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- Appeals court upholds Obamacare tax as constitutional
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Topic - Jeffrey Eugenides
"Middlesex" author Jeffrey Eugenides doesn't remember everything about the night he was given a Whiting Writers' Award, but he has never forgotten how the honor received early in his career helped make his Pulitzer Prize-winning novel possible.
Novelist Jeffrey Eugenides, science-technology writer James Gleick and the late historian Manning Marable were among the nominees announced for the National Book Critics Circle awards
As an undergraduate at Brown University, Jeffrey Eugenides never imagined he would be living like this.