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An essay by Rowan Williams. Sam Thrope reviews the film Shadow in Baghdad, John Hobbins reviews Robert Alter's translation and commentary of Joshua–2 Kings, and more. Also, interviews with Stephanie Paulsell, Helene Wecker, and more.