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2014/04/23 10:36
2014/04/23 10:36
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Gabriel García Márquez is admired in Europe as the author of One Hundred Years of Solitude and as a Latin American intellectual who speaks for the downtrodden of his continent, but his full story is...
2014/04/23 10:36
2014/04/23 10:36
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2014/04/23 06:56
2014/04/23 06:56
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A priceless First Folio of Shakespeare’s plays can now be viewed online, following months of painstaking digitisation work at the University of Leeds. The book is one of the most important...
2014/04/22 22:38
2014/04/22 22:38
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The Orient Express lets out a whistle and a chug, just as it did 130 years ago when it pulled out of Paris’s Gare de Strasbourg on its inaugural journey to Istanbul. Crowds of Parisians gathered to...
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 22:23
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 23:38
2014/04/17 23:38
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He was the first writer from the Third World to attain such universal acclamation and one of the few 20th-century writers anywhere to achieve the kind of critical and popular esteem that came to...
2014/04/14 13:26
2014/04/14 13:26
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SARAH FERGUSON, PRESENTER: He's the actor who stalked the nightmares of children all over the world. British star Ralph Fiennes is probably best known for his portrayal of Harry Potter's evil nemesis,...
2014/04/13 04:38
2014/04/13 04:38
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Alan Furst's other heroes of World War II (Column: Bookends) By Vikas Datta: Decades after it ended, the Second World War continues to inspire fiction, and there are thousands of works dealing with...
2014/04/10 19:30
2014/04/10 19:30
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And who better to ask — in this age of dwindling reading skills — than five authors, all established in their own right? A graduate of both Oxford University and Cambridge University, the Dubai-based...
2014/04/09 11:45
2014/04/09 11:45
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Legion of books delights Oxfam shop Tony Cooper with some of the books HISTORIANS talk about the spoils of war. Now the Oxfam bookshop in Chipping Norton has benefited after a mystery donor handed...
2014/04/08 21:27
2014/04/08 21:27
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But her reputation has never been secure. Once considered a peer to Evelyn Waugh and Graham Greene, Spark is now regarded as a bit of a curiosity, the chronicler of kinky nuns and schoolgirl intrigue,...
2014/04/08 16:35
2014/04/08 16:35
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Islanders say they first learned of the $250-million project when it appeared on the website of the Tourism Ministry last year. Ile-A-Vache, Haiti - For decades the mostly dirt-poor residents of the...
2014/04/06 13:27
2014/04/06 13:27
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Neglected islanders resist plan for Haiti tourism revival ILE-A-VACHE, Haiti (Reuters) - For decades the mostly dirt-poor residents of the small island of Ile-à-Vache off Haiti's south coast lived in...
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2014/04/06 04:34
2014/04/06 04:34
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Five years ago, I observed that American writer Ward Just was “… operating just below the radar. His steady stream of quality novels over more than 40 years put him in the running as a Pulitzer Prize...
2014/04/05 14:15
2014/04/05 14:15
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In search of the not-so-hidden world of George Orwell. It is unnervingly real. In a low-ceilinged cafe deep underground, the lunchtime food queue jerked slowly forward. The room was already very full...
2014/04/05 11:46
2014/04/05 11:46
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Photographer David Bailey, 76, is testing film in his London studio. He is dressed in a dollop of colourful clothes, which he wears loosely and carelessly, like a painter. His patchy white hair is...
2014/04/04 17:56
2014/04/04 17:56
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When it comes to a location with a colourful past, Brighton is without peer, writes Daniel Scott. While few Australians would fly 17,000 kilometres to shiver beside the grey-green English Channel on...
2014/04/03 14:16
2014/04/03 14:16
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... will be a big year for author Michael Lister. It's his 20th Anniversary as a writer and will see the publication of 3 new novels---one each from his 3 main series characters: John Jordan, Jimmy...
2014/04/02 23:52
2014/04/02 23:52
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Elvis Presley is related to all US presidents apart from Barack Obama[REX] - Admiral Lord Nelson’s last words were “Drink, drink. Fan, fan. Rub, rub”. He said them during his final minutes as he...
2014/03/29 17:20
2014/03/29 17:20
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Colonial class: The Orchid Conservatory. Photo: Supplied Aras Sobooti has my head tilted back and a blade at my throat. In any other circumstance this situation may be disconcerting, but here in the...
2014/04/23 10:36
2014/04/23 10:36
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