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  • NPR talks to Kazuo Ueda, author of the Yiddish-Japanese dictionary. Read our piece on Ueda and his work here.

  • Cynthia Ozick has been shortlisted for this year’s Orange Prize for Fiction.

  • Jason Diamond riffles through Winston Churchill’s wardrobe at the Paris Review.

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