Your Morning Cup of Links

Inside the world’s first all-female Special Forces unit: Norway’s Jegertroppen

If you watched The Ten Commandments this weekend (as you should have) you’ll find this interesting.

Some sad truth from Harold Bloom:

“I’ve had too many polemics in my life,” he says. “For 50 years I fought the death of humanistic studies in the universities and colleges and, in general, the failure of our intellectual education.” He’s tired of fighting, he says. “We lost the war,” he adds. “All I can do now is a kind of guerrilla action, but in the end there’s only Shakespeare.”

John Tierney argues that no institution has done more to help the poor than Wal-Mart 

A new biography of Martin Luther reveals the life beyond the theses

Who is the biggest publisher of foreign fiction translated into English? Amazon.

How the Pope’s 16th-century chef revolutionized cooking

George Eliot under the microscope

The first Tupperware party, and the woman who made the product a household name

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