The Short List: Old-School Respect for a New Style NPR's Karen Grigsby Bates, doing double duty as Day to Day literary editor, delivers a "short list" about an up-to-the-minute style that's gotten some unexpected respect in old-school academic circles. This report is part of an occasional series of audio riddles produced in cooperation with independent producers at Transom.org.
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The Short List: Old-School Respect for a New Style

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The Short List: Old-School Respect for a New Style

The Short List: Old-School Respect for a New Style

The Short List: Old-School Respect for a New Style

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NPR's Karen Grigsby Bates, doing double duty as Day to Day literary editor, delivers a "short list" about an up-to-the-minute style that's gotten some unexpected respect in old-school academic circles. This report is part of an occasional series of audio riddles produced in cooperation with independent producers at Transom.org.