A newly unearthed photograph identifies the African-American Trafalgar survivor who appears in Melville’s final novel. Could the book’s hero have been black, too?
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We are conditioned to be annoyed by everything the U2 frontman does.
A conservative conspiracy in tiny trunks.
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Alternatively, 22 croissants, or 32 slices of tarte tatin.
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The band's new album Something to Tell You combines mature lyrics and ridiculously catchy hooks.