Long Reads Of The Week: Hemingway, Tiger Woods And A Chess Champion Like No Others

1 | Computer programming is now on the school curriculum. Has the government been swayed by the power of Silicon Valley, or is it really that important that kids learn to code? For the Guardian, Gaby Hinsliff investigates.

2 | Football-mad and mobbed by girls: Magnus Carlsen is not your typical chess champion. The Telegraph's Nigel Farndale meets him.

3 | In the New York Review of Books, David Bromwich reviews a new exhibition of Ernest Hemingway's notes and letters, including some revealing exchanges with JD Salinger and John Steinbeck.

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4 | An lucid piece on extremely complex topic, the New York Times' Eula Biss writes on white guilt and identity

5 | "I peaked at 11, to be honest". In this interview with Time's Lorne Rubenstein, Tiger Woods discusses the highs and lows of his career and the very real possibility that he won't play again past his 40th birthday.

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