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In this weeks’ Gabfest, DoubleX editor Hanna Rosin, Outward editor June Thomas, and New York magazine’s Noreen Malone are joined by Jessica Winter to discuss Dylan Farrow’s account of her alleged molestation by Woody Allen; then they talk about The Triple Package, the tiger mother’s new book about the cultural traits that explain the rise and fall of cultural groups; and they chat about the women of the Winter Olympics.
- Other items discussed in the show:
- “An Open Letter From Dylan Farrow,” in the New York Times.
- In Slate, Jessica Winter assessed the evidence about whether Woody Allen molested Dylan Farrow and wrote about Robert Weide’s sleazy, passive-aggressive attack on Mia Farrow and her daughter in the Daily Beast.
- Maureen Orth’s piece about Mia Farrow and her children in the November 2013 Vanity Fair.
- Our colleagues at the Culture Gabfest discussed whether the accusations against Allen diminish his cinematic achievements.
- Robert Weide’s defense of Allen in the Daily Beast.
- Walter Isaacson’s interview with Woody Allen in Time.
- Aaron Bady’s take in the New Inquiry.
- The Triple Package: How Three Unlikely Traits Explain the Rise and Fall of Cultural Groups in America, by Amy Chua and Jed Rubenfeld.
- Chua and Rubenfeld on the Today Show.
- “Confessions of a Tiger Couple,” by Jennifer Szalai, in the New York Times Magazine.
- “What Drives Success?” by Chua and Rubenfeld in the New York Times.
- A profile of figure skater Gracie Gold in the New York Daily News.
- Lindsey Vonn’s swimwear spread in Sports Illustrated.
- “15 U.S. Women to Watch at the Winter Olympics in Sochi,” from Business Insider.
- The Daily Mail has racy photos of some Russian Olympians, including Tatiana Borodulina from Siberia.
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