Lit Hub Daily: July 24, 2019

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TODAY: In 1991, Isaac Bashevis Singer, Nobel Prize in Literature in 1978, dies.

Also on Lit Hub: On the hypercapitalist utopian project of Singapore • The unsung woman who changed how we take care of newborns • Read from Regina Porter’s debut novel The Travelers.

 




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