• Seven of the Best Noir Novels of the 1960s and 1970s

    Silvia Moreno-Garcia on the international noir that inspired her vision of Mexico City in 1971.

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    A Love of Mystery Is Woven Into Our Biology, and Edgar Allan Poe Was the First to Find the Formula for a Very Specific Dopamine Hit

    The Rue Morgue In the spring of 1841, at the age of thirty-two, Edgar Allan Poe decided to write a new kind of short story....

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