Issue #264
www.ralphmag.org/IL/indexIL.html
Late Summer 2015
Title Author Publisher Subject
Pictures of neuropsychological syndromes.
The man sitting on the car
Letters We Never Finished Reading
Making a killing in Afghan treasure
The Readers of RALPH [Letters] Correspondence with the Magazine
Concerning Previous
Reviews, Articles,
Poems, Readings, and
Letters to RALPH
Fifteen Great Detective Stories The Editors of RALPH [List] Some of the Great Murder Books
That Have Come to Us since 1994
Rust
The Longest War
Jonathan Waldman (Simon and Schuster) A Study of the Unseen Disaster
(Creeping Over Us As We Speak!)
Mayumi and
The Sea of Happiness*
Jennifer Tseng (Europa Editions) A Young Love (Very Young) with
The Town Librarian and the High School Student
(Who Loves Lollipops)
The Small House at Allington* Anthony Trollope
Read by David Shaw-Parker
(Naxos Audiobooks) One of those Heavy (and Very Funny) Books
Out of 19th Century England
(and Out of Sight)
My Depression
A Picture Book
Elizabeth Swados (Seven Stories) You Think You Got Problems?
Wait Until You try This "Comic Book"
Blue-Eyed Boy
A Memoir
Robert Timberg (Penguin) They Literrally Burned Off His Face in Vietnam
And He Survived to
Live with It, and Even Prosper
The Hollow Land* Jane Gardam (Europa Editions) A Family of Cumbrians Meet
An Equally Droll Family from London
Papyrus:
The Plant That Changed the World
From Ancient Egypt to Today's Water Wars
John Gaudet (Pegasus Books) The Earliest Paper in All
Its Ever-Varying Forms
Hummingbirds* Ronald Orenstein (Firefly Books) Many of the Almost 350 Species
Represented in the Luscious Book
The Reluctant Matador
A Hugo Marston Novel
Mark Pryor (Seventh Street Books) A Fairly Big Turkey about
Murderous Doings in Barcelona
Blind Moon Alley* John Florio (Seventh Street Books) A Startlingly Good Mystery
Set in Prohibition Philadelphia
The Chrysler Building[G]
Creating a New Icon
Day by Day
David Stravitz (Princeton Architectural) The Original Construction Photographs Revealed
Tropical &
Subtropical Trees[G]
An Encyclopedia
Margaret Barwick (Timber Press) Over 2000 Trees Described and Shown
--- Many in Color
'Til the Well Runs Dry*
A Novel
Lauren Francis-Sharma (Henry Holt) We Loved This One So Much That
We Decided to Review it Again (with Pith)
Chopped Liver Mike Ervin [Article] A Crip's Demand that the Many Rip-Off Joints
Take Notice of the Disabled Too
Bisphenol-A
and Aluminum Cans
Jonathan Waldman [Reading] The Truth About What You Are Drinking
With Your Coke or Beans
Papyrus and the Crocodiles John Gaudet [Reading] A Trip Down the Nile Seeking Papyrus
(And Crocodiles)
Autumn T. E. Hulme [Poem] One of the First Imagist Poems
The Meaning of Life
From The Mahabharata
Peter Brook [Drama] Thoughts on Creation
(And Love)
[G] = Great Reviews, Readings, or Poems of the Past
[B] = Brief Reviews
*A Book that the Editors Believe Merits Your Attention


Issue #265
www.ralphmag.org/IM/indexIM.html
Early Fall 2015
Title Author Publisher Subject
Talking Cows
Trotsky and the Ice Pick and
the Twitter/Instagram generation
Letters We Never Finished Reading
Motherless Babies and Widowers in Your Country
The Readers of RALPH [Letters] Correspondence with the Magazine
Concerning Previous
Reviews, Articles,
Poems, Readings, and
Letters to RALPH
Fifteen Great Travel Books
And a Couple that Bombed
The Editors of RALPH [List] Some of the Great Travel Books
That Have Come to Us since 1994
