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Cynthia Greenlee

And She Still Wrote: Remembering Maya Angelou

Dr. Maya Angelou’s life could not be contained by a single autobiography, even the critically acclaimed I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings. So the memoirist, who died on May 28 at age 86, wrote six. Angelou’s multi-volume “song of
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An Abortion Story Both Radical and Ordinary

For more than 20 years, the New York Times’ Vows column has shared newly hitched couples’ idiosyncratic paths to marriage. Vows has followed Wall Street wunderkinds down the aisle as well as a flame-throwing bride, a couple who admitted they
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For my mother: A day without cancer

When I found a lump in my breast several years ago, I couldn’t bear to tell my mother. She was already walking in the shadow of cancer — not because she had it herself, but because she had become a
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