Tag Archives: The New Yorker

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    Beckett’s Meditations on Music

    The Letters of Samuel Beckett contain a fair amount of Beckett’s reflections on musical performances, and critic Alex Ross notes several of them on his New Yorker blog: In this week’s issue of...

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    Intelligence and James Flynn

    What Is Intelligence? author and “Flynn-Effect” namesake James Flynn figured in a New York Times article about the possibility of training certain kinds of intelligence. Meaning, learning what...

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    Susan Pinkard: French Food History Savante

    A Revolution in Taste was profiled in The New Yorker just the other day! Pinkard reveals that before the storming of the Bastille a revolution took place at dinner tables all over France, when ornate,...

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