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A few weeks ago I read and reviewed a Spanish crime novel that left me almost speechless. You can check my spoiler-free review here if you missed it or download a promotional PDF here. Which was the inspiration for the Baztan Trilogy and main character Amaia Salazar? The trilogy was born out of a wish to write about different aspects of life and the traditional culture in the Basque Country and Navarra, an area in Spain with a different tradition, related to matriarchy, an important historical heritage, their own language, Euskera, and the consequences of having been the place where most witch trials were celebrated by the Spanish Inquisition; an abrupt — yet green — environment and the closeness to the French border make this a perfect place to speak about the magical tradition, which has merged here with Christianity and which is still alive nowadays. There was also a real life inspiration: You make a great job of representing violence agains women in different stages of their lives.

After Eve Babitz dropped a lit match on herself while driving, she gave up writing.

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Now she stays home and listens to conservative talk shows Intelligent design has been dismissed by scientists and courts as "creationism in a cheap tuxedo. They're just getting dumber The poet Letitia Elizabeth Landon died in in a castle in Africa. She was 36, an emblem of insipid girlishness. The truth was far darker What the American West really means.

Greg Grandin unpacks our euphemisms Between and , anti-Semitism mutated into something new: It was a toxic gloss on an ancient hatred. It made Adolf Hitler Now it's seen as the very foundation of all his endeavors Editing Isaiah Berlin: Misogyny is often treated as a question of psychology. But for Kate Manne, the problem is one not of motivation, but of politics A history of the color black.

Who has the gall to tell the entire human race how to feel? Philosophers, that's who. Their counsel: Calm down, be rational. Is anyone listening?

We deserve better Call it what you want — the fix, the bunco, the gyp, the sting — what exactly is it that we find so compelling about con artists? We celebrate foreignness in literature — but only the sort that we recognize in our own lives. A true acceptance of international writing requires more A scourge has taken hold of English departments: Where once political criticism thrived, fandom now reigns Were John Ruskin to see our society, he would find its two most notable features to be hatred of beauty and worship of machines.

Alan Jacobs explains In defense of Instagram poetry. Murdering to Mozart. Once, classical music was the backbone of popular entertainment.

Now it's portrayed as a handmaiden to sadism and psychopathic violence More than any other writer, he cut through cant and sophistry to expose self-deceptions for what they are Richard Rorty took a therapeutic approach to philosophy.

Indeed, he wanted to transform it into therapy. We're still dealing with the political implications The idea of a " good death " is commonplace, as if death were something at which we succeed or fail, something to achieve.

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Better to think of a "fitting death" Art forces us to consider the experience of others — but it that a good thing? For Paul Bloom, empathy is selfish and shortsighted.

For Knausgaard, it's banal It's been said that if nature could write, it would write like Tolstoy. It's his unsurpassed realism that makes reading War and Peace unlike reading any other book The rise of the pedantic professor. When academic self-regard becomes an intellectual style, no nit is too small to pick Philosophers tend to speak to one another.

But so-called public philosophy aspires to liberate the field from the academy.

Is that a good thing? Lionel Trilling is known foremost as a critic and professor. Turns out he didn't want to be either. He yearned to be a novelist The film project Dau began simply enough, as a biopic about a physicist. Failure is at the heart of both learning and moral complexity. The continuing uglification of our world.

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Modernism, with its place-destroying structures, has transformed architecture. He was not only a founder of modernity; he was the first postmodernist Artists may pooh-pooh the idea of being cool , but a few of them had it down pat. What do almost all ancient myths and folktales have in common? They deal with danger and death and offer highly pragmatic lessons Revolutions in science, technology, health, and education have reshaped our world.

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But can things keep getting better? Look carefully, attend to people and their situations, learn what is right.

For Iris Murdoch , morality was grounded in vision and action, not just metaphysics Our motto, "Veritas odit moras," is found at line of Seneca's version of Oedipus. It means "Truth hates delay. Founding Editor Denis Dutton Editor: Evan Goldstein Managing Editor: Tran Huu Dung Assistant Editor: David Wescott Copy Editor: Mitch Gerber. Sunday April 14, Subscribe to our Weekly Newsletter. Do not show this again.

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The lab also matches the flour from the cakes to the flour in Rosaura's home, which she takes from the bakery, but Amaia does not reveal this either. Another young girl disappears, but Amaia is removed from the case after her captain discovers her secrecy. Aloisius Dupree, an FBI friend, encourages her to remove herself from the case and look at it in its entirety. Amaia thinks back to her childhood, when Rosario, in a psychotic rage, attempted to murder her at the bakery, at which point Amaia was taken to live with Engrasi.

Amaia goes to visit Rosario, who calls Amaia a bitch and attempts to bite her. She learns that Rosario, now restrained, had attacked a nurse and bitten her while calling her Amaia, and that her brother-in-law visits Rosario weekly. Amaia drives to Victor's house only to flip her car into a ravine during a thunderstorm.

She wakes up on the ground away from her car and sees a large hairy creature in the distance before losing consciousness again. She wakes up next in Victor's house, who attacks her. He claims to be cleansing the valley of the filth.

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