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2014/07/28 15:50
2014/07/28 15:50
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Since 2009, no commencement season or back-to-college September has passed without deluge of denunciations of upscale, liberal-arts colleges. Journalistic exposes, arm-waving jeremiads, sober...
2014/07/28 15:50
2014/07/28 15:50
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2014/07/23 11:42
2014/07/23 11:42
6d
Tell your loved ones what you really think of them. Tell your boss that you have seen an image of them on the skirting board and when they bend over to look at it, kick them up the backside. Withdraw...
2014/07/23 08:54
2014/07/23 08:54
6d
NOT SO GAY PAREE Emmanuelle Devos (left) plays Violette Leduc, a talented but marginalized contemporary of Albert Camus and Simone de Beauvoir. The superb French biopic Violette by Martin Provost...
2014/07/23 08:06
2014/07/23 08:06
6d
Lambert here: Germane to our Ukraine discussion. And assuming, which not all assume, that ISIS is for realz. “There are causes worth dying for, but none worth killing for” – Albert Camus The world...
2014/07/21 16:04
2014/07/21 16:04
7d
You grew up in Phenix City, but ended up in New York City. How did that happen? After the Marine Corps, I attended the University of Georgia and was then accepted to The Whitney Museum Independent...
2014/07/19 23:51
2014/07/19 23:51
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Vernon Kay: Life as I know it TV PRESENTER Vernon, 40, lives in Buckinghamshire with his wife Tess Daly and their daughters Phoebe, nine, and Amber, five Not a lot of people know this but I’m very...
2014/07/19 17:45
2014/07/19 17:45
9d
THE Auvergne villagers who saved thousands of Jews have inspired two fine books, says Roger Hutchinson VILLAGE OF SECRETS by Caroline Moorehead Chatto & Windus, 384pp, £20 THE GREATEST ESCAPE by...
2014/07/19 05:15
2014/07/19 05:15
10d
In his Nobel Prize acceptance speech, delivered in 1957, Albert Camus said: “The writer’s role is not free from difficult duties. By definition he cannot put himself today in the service of those who...
2014/07/18 00:49
2014/07/18 00:49
11d
All by himself: Has Robin Thicke just released "one of the creepiest albums ever made"? After recent live Twitter Q&A, Blurred Lines singer's fall from commercial and critical grace looks...
2014/07/17 16:13
2014/07/17 16:13
11d
The Greatest Escape: How One French Community Saved Thousands of Lives from the Nazis by Peter Grose (Nicholas Brealey, £16.99) Le Chambon-sur-Lignon is a village on a plateau in the eastern Massif...
2014/07/17 09:29
2014/07/17 09:29
12d
When a crowd of people took the Bastille, the hulking prison in eastern Paris symbolizing the power of the monarchy, on July 14, 1789, they launched the French Revolution. This explains why popular...
2014/07/15 22:15
2014/07/15 22:15
13d
... is a luxury, fiction is a necessity", according to G. K. Chesterton. Albert Camus had said, "The purpose of a writer is to keep civilization from destroying itself". John Steinbeck had...
2014/07/14 23:48
2014/07/14 23:48
14d
I got sober two years ago. It was the best decision of my life. It’s probably the only reason I still have any life worth living at all. I’m not sure why I drank the way I did. There are neurological...
2014/07/14 20:46
2014/07/14 20:46
14d
As the French celebrate their national holiday on July 14, the love for their country will be on full display. What better way to mark Bastille Day than to give La Belle France kudos for the many...
2014/07/14 14:16
2014/07/14 14:16
14d
Gordimer described Achebe, well-known for his novel Things Fall Apart, as a fearless writer; the eponymous "man of the people". His weapon, she said, was a "blade of humour" poised in battle against...
2014/07/12 23:02
2014/07/12 23:02
16d
... is unbearable, drives us to despair, offering us for a minute the glimpse of an eternity that we should like to stretch out over the whole of time.” -Albert Camus After a week at Starts With...
2014/07/11 17:47
2014/07/11 17:47
17d
Back when the World Cup was in those exciting and unpredictable first rounds, we were playing away at Penguin's imaginary books World Cup, where an England with JK Rowling, George Orwell and Agatha...
2014/07/11 16:58
2014/07/11 16:58
17d
... the nihilistic modernist classic by Albert Camus, seems an utterly unlikely candidate for a musical. There’s not even a glimmer of hope, much less a happy ending, in this 1945 play about an insanely...
2014/07/10 06:49
2014/07/10 06:49
19d
Lara Marlowe: Life in the 7th arrondissement There’s only one rule for renting or buying in Paris: you have to have a ‘coup de foudre’. If that initial spark isn’t there, you’ll be overwhelmed by...
2014/07/10 00:09
2014/07/10 00:09
19d
It takes guts to unmask a household name. Until recently, not only did the public not know what their heroes were capable of, we didn’t especially want to know. Feltz thought Harris’s groping was an...
2014/07/28 15:50
2014/07/28 15:50
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