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The Top 10 Longreads of 2012
9. The Semplica-Girl Diaries George Saunders | The New Yorker | October 8, 2012 | 35 minutes (8,979 words) A father uses his lottery winnings for an extravagant birthday party for his teenage…
Length: 1 minutes (283 words)
Relatives of Marathon bombing suspects worried that older brother was corrupting ‘sweet’ younger sibling
This story was written by Jenna Russell, Jenn Abelson, Patricia Wen, Michael Rezendes, and David Filipov of the Globe Staff. The two young brothers from Cambridge seemed to be on promising paths, one…
Published: April 19, 2013
Length: 13 minutes (3368 words)
My Week in North Korea
How do you make a North Korean laugh? To American ears that sounds like the set-up to a joke. The very idea of a North Korean giggling seems absurd. What can there possibly be to laugh about? The…
Source: reason.com
Published: July 23, 2013
Length: 20 minutes (5183 words)
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