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The Mail: The Mail
Goings On About Town: This Week
Tables for Two: Mitica
Comment: Hazy Days
London Postcard: Portrait Keeper
Dept. of Song: Real
Psst Dept.: Information Man
L.A. Postcard: Shelf Presence
The Ancient World: Divine Comedy • The godlike aspirations and all too human last moments of Roman emperors.
Shouts & Murmurs: “The Brand New Show”: A Treatment
Annals of Science: A Trillion Little Pieces • How plastics are poisoning us.
A Reporter at Large: Measure for Measure • On the frontiers of penile enhancement, competition for patients grows cutthroat.
Poems: After the Ballet
Letter from Chengdu: A Double Education • Educating American twins in China revealed two disparate systems, despite a history of mutual influence.
Fiction: Valley of the Moon
Poems: Seven Weeks
Books: You Good? • Aristotle’s guide to human flourishing.
Books: Man Child • Raising a boy in a world of male monsters.
Books: Aesthete of Steel • The politically twisted fictions of Ernst Jünger.
Books: Briefly Noted
The Theatre: Witch Hunt • Juliet Stevenson stars in “The Doctor.”
On Television: Cold Case • The final season of “Happy Valley.”
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Puzzles & Games Dept.: The Crossword • A lightly challenging puzzle.