Seven Steps to Train Your Mind Gomo Tulko (Wisdom) The Many Ways to Involve one
in the Practice of Buddhism
The Wright Brothers* David McCullough (Simon & Schuster) The (Often Surprising) Studies and Designs
Of the Two Brothers from Dayton, Ohio
Uniforms Bettina Hubby (Ice House) The Whimsy of the Official Uniform
Shown, Often, Without Bodies Attached
Judge This Chip Kidd (TED/Simon & Schuster) A Man Who Has Designed Many a Book Cover
Tells Us the Goods and Bads of Representative Salesmanship
Aquarium David Vann (Atlantic Monthly) Young Caitlin Falls in with the Fishies
And Gets Excoriated by an Irate Mother
The Dead Lake Hamid Ismailov (Peirene) A Young/Old Musician of Kazakhstan and the Decimation
Of a Community Under the Shadow of the Bomb
A Higher Form of Killing
Six Weeks in World War I that Forever Changed the Nature of Warfare
Diana Preston (Bloomsbury) Bombing Cities, Using Gas in the Trenches
And Sinking Passenger Ships on the High Seas
The Man in the High Castle Philip K. Dick (Brilliance Audio) What Would Have Happened if the Japanese
And Nazi Germany Had Won WWII
Wil Usdi
Thoughts from the Asylum
A Cherokee Novella
Robert J. Conley (University of Oklahoma Press) A Most Brilliant Cherokee Goes Bonkers
At the End of the Civil War
Those Who Leave and
Those Who Stay
Elena Ferrante Europa Two Young Ladies from the Slums of Naples
Grow Up and Grow Apart
H. L. Mencken on
American Literature[G]
S. T. Joshi, Editor (Ohio University Press) They Call Him the Sage if Baltimore;
Better, the Snarl of Baltimore
White Waters and Black[G] Gordon MacCreagh (Chicago) Too Many Scientists Seeking
The Headwaters of the Amazon
The Sargasso Sea
Of Motherboards
Dr. Phage [Article] The Parts of the Computer that
Go Bump in the Night
Dog Eating
Mountain Lion
Matt Sumell [Reading] What to Do if Your Favorite Dog
Goes Missing in the National Park
Rabbi Eliakum ben Yahya
Meets the KKK
Steve Stern [Reading] What Happens to the Fiery Cross
When the Good Rabbi Appears on the Scene
From the Diary of an Almost-Four-Year-Old[G] Hanan Mikha'il 'Ashrawi [Poems] Poetry from Palestine and Israel
The Spider Sonnet John Whitworth [Poem] The Solution to Pollution is to
Stop Ingesting Spiders
[G] = Great Reviews, Readings, or Poems of the Past
[B] = Brief Reviews
*A Book that the Editors Believe Merits Your Attention


Issue #266
www.ralphmag.org/IN/indexIN.html
Early Fall 2015
Title Author Publisher Subject
The Vivisection Mambo
I, II &
The Readers of RALPH [Letters] Correspondence with the Magazine
Concerning Previous
Reviews, Articles,
Poems, Readings, and
Letters to RALPH
Fifteen Great History Books
And a Couple of Stinkers
The Editors of RALPH [List] Some of the Great History Books
That Have Come to Us since 1994
Tales of Remarkable Birds Dominic Couzens (Bloomsbury) Thirty-nine of the Rarest and Most Beautiful
Birds from All over the World
Making Nice Matt Sumell (Henry Holt) An Obnoxious Son-of-a-Bitch that the Reader ---
perhaps --- Would Prefer not to Read about
Falling in Love
With Hominids*
Nalo Hopkinson (Tachyon) Several Weird Tales --- Well-Executed but Sinister
--- of People of Another World if not Our Own
Hitting the Streets
(Courir les Rues)
Raymond Queneau
Rachel Galvin, Translator
(Carcanet) Oddly Appealing Short Tales from
The Streets of Paris
Dangerous When Wet Jamie Brickhouse (St. Martin's Press) A Memoir of Growing Up as Mama's
One and Only, Who Somehow
Managed to Survive
The Meat Racket
The Secret Takeover of
