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The Final Chapter For A Trusty Bookmobile?
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Fight For Klimt Portrait A Fight To Reclaim History
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The Passionate, Turbulent Life Of James Brown
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Poet Kevin Young visits NPR headquarters in Washington, D.C., on Friday as a NewsPoet guest. Doriane Raiman/NPR hide caption

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NewsPoet: Kevin Young Writes The Day In Verse
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Poet Adrienne Rich received several notable awards over the course of her career, including a MacArthur Fellowship, the National Book Foundation Medal for Distinguished Contribution to American Letters and the Frost Medal. Stuart Ransom/AP hide caption

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Adrienne Rich On The Powerful, Powerless Mother
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The Art Of The Everyday: The Alchemy Of Anne Tyler
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A Photograph Unlocks Decades Of Family Secrets
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'Hitler': From The Murderous To The Mundane
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Art, Mystery And Posh Pigments In 'Sacre Bleu'
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'Driving Mr. Yogi': A Diamond Of A Friendship
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The 'Illegal Procedure' Of Paying College Athletes
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