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2014/04/24 14:09
2014/04/24 14:09
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Mark Shand with his elder sister, the Duchess of Cornwall (REX) By now Shand was passionate about the long-term welfare of the Asian elephant. He had a cause. In 2002 he gave up his “day job”...
2014/04/24 14:09
2014/04/24 14:09
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2014/04/23 15:41
2014/04/23 15:41
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KPBS arts reporter Beth Accomando speaks with the director and cast of Coronado Playhouse's "Sherlock Holmes: The Final Adventure" to find out what makes the great detective so popular after 127...
2014/04/23 15:24
2014/04/23 15:24
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Rohinton Mistry (1995) Set during the Emergency of 1970 (a period marked by political unrest, torture and detentions), Mistry is critical of then-prime minister Indira Gandhi, although she is never...
2014/04/21 10:42
2014/04/21 10:42
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I can trace my early career interests along a vector of science literature that began in elementary school, with Paul de Kruif’s 1926 classic, Microbe Hunters, continued with Berton Roueche’s...
2014/04/19 01:58
2014/04/19 01:58
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The public telling of young Ben Underwood’s inspirational life and untimely death began with a series of stories by Sacramento Bee reporter Cynthia Hubert, published between May 2006 and January 2009....
2014/04/18 22:31
2014/04/18 22:31
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There's something about watching grown men go totally silly on stage that is incredibly funny and exhilarating, especially when those men are Ron Campbell, Darren Bridgett and Michael Gene Sullivan,...
2014/04/18 22:23
2014/04/18 22:23
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By Mike Collett-White LONDON (Reuters) - A long-lost, unfinished Graham Greene novel is being serialized in a U.S. magazine this month, and the editor may invite readers to complete it. "The Empty...
2014/04/17 17:20
2014/04/17 17:20
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By Thomas GoetzGotham Books, $27, 289 pages, illustrated If almost everyone knows Arthur Conan Doyle as the creator of Sherlock Holmes, few remember today that he was actually a medical practitioner,...
2014/04/17 11:24
2014/04/17 11:24
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Atlantic Books, 355pp, £17.99 In her 1939 essay “The Art of Biography”, Virginia Woolf described this as “the most restricted of all the arts”. “The novelist is free; the biographer is tied,” she...
2014/04/15 19:35
2014/04/15 19:35
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Wednesday, April 16, 2014He craved more, more and even more stuff. "I think he went a bit loopy after his wife died," whispered the woman standing next to me as we stood in Sir John Soane's Museum...
2014/04/12 23:37
2014/04/12 23:37
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Two factors have led to their return; the ease of producing e-books, often undertaken by relatives from reverted rights, and the soaring collectors’ market for secondhand paperbacks, especially ones...
2014/04/11 12:26
2014/04/11 12:26
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Northanger Abbey, by Val McDermid, Borough Press, RRP£18.99, 352 pages The appetite we have for good-naturedly violating the fiction of Jane Austen is inexhaustible. Other classic writers –...
2014/04/10 16:18
2014/04/10 16:18
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But in the July 1891 issue of “The Strand Magazine,” Doyle published the first short story starring Holmes. That’s when the detective began to take off in popularity. Even early on, readers wanted to...
2014/04/10 13:47
2014/04/10 13:47
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Sherlock Holmes fans are celebrating after it was announced that Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s former Hindhead home has been "saved". Undershaw, built in 1896, was designed by the author himself and was...
2014/04/09 17:37
2014/04/09 17:37
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But the Pop Artist, who built a fortune by mass-producing other people’s creations, may never have actually said those words it has emerged. The original aphorism has been traced back to a 1968...
2014/04/09 13:41
2014/04/09 13:41
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But for me this synopsis brings to mind the original Sherlock Holmes saga -- and the downside of a bestseller in any era, Victorian or today. In her column, "Bring Me My Dragons!," this week, the New...
2014/04/09 09:09
2014/04/09 09:09
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Wayne liked the novels of Agatha Christie but his two favourite books were written by Arthur Conan Doyle and both are historical novels – The White Company (1891) and Sir Nigel (1906) – both set...
2014/04/08 20:16
2014/04/08 20:16
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What makes a sport a good subject for a novel? On American shelves, baseball is king: it often feels disproportionately represented in literature, especially with football and basketball taking up so...
2014/04/08 03:00
2014/04/08 03:00
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2014/04/07 19:38
2014/04/07 19:38
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Shrouded in fog, lashed by bitter winds, the gloomy expanse of the Devonshire moors is home to an unexpected mashup of high jinks and dread in the "The Hound of the Baskervilles." Sir Arthur Conan...
2014/04/24 14:09
2014/04/24 14:09
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