World War I

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We Still Have Survivors With Us: Rebecca Makkai Interviewed by Nicolaia Rips
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The novelist on the enduring AIDS crisis, the resonance of the Lost Generation, and writing her way around questions.

Matchwork by Sasha Chachavadze
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In Speak, Memory, Vladimir Nabokov describes meeting an old general as a child who, to amuse him, laid out matchsticks on a sofa, placing them end to end, saying, “This is the sea in calm weather,” then changing them to a zigzag and saying, “This is a stormy sea.”

Hardy Blechman & Alex Newman’s DPM: Disruptive Pattern Material by Jon Caramanica
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Camouflage was first nature, then it was strategy. 

Rue Guynemer by Lily Tuck

In Paris, she lived on rue Guynemer. Rue Guynemer is named after a very young and very handsome World War I pilot—she knew, she had seen his photograph in the war museum at the Invalides.

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