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    Wordsworth on Genius and the Creative Responsibility of Elevating Taste /Link

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    Perspective in the Age of Opinion: Timely Wisdom from a Century Ago /Link

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    Dawn: A Vintage Watercolor Serenade to the World Becoming Conscious of Itself /Link

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    Margaret Fuller on What Makes a Great Leader: Timeless Political Wisdom from the Founding Mother of American Feminism /Link

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    Elizabeth Gilbert Reads “The Early Hours” by Adam Zagajewski /Link

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    How to Be a Good Creature: Naturalist Sy Montgomery on What 13 Animals Taught Her About Otherness, Love, and the Heart of Our Humanity /Link

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    Truth, Justice, and Public Good: Simone Weil on Political Manipulation, the Dangers of “For” and “Against,” and How to Save Thinking from Opinion /Link

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    Meeting Virginia Woolf /Link

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    How a Jellyfish and a Sea Slug Illuminate the Mystery of the Self /Link

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    Door: A Tender Illustrated Allegory of Self-Discovery and the Capacity for Joy /Link

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    Anne Lamott on Love, Despair, and Our Capacity for Change /Link

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    ‘Frankenstein’ Author Mary Shelley on Nature and the Meaning of Happiness /Link

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    Rebecca Solnit on Rewriting the World’s Broken Stories and the Paradigm-Shifting Power of Calling Things by Their True Names /Link

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    Elizabeth Gilbert on Love, Loss, and How to Move Through Grief as Grief Moves Through You /Link

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    An Illustrated Field Guide to the Art, Science, and Joy of Tea /Link

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    The Dalai Lama on Science and Spirituality /Link

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    The Original Marriage of Equals: The Love Letters of Feminism Founding Mother Mary Wollstonecraft and Political Philosopher William Godwin /Link

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    The Mesmerizing Microscopy of Trees: Otherworldly Images Revealing the Cellular Structure of Wood Specimens /Link

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    Ursula K. Le Guin on Time, the Meaning of Loyalty, and Why Honoring the Continuity of Past and Future Is the Root of Acting Responsibly /Link