Paris

Matisse's under-celebrated inwardness is on display in a new show. 

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When the Surrealists Met the Nazis

Picasso, Paris, and modern art in Vichy France

An exibition ponders modern art, Vichy France, and the responsibilities of the artist.

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As his time as prime minister heads to a close, he seems to have transformed himself yet again: The hardliner has become a peacemaker.

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Three extraordinary small films.

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The Eagle Unbowed: Poland and the Poles in the Second World War By Halik Kochanski (Harvard University Press, 734 pp., $35) The Auschwitz Volunteer: Beyond Bravery By Witold Pilecki translated by Jarek Garliński (Aquila Polonica, 460 pp., $34.95)   ONCE, THE Allied history of the Second World War—the Anglo-American history of the Second World War, the Victors’ history of the Second World War—was the only one we thought mattered.

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Amour is an unsentimental film about an intense, selfish love,

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When 500 million Europeans receive their Nobel Peace Prize in Oslo, here's why they really will deserve it.

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Before 2013 begins, catch up on the best of 2012. From now until the New Year, we will be re-posting some of The New Republic’s most thought-provoking pieces of the year. Enjoy. Zona By Geoff Dyer (Pantheon, 228 pp., $24)   NEVER MIND the writing, as superb as it so often is: as agile, as subtle, as witty, as funny, as brilliantly insightful. Never mind the breadth—a book about jazz, a book about photography, a book about a film, a book about D.H.

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Has the great Swedish player of Bosnian-Croatian origin finally found a home?

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