Why judge a book by its cover when you can use the frontispiece instead? Illustrations and humor, pulled up from the depths of literary history.
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Can you spot the fact and fiction in Andrew Engelson’s curious story of Captain Philemon A. Codd — a man whose life was shaped by a random tragedy 175 years ago?
London, England’s Regent’s Park in full fall regalia, as seen through the lens of photographer John Godley.
“By supporting this man, you’ve made the world less safe for my children.” Turkish immigrant Melih Onvural writes an open letter to his teacher to ask why she supported Donald Trump.
In his “Sticks in the Smoke” project, painter Nick Andrew has been visiting and drawing a different public park or garden in central London each week in 2016. Here, he captures the energy of Speakers’ Corner in Hyde Park.
“If there’s something contradictory about being a white supremacist and loving America, the people who chanted U-S-A while Donald Trump insulted Muslims and Mexicans haven’t gotten that memo.”
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