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ustinov: sorry lot of stevedores

…In his work as mime, Peter Ustinov’s ear was constantly tuned to subtleties of accent and word usage. “The American language,” he said, “is still in the process of formation. It’s being added to every year by the influx of … Continue reading

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writhing six feet deep

by Jesse Marinoff Reyes ( Jesse Marinoff Reyes Design, Maplewood, N.J) From the Introduction (reprinted from the 1947 Dell edition): “This business of selecting stories for a Dell Book anthology is getting to be a habit with me, though not … Continue reading

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The N WORD and HUCK fiNN: When the Revolution Comes

Politically correct. Civilized. Lynchings and catfish and the more “dangerous” notions of interracial sex.”How could a black revolutionary ever be sure that white radicals would not return to the fold of white racism.” …IS the road to racism, a separate … Continue reading

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