Do You Believe In Magic?

    Frank McGuinness
    The truth is never pure and rarely simple, and in Macbeth fair is foul and foul is fair.
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    Losing Our Cool

    John Fanning
    After the Gold Rush, after the slump, perhaps Ireland could just learn to relax, and regain its creativity and its cool.
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    A Ghost is Born

    Tim Groenland
    In a new biography, David Foster Wallace mostly emerges as a sympathetic figure, a troubled man whose fearsome intelligence seemed only to exponentially increase his unhappiness.
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    Bitter Truths

    John Minahane
    A new generation of Slovak poets has rejected the central themes of the communist and Christian past, now seen as lies or illusions. But the truths of post-communism are hard on the spirit.
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