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April 2024
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Tom Brown in Tennessee: How the British author of one of the nineteenth century’s most famous novels planted in the backcountry South a Victorian Utopia named—after the school he revered—Rugby; another frontier closes as the mapping of America finally approaches completion; the author of a major new biography of Lyndon Baines Johnson weighs the worst of his subject against the best; we visit the spot in Maine where shipbuilders were at work before the Pilgrims landed, and which now produces the most complex vessels afloat; and, to lure you away from trimming that hedge and pulling those weeds, more.

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