Literary Nonfiction

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Proteins are essential to life. The interior of a cell is made up of thousands of different proteins, carrying out most of the work of a cell.

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In a more innocent time in New York City, before the 9/11 catastrophe, Richard Gallin cavalierly counseled his under-achieving son, “Pretend to be a thing all your life and at the end of your life,

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