April 20th 2017, New York Times

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1952 Bernard Malamud novel made into a hit 1984 movie
Active volcano feature
Alone
'And thereby hangs ___': 'As You Like It'
Antihero of 'A Clockwork Orange'
Back talk
Beauty in 'Beauty and the Beast'
Blue note?
Brooch
Certain trank
Chew toy alternative
Columbia, e.g
Compare, in a way
Corvette feature
Courtly term of address
Departed
Designation for U.K. vessels
Economy, for one
Emergency procedure, briefly
Emulate a 2-Down
Entirety
Eric's seafaring son
Excepting
Feuding
Fit
France's Côte d'___
Function for a buffalo hide
Go here and there
Halfway through a stage routine
'I didn't know you disliked shiny fabrics!,' e.g.?
Influence for Enya, historically
It's a drag
It's often rigged
Lacking a purpose in life
Law of ancient times
Libertines
'___ longa, vita brevis'
Many an insect repellent
Name of five Norwegian kings
Not forget
One of a group of 18
One side of China?
Organic jewelry material
Overindulging sort
Page 1, 3 or 5, usually
Pie chart features
Places to study the Talmud
Poker declaration
Pound on some Mexican food?
Power and economic development corp. started in 1933
Property of skim milk
Quick trip to pick up white zinfandel and blush?
Reach by air
Responsibility
Scratch
Sight in Micronesia
Something many Founding Fathers believed in
Soul maker
Sports org. headquartered in Indianapolis
Start of many an Italian pizzeria name
Starting
Strengthen
Stretches (out)
Suffuse
The Goddess of Pop
The Rolling Stones' '___ a Rainbow'
Track transaction
'Travel is ___ to prejudice, bigotry and narrow-mindedness': Twain
Unwavering
Vitamin and supplement retailer
Wear down
Went to night school, maybe
Why Japanese tipplers anticipate the afterlife?
Words meant to hurt