Long Reads Of The Week – 12 July

5 great stories you may have missed from around the web

1 | Writing for New York Times Magzine, Nicholas Dawidoff profiles 'the most influential photographer alive' Robert Frank in 'The Man Who Saw America'.

2 | For the New Yorker, Lena Dunham reflects on 'The Bride In Her Head' and how marriage equality in America has made her reevaluate her politics.

3 | Chris Catrambone is the millionaire who, appalled by migrant deaths in the Mediterranean, bought a boat and launched his own rescue mission. For the Guardian, Giles Tremlett tell his story.

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4 | Following the massacre of their staff earlier this year, once-struggling magazine Charlie Hedo is now loaded – so what happens next? Vanity Fair's Roger Cohen has the story.

5 | In 'The Mixed-Up Brothers of Bogota', New York Times Magazine's Susan Dominus tells the remarkable story of two pairs of Colombian identical twins who were raised as two pairs of fraternal twins following a hospital mix up – and how they found each other.

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