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    A Partnership Larger Than Marriage: The Stunning Love Letters of Kahlil Gibran and Mary Haskell /Link

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    The Art of Knowing What to Do in Life: Pioneering Astronomer Maria Mitchell on Purpose Beyond Expectation and Choice Unbounded by Convention /Link

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    Anaïs Nin on How Reading Awakens Us from the Hibernation of Almost-Living /Link

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    Philosopher Mary Wollstonecraft on the Imagination and Its Seductive Power in Human Relationships /Link

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    Encke’s Comet, Celestial Poetics, and the Dawn of Popular Astronomy: How Emma Converse Became the Carl Sagan of the 19th Century /Link

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    How Do You Know That You Love Somebody? Philosopher Martha Nussbaum on the Heart’s Knowledge and Self-Deception, from Plato to Proust /Link

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    Rachel Carson’s Touching Farewell to Her Dearest Friend and Beloved /Link

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    John Cheever on the Pain of Loneliness and How It Feeds the Beauty and Creative Restlessness of Youth /Link

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    Wonder-Sighting in the Medieval World: Stunning Sixteenth-Century Drawings of Comets /Link

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    Legendary Anthropologist Margaret Mead on Work, Leisure, and Creativity /Link

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    Sleep Demons: Bill Hayes on REM, the Poetics of Yawns, and Maurice Sendak’s Cure for Insomnia /Link

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    Simone de Beauvoir on the Constellation of Chance and Choice That Makes Us Who We Are /Link

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    Denise Levertov on Making Art Amid Chaos and the Artist’s Task to Awaken Society’s Sleepers /Link

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    Poet and Philosopher John O’Donohue on Selfhood, the Crucible of Identity, and What Makes Life’s Transience Bearable /Link

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    Trailblazing 18th-Century Mathematician Émilie du Châtelet, Who Popularized Newton, on Gender in Science and the Nature of Genius /Link

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    Marcus Aurelius on How to Motivate Yourself to Get Out of Bed in the Morning and Go to Work /Link

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    Marcus Aurelius on How to Motivate Yourself to Get Out of Bed in the Morning and Go to Work /Link

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    Adrienne Rich Reads “What Kind of Times Are These” /Link

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    Democracy: Neil Gaiman’s Transcendent Animated Tribute to Leonard Cohen, with Piano by Amanda Palmer /Link

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    A New Year’s Perspective: John Steinbeck on Good and Evil, the Necessary Contradictions of the Human Nature, and Our Grounds for Lucid Hope /Link