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2015/05/26 22:19
2015/05/26 22:19
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Way back in that innocent year 1959, a young professor of English at Yale published a slender volume of literary criticism called “Shelley’s Mythmaking,” an erudite and transgressive analysis of the...
2015/05/26 22:19
2015/05/26 22:19
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2015/05/25 04:26
2015/05/25 04:26
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The Civil War turned out to be a bloody war of attrition, where defensive firepower so overwhelmed the offense that the soldiers mostly just stood there and watched each other die.Credit COURTESY...
2015/05/22 01:05
2015/05/22 01:05
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The studio and garden of the late Mexican painter Frida Kahlo has been recreated in New York as part of a new exhibition of her work. The presentation 'Frida Kahlo: Art, Garden, Life' focuses of the...
2015/05/21 12:49
2015/05/21 12:49
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Under the covers: the secrets of the relationship between authors and editors Sarah Bannan introduces her new series, Authors and Editors, an attempt to discover when, how and why the work of art is...
2015/05/21 12:42
2015/05/21 12:42
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What’s in a face? It was claimed this week that a portrait of Shakespeare made during his lifetime has been discovered hiding in plain sight, on the frontispiece of John Gerard’s book The Herball. The...
2015/05/21 05:26
2015/05/21 05:26
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Paolo Javier is a champion for the arts heritage of his borough. Jen Bervin, a visual artist and a poet, first read Emily Dickinson as most people who read Emily Dickinson do, in a poetry collection...
2015/05/20 09:24
2015/05/20 09:24
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... spring is its own season.” So T S Eliot remarks at the start of “Little Gidding”, reminding us that, in the time “between melting and freezing/The soul’s sap quivers” – and we recognise...
2015/05/18 06:26
2015/05/18 06:26
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... Kahlo: Art, Garden, Life,” at the New York Botanical Garden, in the Bronx, centers on a luxuriant installation in the institution’s grand old Conservatory. A long walkway is flanked by scores...
2015/05/16 01:40
2015/05/16 01:40
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Friday in Bozeman, students recognized Peace Officers Memorial Day by writing letters to deputies to show support and appreciation. More from NBC Montana Third graders at Emily Dickinson Elementary...
2015/05/15 17:10
2015/05/15 17:10
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Today is Friday, May 15, the 135th day of 2015. There are 230 days left in the year. On this date: In 1911, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that Standard Oil Co. was a monopoly in violation of the...
2015/05/15 13:45
2015/05/15 13:45
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It seems somehow more appropriate to celebrate Emily Dickinson's death anniversary, rather than her birthday. After all, she's remembered as much for her morbidly enigmatic poetry as her decision to...
2015/05/15 12:00
2015/05/15 12:00
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Katherine Ann Porter was honored on a stamp issued in May 2006 in Kyle. (U.S. Postal Service/file) Good morning, it’s Friday, May 15, the 135th day of 2015. There are 230 days left in the year. We’ll...
2015/05/15 11:09
2015/05/15 11:09
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Danger zone: May 15, 1915: "With a large number of Americans on board the Cunard liner Transylvania is now in the war zone. No assurances have been received from the Germans that she will not be sunk...
2015/05/14 17:18
2015/05/14 17:18
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For most students, the worst thing about multiple-choice tests is the ScanTrons with rectangles instead of bubbles. You know the ones I’m talking about. For me, choosing the correct answer is only...
2015/05/12 12:19
2015/05/12 12:19
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Poet Mary Ruefle (Photo by Matt Valentine/Courtesy of Wave Books) The poet Mary Ruefle knows how to put words down on the page — and how to take them away. In 2006, she published “A Little White...
2015/05/11 16:24
2015/05/11 16:24
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In 1819 a story called The Vampyre was published, in which the creature who traditionally looked like a hobbit and lived down a mole hole was refashioned as a melancholy aristocrat in riding boots and...
2015/05/11 05:41
2015/05/11 05:41
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The music of Kristian Matsson (who records as the Tallest Man on Earth) doesn't carry the same loneliness of other heartbroken folkies; Matsson's music, instead, has solitude. Loneliness is a...
2015/05/10 09:53
2015/05/10 09:53
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YONKERS, N.Y. -- Sarah Lawrence College will showcase faculty and alumni honored by ArtsWestchester during its “50 for 50” celebration at 8 p.m. Friday in the Heimbold Visual Arts Center, 915 Kimball...
2015/05/08 07:57
2015/05/08 07:57
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The month of May and mothers have been linked for over a century now, but the calendar connection is stronger than just this coming Sunday's special occasion. Starting the month by honoring the...
2015/05/08 07:49
2015/05/08 07:49
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... summer releases to watch out for New novels from Milan Kundera, Paul Murray and Nuala Ní Chonchúir are among the season's highlights Emily Dickinson: Miss Emily by Nuala Ní Chonchúir (August,...
2015/05/26 22:19
2015/05/26 22:19
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