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James Carroll

The labyrinth of Iraq

By James Carroll
October 10, 2005

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THE ANCIENT myth has it that a person entering the maze will never find the way out. As if that were not terrifying enough, inside the maze lives the beast whose special appetite is for the young. The maze is a cluster of tricks, paths to nowhere, the realm of dead ends. There is no escape. The young must fear ... (Full article: 756 words)

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