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Find this fascinating—and totally alarming. (Fair, though, which is saying something considering how much 'Princeton Mom' gave the writer to go on.) Think I should be having all sorts of feminist angst, but mostly feel sad for her: It's a hard life that'd leave a fiftysomething woman pining for Princeton, exalting her sons to levels one can only hope embarrass them, and projecting so much of her dissatisfaction and regret onto the whole of womankind.

in memoriam 'A Beautiful Mind' Inspiration Josh Nash Dies at 86