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Zadie Smith’s Changing My Mind: Occasional Essays

Changing My Mind Essays by Zadie Smith

Zadie Smith, the prodigiously gifted English novelist, seems to have been caught in the tangle of literary debate from the beginning.

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Notes on Emily Meg Weinstein’s "Noise" Essay

This essay was selected because of the author’s writing style and voice, which our editors found “robust,” “energetic,” “thoughtful,” and “sprawling (in a good way).”

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A Temple of Texts: Essays by William H. Gass

Throughout the book’s 25 essays, Gass is the champion—sometimes joyful, sometimes harsh—of intellectual fitness. For him, reading is a form of aerobics.

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