'Why do we suffer so, from the things we ourselves have invented?'—Review #161
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'My destiny is to search and my destiny is to return empty-handed.'—Review #160
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'What is age anyway?'—Review #159
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Here are some highlights to honor our five years of existence
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'But at the same time, I'm guilty, too. Guilty of playing this role. Letting it define me.' —Review #158
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A new Books on GIF feature launches with books from Jill Lepore, Henry Green and Maaza Mengiste—Review #157
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'She heard the lie and stood and turned off the kettle.'—Review #156
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'Today I can ask myself this question: What have I been looking for?'—Review #155
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'But I've been true enough to myself to know a lie—even if I am telling it—an that's the only truth necessary.' —Review #154
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'They called her the Witch, the same as her mother...'—Review #153
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'Here was the new work of the Destroyers; here was destruction and poison. Here was where life ended.'—Review #152
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'The truth was dawning on me how terrifying it was not to be numb, but to be aware, to have facts, retain facts, be present, be adult.' — Review #151
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