America's Food Business*
Christopher Leonard (Simon & Schuster) A Terrific Study of Oligopolistic Tendencies
In the American Meat Market
A Brief History of
Portable Literature
Enrique Vita-Matas
Anne McLean & Thomas Bunstead Translators
(New Directions) An Odd-Ball Picture of Duchamp, Benjamin, et al
And Their Search for the Most Portable Literature of Them All
H Is for Hawk Helen Macdonald (Grove Press) A Look at the H for Highly Proclaimed
Novel which Our Reviewer Opined May Have
Slighted the Goshawk and the Reader as Well
Wondering Who You Are* Sonya Lea (TinHouse Books) A Stunning Tale of Losing Your Love in the Operating Room
And Finding Him Different (but Great)
--- Lurking Right Next Door
The Cartel
A Novel
Don Winslow (Knopf) A Novel History Novel Proving that We've All
Lost the War on Drugs
Emanuel Swedenborg's
Journal of Dreams[G]
Commentary by
Wilson van Dusen
(Swedenborg Foundation) In Which Dreams from 250 Years Ago
Tell Us More about the Interpretation of Dreams
And Somewhat Bit Less Than the Dreamer
Isaac Bashevis Singer and
The Lower East Side
Bruce Davidson, Photographer (Mead Art Museum/
University of Wisconsin)
A Terrific Story Interlaced with
Terrific Photographs
Loving One Who
Thinks He Has
Forgotten You[G]
Sonya Lea [Reading] Making Love with One Who Can't Remember
Ever Having Made Love Before
The Refugees and the Picnic Jon Gallant [Article] A Vivid Reincarnation of the Refugee Story from 1989 ---
Where Lost People Were Much More Honored than Those in 2015
God Must Be Female[G] J. P. Donleavy [Reading] A man Who (Perhaps) Loves
And Remembers Too Much
Four In The Morning Dame Edith Sitwell [Poem] "The Allegro Negro Cocktail Shaker"
[G] = Great Reviews, Readings, or Poems of the Past
[B] = Brief Reviews
*A Book that the Editors Believe Merits Your Attention


Issue #267
www.ralphmag.org/IO/indexIO.html
Mid-Fall 2015
Title Author Publisher Subject
The Wrong Icehouse
Bladder Bags
Crowned Cranes
A General in the Chinese Army
Ryszard Kapuscinski
Beavers in Florida
Plato and Platypus
The Readers of RALPH [Letters] Correspondence with the Magazine
Concerning Previous
Reviews, Articles,
Poems, Readings, and
Letters to RALPH
Twelve Neglected Novels The Editors of RALPH [List] Some of Great Novels
That Have Come to Us
Over the Last Two Years
Idyll Threats Stephane Gayle (Seventh Street Books) A Cop from the Big City
Resigns to Solve Murders in Idyll CT
I Can Give You Anything But Love Gary Indiana (Rizzoli) A Kind of an Autobiography Seeded with Some Reportage
And No End of, ulp, The Beast. With Two. Backs.
The Liar's Wife
Four Novellas
Mary Gordon (Brilliance Audio) Four Attempts to Resolve the Usual Catholic Paradox
Favored by the Author
The Ville Rat Martin Limén (Soho) A Visit with Detectives in South Korea
With Good if not Overwhelming Local Color
Like a Beggar* Ellen Bass (Copper Canyon) Poetry of the
"You Ain't Seen Nothin' Yet" School
Woodpeckers of the World*
A Photographic Guide
Gerard Gorman (Firefly) 1,000 Photographs of the
239 Piciformes Worldwide
Enabling Acts
The Hidden Story of How the Americans
with Disabilities Act Gave The Largest U. S. Minority
its Rights
Lennard J. Davis (Beacon Press) An Exhaustive Study of the
Formation of the ADA
The Moonstone*
A Romance
Wilkie Collins (Naxos) A Knockout Audio Version of the Famed
Thriller from 1868
More Harm than Good [G]
What Your Doctor May Not
Tell You about Common Treatments
And Procedures
Alan Zelicoff, M.D.
