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Edward Gorey, Cynthia Ozick, the lasting influence of Life magazine, a Harvard chemist in hot water: these are just a few of the subjects covered in Issue 3 of The Miscellany. Also: a poem by A. R. Ammons; the brutal beauty of ballet; and Kobe Bryant RIP.

Edward Gorey’s classic “The Gashlycrumb Tinies” gets a 21st-century update.

Edward Gorey’s classic “The Gashlycrumb Tinies” gets a 21st-century update.

The Gashlycrumb Boomers: Sam Corbin writes a parody of Edward Gorey’s “The Gashlycrumb Tinies,” about baby boomers. "A is for Anne, who fell off a cruise, B is for Barry, shocked dead by cable news."

A delightfully dark vintage alphabet book from mid-century illustrator Edward Gorey, 1963

Politics in America (1960 ed., cover illustration by John Rombola and typography by Edward Gorey)

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Happy Halloween Trick or Treat dal grande Edward Gorey

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Edward Gorey took endless pains over his funny and melancholy books. He could go on drawing the fine little lines far into the night, and if one of his cats tipped over the inkpot, he would patiently start over:

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Remember H.G. Wells, who died on this day in 1946, with Edward Gorey's haunting illustrations for "The War of the Worlds"

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Edward Gorey'>Remember Edward Gorey, who died on this day in 2000, with his darkly delightful alphabet book of unfortunate events

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The wonderful artist Edward Gorey, who was my friend, would have been 92 today. This is how I remember him.

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Edward Gorey's forgotten, darkly delicious vintage illustrations for The War of the Worlds

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Happy 90th birthday, Edward Gorey! His iconic alphabet book of dark humor

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The great Edward Gorey would’ve been 90 today – celebrate with his vintage covers for classics

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