Lee Siegel

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Name: Lee Siegel
First reported Jul 16 2014 - Updated Jul 16 2014 - 1 reports

Death Panels? Obama Admin May Pay Doctors to Conduct “End of Life” Discussions With Patients

recent Politico Magazine article titled, “Let’s Talk About Death Panels,” Harold Pollack urges reviving one of the most notorious proposals that did not make it into the Obama Health Car Law – “advance planning consultations.”During the debate over Obamacare’s ... [Published LifeNews.com - Jul 16 2014]
First reported Jul 03 2014 - Updated Jul 03 2014 - 1 reports

New Yorker Fact Checkers Strike (i.e., Go On Strike) Again

The New Yorker ’s Lee Siegel manages to make a hash of in article you’d expect would be impossible to mess up: a report on the friendship between Groucho Marx and T.S. Eliot.Siegel is writing a “short critical biography” of Groucho, and while I’m happy ... [Published National Review - Jul 03 2014]
First reported May 16 2014 - Updated May 17 2014 - 1 reports

Catching HIV budding from cells: it all comes down to ALIX

DiscoveryCatching HIV budding from cells: it all comes down to ALIX Study shows last-minute role of specific protein named ALIX Scanning electron micrograph of HIV-1 budding from a cultured cell. Credit and Larger Version May 16, 2014 The ... [Published The Sietch Blog - May 16 2014]
Entities: HIV/AIDS, Protein, Virus
First reported Feb 17 2014 - Updated Feb 17 2014 - 1 reports

Can We Read The News As Literature?

Lee Siegel suggests that, in the wake of news scandals such as the Woody Allen and Dylan Farrow case , “you could be forgiven for feeling that literary art … has been largely displaced by life—or, at least, by the pictures of life ceaselessly produced ... [Published The Daily Dish | By Andrew Sullivan - Feb 17 2014]
First reported Feb 14 2014 - Updated Feb 14 2014 - 1 reports

"Or maybe our attempts to get at the truth of an imbroglio, like that involving Farrow and Allen, reflect a frustrated aspiration to retrieve some kind of shared, collective truth, period."

That's one sentence in a belabored essay by Lee Siegel titled "Is the News Replacing Literature?" Subheading that appears at the top of my browser but not on the page: "Woody Allen and Dylan Farrow v. Proust and Kafka." Of course, Woody Allen has written ... [Published Althouse - Feb 14 2014]

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Catching HIV budding from cells: it all comes d... [Published The Sietch Blog - May 16 2014]
DiscoveryCatching HIV budding from cells: it all comes down to ALIX Study shows last-minute role of specific protein named ALIX Scanning electron micrograph of HIV-1 budding from a cultured cell. Credit and Larger Version May 16, 2014 The ...
Can We Read The News As Literature? [Published The Daily Dish | By Andrew Sullivan - Feb 17 2014]
Lee Siegel suggests that, in the wake of news scandals such as the Woody Allen and Dylan Farrow case , “you could be forgiven for feeling that literary art … has been largely displaced by life—or, at least, by the pictures of life ceaselessly produced ...
"Or maybe our attempts to get at the truth of a... [Published Althouse - Feb 14 2014]
That's one sentence in a belabored essay by Lee Siegel titled "Is the News Replacing Literature?" Subheading that appears at the top of my browser but not on the page: "Woody Allen and Dylan Farrow v. Proust and Kafka." Of course, Woody Allen has written ...
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