Michael Bellomo
(Amacom) A Fascinating Study of the Treatments
That May Leave You Worse Off
Help Your Dog Fight Cancer [G]
What Every Caretaker Should Know About Canine Cancer
Laurie Kaplan (Kaplan) More Than You May Ever
Want to Know about
The Illnesses of Your Pet
Letter from Seattle Dr. Phage [Article] Thoughts on Twitter, Twaddle, Twerp, and Trump
Along with the Vandalism of the Glassy
Works of Dale Chihuly
The New Silence Mark Morford [Reading] A New (And Alarming)
Silence on the Bird Front
Benny's Scratch Pad
The House of the Dealer
Gary Indiana [Reading] The Volcanic Trash From
Out the Front Door
The Burning Ghats
India, 1900
Helena Petrovna Blavatsky [Reading] Scenes from Early Vistas of India
A Head Full of Maggots
Reconstructing the Crime Scene
Wilkie Collins [Reading] A Great Scene of Rebellion in the Ranks
from The Moonstone
Ordinary Sex
Ode to the Fish
Ellen Bass [Poetry] Great Scenes of Love (And Fish)
From a Master Poet
[G] = Great Reviews, Readings, or Poems of the Past
[B] = Brief Reviews
*A Book that the Editors Believe Merits Your Attention


Issue #268
www.ralphmag.org/IP/indexIP.html
Late Fall 2015
Title Author Publisher Subject
Claude Debussy
Five Duffers & Five Million Dollars
The Readers of RALPH [Letters] Correspondence with the Magazine
Concerning Previous
Reviews, Articles,
Poems, Readings, and
Letters to RALPH
Twelve Great Pix The Editors of RALPH [List] Photographs that Appear with Our Reviews
That Seem to Generate the Most Interest
The Essential Ginsberg* Allen Ginsberg
Michael Schumacher, Editor
(Harper Perennial) An Excellent Collection of Ginsberg's
Poems, Essays, Criticism, and
Best of All, His Astute Interviews
Peterson Reference Guide to Owls
Of North America and the Caribbean
Scott Weidensaul (Houghton Mifflin) Thirty-nine Species of Owls of United States,
Canada, Mexico, and various islands of the Caribbean
With Hundreds of Fine Photographs
The Shift
One Nurse, Twelve Hours, Four Patients' Lives
Theresa Brown (Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill) Full Time Nurse on the Oncology Ward ---
With Some Agonizing Moments (And Surprises)/th>
Walking with Abel*
Journeys with the Nomads
Of the African Savannah
Anna Badkhen (Riverhead) A Year with the Cow-herders of Mali ---
Filled with Some Astonishing Moments of Beauty
God's Bankers
A History of Money and
Power at the Vatican
Gerald Posner (Simon & Schuster) A Heavily Annotated Study of
The Finances of the Mother Church
The Hare with Amber Eyes
A Hidden Inheritance
Edmund de Waal (Vintage) A Wonderful History of a Family
(With a Great Collection of Netsuke)
The Martian* Andy Weir
R. C. Bray, Reader
(Brilliance Audio) A Wonderful Reading of the Now-
Famous Classic of Survival
(Where None Should Survive)
The Vienna Melody* Ernst Lothar (Europa Editions) A Classic Novel of the Old School:
A Vienna Family from 1890 - 1945
Solo
A James Bond Novel
William Boyd (Vintage) In Which a Veteran Writer Tries to ---
And Succeeds in --- Out-Fleming Fleming
The Story of the Lost Child Elena Ferrante (Europa Editions) Elena and Lila in the Very Last (Alas!)
Novel of Their Life Together (and Apart)
The Lower River
A Novel of Africa
Paul Theroux (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt) You Go to Africa and Think You Got It
Only to Find Out That It's Got You
Crossroads
Women Coming of Age in Today's Uganda
Christopher Conte, Editor (Crossroads) Fourteen Women of a Coffee Cooperative of Uganda
Tell What It Is Really Like to Be Lively (and Active) in 21st Century Africa
The American People
In World War II [G]
David M. Kennedy (Oxford) A Superb History of 1941 - 1945
Filled with a Series of Unbelievable
(And Forgotten) Events
Another Day of Life[G] Ryszard Kapuściński (Harcourt Brace Jovanovich) The Polish Journalist Who Went Anywhere ---
In This Case Angola ---
When All the Others WereBailing Out
How the Stop the War Coalition Coalesced Jon Gallant [Article] How the STWC Viewed
The End of Communist Rule
(And Their Take on America's Role)
Alice's Adventures Under Ground
Charles Lutwidge Dodgson
Douglas Cruickshank [Article] How to Access the Real, True Copy of
The Original Alice in Wonderland
Playing Under Lenin,
Lenin and the Cheese Sandwich
Gary Shteyngart [Readings] Two Short Excessively Funny
Readings from Little Failure
Good News (and Three Others) Matt Walker [Poems] Four New Poems of the New
Neo-Realist School
Ordinary Sex
Ode to the Fish
Ellen Bass [Poetry] Great Scenes of Love (And Fish)
From a Master Poet
[G] = Great Reviews, Readings, or Poems of the Past
[B] = Brief Reviews
*A Book that the Editors Believe Merits Your Attention


Issue #269
www.ralphmag.org/IQ/indexIQ.html
Early Winter 2015
Title Author Publisher Subject
Shostakovich's Symphonies and Soviet Politics
"I have wittenessed youre heathens picture of our Savior."
