads Denise Levertov’s Ode to Our Ambivalent Relationship with Nature /Link

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    A Brave and Startling Truth: Astrophysicist Janna Levin Reads Maya Angelou’s Stunning Humanist Poem That Flew to Space, Inspired by Carl Sagan /Link

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    Reality, Representation, and the Search for Meaning: Argentine Artist Mirtha Dermisache’s Invented Graphic Languages /Link

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    Virginia Woolf’s Totality: An Arresting 1927 Account of a Total Solar Eclipse /Link

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    Walt Whitman’s Advice to the Young on the Building Blocks of Character and What It Takes to Be an Agent of Change /Link

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    Erich Fromm on Spontaneity as the Wellspring of Individuality, Creativity, and Love /Link

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    Create Dangerously: Albert Camus on the Artist as a Voice of Resistance and a Liberator of Society /Link

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    Pioneering Jamaican-American Illustrator and Designer Jacqueline Ayer’s Lovely Vintage Children’s Book About Loss, Hope, And Homecoming, Inspired by Thailand /Link

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