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Notes from No Man’s Land

“The world was not waiting for a telephone,” begins Eula Biss in her striking essay “Time and Distance Overcome.”

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In New York City, in the spring of 1999, a story hit the newspapers of a Long Island woman who had given birth to twins–one white and one black. The woman and her husband were white and the black baby was not theirs…

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