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What We’re Loving- Midterms Week

Nassau Literary Review staff talk about what they’ve been reading, watching, and listening to instead of studying. Continue reading

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Fare Thee Well, Llewyn Davis

The Academy snubbed the Coen Brothers’ latest film. But would Llewyn Davis care? Elliott Eglash explores the character, who struggles to make art in dichotomous world of sellouts and purists. Continue reading

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Wisteria

“What I cannot see, what I never see, in this house is something whole. I cannot find, no matter how hard I try, families complete, lives in measure. The contents of this house are always broken, always cracked—the only delicate things in tact are the blue and white vases of china, the skulls of little children, and the impressionable beauty of magnolia blossoms, which survive only for that hour after they are cut from the tree.” Continue reading

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What We’re Loving — February 2014

Nassau Literary Review staff talk about what they’ve been reading, watching, and listening to this month. Continue reading

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Do-Good Nation

What I’ve seen in people my age is not only activism, but also affected activism – a veneer of concern for Cause du Jour but an absence of real, gritty action. And I’ve often wondered, why does this happen? Continue reading

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