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Comic book legend Stan Lee poses at the opening reception for "Stan Lee: A Retrospective" presented by the Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art on Feb. 23, 2007 in New York City. Mat Szwajkos/Getty Images hide caption

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A Marvel Of A Man: Stan Lee Dead At 95

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Humans would do better to accept many of the life forms that share our space, than to scrub them all away, says ecologist Rob Dunn. Basic Books hide caption

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Counting The Bugs And Bacteria, You're 'Never Home Alone' (And That's OK)

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Stolen Stories: A Literary Con Man Climbs To Success In 'Ladder To The Sky'

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'Big Little Lies' Author Places 'Perfect Strangers' In A High-End Health Resort

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An American And Her Filipina Translator Exhume A Massacre In 'Insurrecto'

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Glory Edim, the founder of the Well-Read Black Girl book club and community, has edited a new collection of essays by black woman authors. Mike Coppola/Getty Images for Instagram hide caption

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The Rise Of The Well-Read Black Girl Book Club

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NPR host Audie Cornish interviews former first lady Michelle Obama on her book Becoming in Chicago on Nov. 2. Chuck Kennedy/NPR hide caption

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Michelle Obama Tells NPR She 'Never Ever' Would Have Chosen Politics For Herself

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A Noir Novel For The Trump Era, From Jonathan Lethem

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