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Monthly Archives: June 2009


Radcliffe Quarterly Book Reviews by Sage Stossel

Intuition by Allegra Goodman The Peabody Sisters by Megan Marshall The Emperor’s Children by Claire Messud Liars and Saints by Maile Meloy The Whole World Over by Julia Glass Something Something from the Oven: Reinventing Dinner in 1950s America by Laura Shapiro Imperial Reckoning by Caroline Elkins [Also see Atlantic Interview with Caroline Elkins] On […]

More Atlantic and writings by Sage Stossel

Facebook Groups: World Leaders Hugo Chávez and Hu Jintao are now friends. Understanding Afghanistan Perspective on a nation in conflict The Craft and Craftiness of Henry Kissinger Articles by Seymour Hersh, Robert D. Kaplan, and others assess Kissinger’s career and legacy. Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Islam Can democracy take root in a predominantly […]

Atlantic Interviews by Sage Stossel

A conversation with Jules Feiffer Jules Feiffer talks with Sage Stossel about cartooning and his new memoir Backing Into Forward [Continue reading at The] Introverts of the World Unite Fellow introverts Jonathan Rauch and Sage Stossel discuss Rauch’s overwhelmingly popular essay in the March 2003 Atlantic, which may have unwittingly touched off an Introverts’ […]

Children’s Book: On the Loose in Boston

With simple rhymes and colorful, highly detailed images, cartoonist Sage Stossel creates a “Where’s Waldo?”-style hit, setting animals free from Franklin Park Zoo and challenging children to find them in settings from Faneuil Hall to the Esplanade, to Fenway Park. Children will have a ball helping the keeper find a rhinoceros in the North End, […]