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2015/03/25 06:06
2015/03/25 06:06
3d
Yves here. We’ve said that fraud is the fastest growing business in the US, but the US is far from having a lock on that market. One of the proofs is the way our Richard Smith has turned chasing...
2015/03/25 06:06
2015/03/25 06:06
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2015/03/23 15:45
2015/03/23 15:45
5d
By Paul Kalanithi In residency, there’s a saying: The days are long, but the years are short. In neurosurgical training, the day usually began a little before 6 a.m., and lasted until the operating...
2015/03/22 04:07
2015/03/22 04:07
6d
NEW YORK -- As she takes in the despair of her in-laws' one-room apartment in "A Streetcar Named Desire," Blanche Dubois exclaims: "Only Poe! Only Mr. Edgar Allan Poe could do it justice!" Years...
2015/03/17 11:05
2015/03/17 11:05
11d
AND NOW CONFIRMING 11 PEOPLE DEAD. THEY SAID SOME OF THE VICTIMS WERE COUNTED MORE THAN ONCE. ETHAN: HAPPY SAINT PATRICK'S DAY. Graham Greene BEFORE YOU HEAD OUT THE DOOR AND WERE THAT PROBABLY. --...
2015/03/16 02:49
2015/03/16 02:49
12d
What the late Terry Pratchett did for fantasy. THERE was a secondary sense in which Terry Pratchett was interesting. He took a despised literary form, led it out from the corner, and made it...
2015/03/15 13:42
2015/03/15 13:42
13d
About two years ago, prematurely, the world’s media gave James the last rites: with valedictory interviews, hushed bulletins, sombre satellite appearances, and Australian TV anchors flying to his...
2015/03/14 17:48
2015/03/14 17:48
14d
Benson was part of the great tradition of intellectual Britons who converted to Catholicism—the tradition that gave us John Henry Newman, Gerard Manley Hopkins, G.K. Chesterton, Evelyn Waugh and...
2015/03/12 19:43
2015/03/12 19:43
16d
By its title alone, the choral opera “The Radio Hour” suggests images awash in nostalgia — 1940s families gathered around a talking machine broadcasting the latest single by the Andrews Sisters. But...
2015/03/12 18:12
2015/03/12 18:12
16d
To say that a writer is interesting is normally a completely bullshit phrase, there to draw attention to the superior culture of the critic who can form such Parnassian judgments about what matters....
2015/03/12 11:24
2015/03/12 11:24
16d
Harvill Secker, 228pp, £12.99 Take Graham Greene at his most world-weary or Evelyn Waugh at the extremes of his cackling wickedness – and they still come across as more hopeful than Denis Johnson in...
2015/03/11 08:49
2015/03/11 08:49
17d
Kate Hamer on her 21st-century fairytale, The Girl in the Red Coat Red means danger, from Little Red Riding Hood through Don’t Look Now to Schindler’s List, all influences on the author of a debut...
2015/03/08 21:03
2015/03/08 21:03
20d
Leaving Berlin By Joseph Kanon Atria Books 371 pages, $27 By Janice Okun NEWS BOOK REVIEWER It’s a grim and gray city that Alex Meier enters in Joseph Kanon’s newest thriller. It’s January...
2015/03/03 12:13
2015/03/03 12:13
25d
It says something about the mental concussion he must be experiencing that he’s doing book publicity days after newspaper reports that he was secretly filmed allegedly smoking crack cocaine in a den...
2015/03/02 01:09
2015/03/02 01:09
26d
And listening to some supporters of independence during the last couple of years you could be forgiven for thinking the UK had become what's known in international parlance as a "Failed State". Well...
2015/03/01 01:49
2015/03/01 01:49
27d
Review: I’m Not Here to Give a Speech, by Gabriel García Márquez This collection of speeches offers marvels of infectious charm and humanity, of a piece with the fiction, and equally haunting At a...
2015/02/28 16:35
2015/02/28 16:35
28d
Q. Which book/author should be banned on grounds of bad taste? A. None. If you don’t like a book, shut it, push it out of your mind and rinse with Listerine to get rid of the bad taste. Q. Which...
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