Katie Roiphe Katie Roiphe

Katie Roiphe, professor at NYU’s Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute, is the author of Uncommon Arrangements: Seven Marriages and In Praise of Messy Lives.

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April 22 2003 1:40 PMThe Fact in FictionAre critics paying too much attention to literary gossip?
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Dec. 10 2002 2:50 PMImagining EnemiesNora Ephron's theory of Mary McCarthy vs. Lillian Hellman.
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Feb. 22 2002 11:43 AM"What must all of the reporters in Pakistan be thinking?"
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Feb. 21 2002 1:52 PMThe Clinton and Bush Administrations: Both Blinded by Hollywood's Lights
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Feb. 20 2002 12:59 PMOpera Shake-Ups, Dr. Lewinsky, and the Narcotic Pleasure of Buying Books
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Feb. 19 2002 2:23 PMJustifying the Dirty Habit of Reading the New York Post
Culturebox
Feb. 4 2002 12:37 PMChild BridesAre "starter marriages" new?
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Feb. 26 2003 12:23 PMThe Wily AmericanA look at the new Graham Greene movie shows how anti-Americanism has changed over the years.
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Feb. 22 2002 12:32 PMSo Much Sympathy, Not Enough To Do With It
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Feb. 21 2002 6:04 PMHeartbreaking News
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Feb. 21 2002 12:14 PMBad News for Future Danny Pearls?
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Feb. 20 2002 11:01 AMRadical Boredom and Cross-Dressing
The Breakfast Table
Feb. 19 2002 12:29 PMCitywide Book Clubs, Chicken McNuggets, and the New "Multiethnic" Barbie

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