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  • One of the more interesting books I've read in recent years, really since I've retired, was a book about the Renaissance about how — it's called The Worldly Goods by Lisa Jardin who talks about some of the economic aspects of the Renaissance.

    Oral History Interview with John Medlin, May 24, 1999. Interview I-0076. Southern Oral History Program Collection (#4007)

  • MTV: Swizz Beatz Bringing New "Worldly" Sounds to Jay-Z's Next Album

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  • Listen Online: BBC Radio Interview: Jimmy Wales Wants to Make Wikipedia More "Worldly"

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  • The plot of "All Our Worldly Goods" spans approximately 30 years, from before World War I to the German invasion of France in 1940.

    A Supremely Disabused Writer

  • The irony is that there are no Jewish characters in "All Our Worldly Goods"—as there are no Jewish characters in "Suite Française."

    A Supremely Disabused Writer

  • If the war did not end by the time "All Our Worldly Goods" ends—at the French surrender—then Némirovsky had no choice but to open the wounds again in her subsequent novel, "Suite Française."

    A Supremely Disabused Writer

  • In 1941, Gringoire would serialize her last completed novel, "All Our Worldly Goods," which has now appeared in English for the first time.

    A Supremely Disabused Writer

  • Ms. Nasar, the author of "A Beautiful Mind" (1998), the story of the mathematician John Nash, is a superb writer, fully meeting the standard set by Robert Heilbroner, in his "The Worldly Philosophers" (1953), for graceful writing on a difficult subject.

    Follow the Money

  • Least Worldly Travelers: We can maybe forgive the Amazing Race teams for not being able to find Ghana — the country they were in at the time — on a map last week, but there is no excuse for Nick DeCarlo asking a Ghanaian cabbie to drive him to ... the Arctic Circle.

    Top Moments: Crazy Love on Parenthood, Mad Men and The Good Wife

  • By the summer of 2008, Ms. Robinson had earned enough to pay for a professional website and logo for the company, now known as Live Worldly LLC.

    Start-Ups on a Shoestring

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