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The Father and Son Who Believed in Faeries Charles Altamont Doyle was a talented artist, sometimes depressive, and a believer in fairies—a trait he passed along to his son, Arthur Conan Doyle
The Evidence at Hand “Joseph’s Bloody Coat Brought to Jacob,” by Diego Velázquez, 1630. © The Bridgeman Art Library
Father of the Year Awards Winter 2012, “Family”
Anne Bradstreet & Franz Kafka Thanks a Lot, Dad
Lorenzo de’ Medici & William Shakespeare Fatherly Advice
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