Signs and Machines: Maurizio Lazzarato
The Readers of RALPH [Letters] Correspondence with the Magazine
Concerning Previous
Reviews, Articles,
Poems, Readings, and
Letters to RALPH
Eleven Supposed Reviews The Editors of RALPH [List] Older Reviews that May
Defy the Scepticism of Our Editors
And Strain the Good Will of Our Readers
The Trace*
A Novel
Forrest Gander (New Directions) The Fearsome Story of Two Gringos
Lost in the Chihuahua Desert Amongst
A Band of Narcotraficantes
Symphony for the City of the Dead
Dmitri Shostakovich and the Siege of Leningrad
M. T. Anderson (Candlewick Press) The Evolution of Shostakovich's Music
Amidst Soviet Censorship and Harassment
Coming Ashore Catherine Gildner (ECW Press) An Unabashed Yank Intellectual
In Oxford, Cleveland, and Canada in
The early Seventies
Beauty is a Wound* Eka Kurniawan (New Directions) The Classic Epic Transferred to
Indonesia with a Full Cast of Ghosts,
Revolutionaries, and Whores
Blackass*
A Novel
A. Igoni Barrett (Graywolf Press) An Unemployed Man in Kenya
Is Suddenly, Overnight, Transformed
Into a Honky in Traffic-Filled Lagos
Moonshine, Monster Catfish,
And Other Southern Comforts
Travels in the American South
Burkhard Bilger (Arrow Books) Tall Tales Direct from
The Moonshine Stills, Cat Fish Spawning
Grounds and Cock Fight Rings
Iris Murdoch
As I Knew Her
A.N. Wilson (Arrow Books) The Famed Writer Dissolving
Into Alzheimer's as Told, Faithfully
by Her Writer Husband
The Milli Vanilli Condition*
Essays on Culture in
The New Millennium
Eduardo Espina (Arte Publico) A Variety of Essays --- Improbable, Astonishing ---
From a Fresh New Voice out of
The Wilds of Montevideo, Uruguay
The ALC We Do Not See
Africa's Invisible Art, Literature & Culture
Douglas Cruickshank [Article] Writings, Books, Exhibits, Collections
Designed to Prove that Africa Is
More than a Pernicious Basket-Case of Starvation,
Ignorance, and a Warring Post-Colonial Nightmare
American Windmills[G]
An Album of Historic Photographs
T. Lindsay Baker (University of Oklahoma) A Collection of More than 200 Photographs
Of the Great Driver/Mover of
19th Century Plains America
The Wisdom of Wilderness [G]
Experiencing the Healing Power of Nature
Gerald G. May (Harper/SanFrancisco) A Christian Psychiatrist Tells of
His Own Mystical Experiences
Nights in the Pink Motel [G]
An American Strategist's Pursuit of Peace in Iraq
Robert Earle (Naval Institute Press) Earle, Somewhat of a Misfit Himself, Tells of His Own Bizarre Adventures
In the Far East Reaches
Of the Second Bush's Administration
Not Rabies, Baby, But Baby Scabies [G]
L. W. Milam [Article] One Man's Pursuit of a Cure
For The Seven-Year Itch
The Clemson Cripmas Party L. W. Milam [Article] And His Suggestions for How
A Disgraced Fraternity from the Old South
Can Redeem Itself
The Seige of Leningrad
Matthew Tobin Anderson [Reading] 900 Days of Starvation
In the Freezing Days of
Early WWII
The Liquid Country of Memory Eduardo Espina [Reading] When a Tsunami Becomes
A Symbol of Water, Japan, and
"the Stimulus and Disorder of Acceptance."
