A series of vignettes tell the stories of ordinary Palestinians and life behind the West Bank barrier.
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A biographer struggles to reconcile the many contradictions in the character of feminist icon and author Tillie Olsen.
Prolific writer and close class observer Louis Auchincloss dies at the age of 92.