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2014/10/19 00:36
2014/10/19 00:36
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Above: Martin Amis, mid-discussion at the New Yorker Festival I spoke to Martin Amis at his house in January, shortly before publication of his twelfth novel, “The Pregnant Widow.” If you’re not...
2014/10/19 00:36
2014/10/19 00:36
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2014/10/17 10:13
2014/10/17 10:13
5d
As readers of spy fiction know, every secret agent has a handler, the person to whom the undercover operative reports. We've read about it in novels by Graham Greene and John le Carre, but how might...
2014/10/16 21:53
2014/10/16 21:53
6d
The hit TV series Peaky Blinders has placed Birmingham in the national spotlight. But how close to the truth is it?. In part one of a two part series, ZOE CHAMBERLAIN talks to historian and Mail...
2014/10/16 12:24
2014/10/16 12:24
6d
There is a phrase Irish mothers are particularly fond of and which in recent decades they have had increasing call to utter on a regular basis – “’Twas far from that you were reared”. The “that” is...
2014/10/14 14:50
2014/10/14 14:50
8d
War stories: Ashley Gilbertson at work in a fallen soldier's bedroom. Photo: Martin Fuchs The leaflet on the doctor's desk listed eight common symptoms of the Ebola virus. Australian photographer...
2014/10/11 22:48
2014/10/11 22:48
11d
Every fall professors across the country hand out course syllabi. These little documents outline things like the class schedule, learning outcomes, perhaps a grading rubric. Many also feature a list...
2014/10/10 16:37
2014/10/10 16:37
12d
When we last checked in on Claire Danes’s brilliant, bipolar agent Carrie Mathison she was watching in despair as her on-off lover Nicholas Brody (Damian Lewis) was hanged in front of a jeering mob in...
2014/10/09 12:09
2014/10/09 12:09
13d
Bill Maher and Sam Harris describe Islam as "the mother lode of bad ideas." (YouTube) Bill Maher, meet Arthur Schlesinger Jr. Last Friday, the cranky comedian, aided by atheist author Sam Harris,...
2014/10/09 01:16
2014/10/09 01:16
14d
Somerset Maugham and Graham Greene penned works here, writes Wynne Gray. The gorgeous eateries at the Hotel Metropole have a distinct Vietnamese feel. Photo / Supplied A pair of elderly, gleaming...
2014/10/08 11:11
2014/10/08 11:11
14d
Excluding important Arab writers from the literary dialogue also punishes US readers. Jordanian British poet and novelist Amjad Nasser was prevented from boarding a US-bound flight [Peter Money] On...
2014/10/07 08:42
2014/10/07 08:42
15d
Vietnam’s largest city has sprawled from the small Khmer village of Prey Nokor, once surrounded by prowling tigers, through a century of opium-raddled French colonialism, to today’s manic, modern...
2014/10/05 05:03
2014/10/05 05:03
17d
FICTION By Marilynne Robinson Farrar, Straus and Giroux 272 pages, $26 By Karen Brady NEWS BOOK REVIEWER Existence and “all the great storms that rise in it” are at the heart of Marilynne...
2014/10/04 00:49
2014/10/04 00:49
19d
The Great Train Robbery’s Irish mastermind Half a century after the famous heist one of the two survivors has spilled the beans on Patrick McKenna, a Belfast-born postmaster The Ulsterman: Patrick...
2014/10/03 14:48
2014/10/03 14:48
19d
For full functionality of this site it is necessary to enable JavaScript. Here are the instructions how to enable JavaScript in your web browser. A bedroom in the American Trade Hotel. Historic...
2014/10/03 12:34
2014/10/03 12:34
19d
... Two Faces of January" has the look and pedigree of a classic Hitchcock movie but about as much suspense as one of the ones from the master's late period, maybe "Torn Curtain" or "Topaz." The...
2014/09/28 09:09
2014/09/28 09:09
24d
Readers love to meet book authors. In this region, a nearby appearance frequently provides the opportunity to buy an autographed book and exchange a few words with favorite authors. Novelists David...
2014/09/26 19:43
2014/09/26 19:43
26d
Aside from Halloween, Mardi Gras and news reports of robberies and terrorism, masks don’t figure much in contemporary American life. They’re everywhere in cultural history, though, from ancient Greek...
2014/09/26 16:21
2014/09/26 16:21
26d
Dame Maggie Smith, David Bowie and Laurence Olivier as you've never seen them: Lord Snowdon photography exhibition opens in London today A portrait of Downton Abbey star Dame Maggie Smith taken by...
2014/09/25 14:13
2014/09/25 14:13
27d
The archive features diaries, drafts of scripts and books, and rehearsal and planning notes from productions, including the radical 1970 Midsummer Night’s Dream for the Royal Shakespeare Company, with...
2014/09/25 11:00
2014/09/25 11:00
27d
The upcoming feature film, “Te Ata,” follows the life of the performer from her childhood in Emet in the Chickasaw Nation to her years at the Oklahoma Women’s College, her marriage and how she...
2014/10/19 00:36
2014/10/19 00:36
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