Water As Literature Eduardo Espina [Reading] And When Virginia Woolf, Hart Crane, and
"A visually Inaugural Territory" Become One
"Good Girl," "What Do Women Want?"
and "You Don't Know What Love Is"
Kim Addonizio [Poetry] Four Contemporary and Powerful Poems
[G] = Great Reviews, Readings, or Poems of the Past
[B] = Brief Reviews
*A Book that the Editors Believe Merits Your Attention


Issue #270
www.ralphmag.org/IR/indexIR.html
Mid-Winter 2015 - 2016
Title Author Publisher Subject
T. S. Eliot Sticks It to Geo. Orwell
A Letter to Philip Glass
The Readers of RALPH [Letters] Correspondence with the Magazine
Concerning Previous
Reviews, Articles,
Poems, Readings, and
Letters to RALPH
Twelve Dynamite Books from
The Last Days of 2015
The Editors of RALPH [List] Some books from the late year
that received our much-coveted *star*
--- being a book of some merit.
Hardcore Zen*
Punk Rock, Monster Movies, and The Truth about Reality
Brad Warner (Wisdom) Zen Isn't What You Think; and What's More,
This So-Called Enlightenment Is
A Confounded Let-Down --- So Don't Bother.
But Do It!
The First Bad Man*
A Novel
Miranda July (Scribner) A Giantess Invades Her Home
And then a Tiny Babe. Zounds!
Words without Music*
A Memoir
Philip Glass (Liveright) This Glass Pretends He's a Composer
So He Can Drive Taxi and Plumb
--- And Write a Dynamite Memoir
The Argonauts* Maggie Nelson (Graywolf) Friendly Essays on Sex-Change Operations and
Having Babies and Chatting with the Babe In Utero
The Looking-Glass Sisters Gøhril Gabrielsen (Peirene) Two Very Chilly Ladies Living in the Northernmost
Part of Norway --- and Trying to Figure Out a Way
to Get Rid of Each Other
Wall Flower
A Life on the German Border
Rita Kuczynski (University of Toronto Press) She Was But a Child When the Ugly Fence Went Up
--- And She Spent the Next Twenty Years Depressed
(In the Arms of Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel)
How to Live Well with
Chronic Pain and Illness
A Mindful Guide
Toni Bernhard (Wisdom) Imagine Being Struck Down in a Doctor-Resistant Truma
That Drains YourEnergy, Your Well-Being, and even
Your Desire to Be With Friends and Family
Between the World and Me Ta-Nehisi Coates (Spiegel & Grau) This Slim, Everyone-Loves-It-Tome
Shows Itself to Be Filled with Insight
(And Way Too Much Ennui)
We Were Brothers Barry Moser (Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill) This Somewhat Famous Illustrator Tells Us
All about His Crappy Childhood with Brother Tommy
The City of Falling Angels[G] John Berendt (Sceptre --- 2005) The Word's Most Famous City Has Its
Ups and Downs (and Can Get Downright Stinky Too)
Human Rights in African Prisons[G] Jeremy Sarkin, Editor (Ohio University Press) A Roam through the Shadow Side of
Living with All the Stops Pulled Out
A Sense Sublime[G] Richard Quinney (Borderland Books) A Puzzling Story that Includes Meister Eckhart, William Wordsworth,
Wendell Berry, Lau-Tzu, and the Texas Zen Master, Willie Nelson
The Guise of Another[B] Allen Eskens (Seventh Street Books) A Detective and Drago Basta ---
"A Coldblooded Veteran of the Balkan Wars"
The War Reporter [B]
A Novel
Martin Fletcher (Thomas Dunne Books) All the Reasons You Could Ever Possibly Need
As to Why Your Should Never Got to Serbia
The Music of Gold Philip Glass [Reading] A Visit to the Serra Pelada Gold Mine in northern Brazil
A Contrarian Philosopher in East Berlin Rita Kuczynski University of Toronto Press The Proposed Ballet Drawn from
Hegel's Phenomenology of Spirit
Dirty Artists & The Clean Rich Joyce Cary [Reading] That Formidable Con Man and Artist Gully Jimson
At Loose Ends in the Land of the Rich
Starfish Eleanor Lerman [Poem] Floating, Floating Down the River
Millions of Us Lucky Starfish
[G] = Great Reviews, Readings, or Poems of the Past
[B] = Brief Reviews
*A Book that the Editors Believe Merits Your Attention

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