On the Shelf
Reading Dogs, Biblical Judges, Myers-Briggs
July 9, 2012 | by Sadie Stein
Dogs reading books.
Continuing the judicial book-report trend, a South Carolina woman is granted a reduced sentence on the condition she read and report on the Book of Job. She’s on it.
Archival audio of a 1972 panel discussion from the 92nd St. Y titled “Women Writers: Has Anything Changed?” featuring Nora Ephron, Elizabeth Janeway, and Carolyn Kizer, moderated by Helen Vendler.
Batman dominates the best-seller list (as well as the future box office.)
Data: singular or plural? The debate rages on.
In case you ever wondered about Anne Shirley’s Myers-Briggs personality type.