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The Daily Jeffersonian
Today in Historyis 69. Actress Meryl Streep is 67. Actress Lindsay Wagner is 67. Singer Alan Os
Today in History
The Daily Jeffersonian / Posted 4 days ago
is 69. Actress Meryl Streep is 67. Actress Lindsay Wagner is 67. Singer Alan Osmond is 67. Actor Murphy Cross is 66. Actor Graham Greene is 64. Pop singer Cyndi Lauper is 63. Actress Tracy Pollan is 56. Environmental activist Erin Brockovich is 56.... Read more
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The Champaign News-Gazette
This day in history, June 22, 2016is 67. Actress Meryl Streep is 67. Actress Lindsay Wagner is 67. Singer Alan Os
This day in history, June 22, 2016
The Champaign News-Gazette / Posted 4 days ago
is 67. Actress Meryl Streep is 67. Actress Lindsay Wagner is 67. Singer Alan Osmond is 67. Actor Murphy Cross is 66. Actor Graham Greene is 64. Pop singer Cyndi Lauper is 63. Actor Chris Lemmon is 62. Rock musician Derek Forbes is 60. Actor Tim... Read more
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KECI Missoula
June 22as "Girls Just Want to Have Fun," "Time After Time," "True Colors" and "She Bop
June 22
KECI Missoula / Posted 4 days ago
as "Girls Just Want to Have Fun," "Time After Time," "True Colors" and "She Bop," is born in Queens, New York. 1952: Actor Graham Greene, an Oscar-nominee for his performance in "Dances with Wolves," is born on the Six Nations Reserve in Ohsweken,... Read more
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Berkshire Eagle
Today in Historyis 67. Actress Meryl Streep is 67. Actress Lindsay Wagner is 67. Singer Alan Os
Today in History
Berkshire Eagle / Posted 4 days ago
is 67. Actress Meryl Streep is 67. Actress Lindsay Wagner is 67. Singer Alan Osmond is 67. Actor Murphy Cross is 66. Actor Graham Greene is 64. Pop singer Cyndi Lauper is 63. Actor Chris Lemmon is 62. Rock musician Derek Forbes is 60. Actor Tim... Read more
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Calgary Sun
'Ghostbusters' controversy: Ron Burgundy said it best, 'Nobody cares'the Dark Knight. Either way, you’ll still have bills to pay when in the real wo
'Ghostbusters' controversy: Ron Burgundy said it best, 'Nobody cares'
Calgary Sun / Posted 5 days ago
the Dark Knight. Either way, you’ll still have bills to pay when in the real world. A quote often attributed to the author Graham Greene involved someone in a lather about a bad movie made from one of his books. “They’ve ruined your novel!” the... Read more
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The Jewish Press
The ‘Arab Jew’ Invention of Bar-Ilan University’s Menachem KleinJewish women at the Casino Café, on the beach, which offered live music, weekly
The ‘Arab Jew’ Invention of Bar-Ilan University’s Menachem Klein
The Jewish Press / Posted 6 days ago
Jewish women at the Casino Café, on the beach, which offered live music, weekly formal dance nights and a crèche. Like a Graham Greene novel. The fatal death blow to the bucolic paradise came in 1948, when those accursed Zionists declared... Read more
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New Kerala
The Literary Express: How trains carried forward fiction (Column Bookends) - newkerala.com #75699its own charm and mystique that lends itself well to stories. And some famous a
The Literary Express: How trains carried forward fiction (Column Bookends) - newkerala.com #75699
New Kerala / Posted 14 days ago
its own charm and mystique that lends itself well to stories. And some famous authors, from Agatha Christie to Ian Fleming, Graham Greene to J.K. Rowling and Khushwant Singh to Satyajit Ray used it to great effect. This may be because trains are... Read more
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OregonLive.com
Portland's 2016 Restaurant of the Year: Coquinegnocchi? To find out, you need to learn more about Millard and Podbielski, who
Portland's 2016 Restaurant of the Year: Coquine
OregonLive.com / Posted 19 days ago
gnocchi? To find out, you need to learn more about Millard and Podbielski, who by age 18 had more passport stamps than a Graham Greene character. Millard was born in Rhodesia to a pair of missionaries, her father American, her mother Portuguese.... Read more
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The Hindu
Nalini Chettur on her journey with Gigglesyears, she has enjoyed reading books by authors such as V.S. Naipaul, R.K. Nara
Nalini Chettur on her journey with Giggles
The Hindu / Posted 19 days ago
years, she has enjoyed reading books by authors such as V.S. Naipaul, R.K. Narayan, Khushwant Singh, Jawaharlal Nehru and Graham Greene, among others. Likewise, she has also hosted several of these Nobel and Pulitzer Prize winners at her store.... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Tuesday's TV highlights: 'Person of Interest' and moreMSNBC Brighton Rock A baby-faced Richard Attenborough plays a ruthless English
Tuesday's TV highlights: 'Person of Interest' and more
Los Angeles Times / Posted 19 days ago
MSNBC Brighton Rock A baby-faced Richard Attenborough plays a ruthless English hoodlum in this 1947 adaptation of the Graham Greene novel. 7 p.m. Turner Classic Movies MI-5 “Game of Thrones’” Kit Harington stars in this 2015 espionage... Read more
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Londonist
Are These London's Smallest Pubs?tiny too. This Thames-side spot in Hammersmith was once a coffee house, before
Are These London's Smallest Pubs?
Londonist / Posted 22 days ago
tiny too. This Thames-side spot in Hammersmith was once a coffee house, before it was frequented by Ernest Hemmingway and Graham Greene (who probably went in for something stronger). Nowadays, it's owned by Fuller's and keeps its celebrity... Read more
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The Atlantic
How American Speech Took Over the Worldjuncture, the hard-boiled style was starting to influence British sensibilities
How American Speech Took Over the World
The Atlantic / Posted 24 days ago
juncture, the hard-boiled style was starting to influence British sensibilities, as demonstrated by the 1930s thrillers of Graham Greene or the films of Alfred Hitchcock. The American way was now a model for movie directors, just as it was for... Read more
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The New Statesman
The new X Factor line-up of old faces proves the show is beyond even nostalgiaa lack of standing in society, relative poverty can matter a great deal. In his
The new X Factor line-up of old faces proves the show is beyond even nostalgia
The New Statesman / Posted 25 days ago
a lack of standing in society, relative poverty can matter a great deal. In his wonderful comic novel Our Man in Havana, Graham Greene has a suave Cuban military interrogator remarking with a smile that he hasn’t tortured a suspect because the... Read more
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Slate
Why Aren’t There Working-Class People on TV Anymore?Frank Lloyd Wright’s labyrinthine home and studio in Oak Park, Illinois. Steph
Why Aren’t There Working-Class People on TV Anymore?
Slate / Posted 25 days ago
Frank Lloyd Wright’s labyrinthine home and studio in Oak Park, Illinois. Stephen: Dame Iris Murdoch’s writing and reading Graham Greene as an adult. A Slate Plus Special Feature: This podcast was produced by Ann Heppermann. Our intern is Lizzie... Read more
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The New Statesman
Why an expanding middle class is no guarantee of political freedoma lack of standing in society, relative poverty can matter a great deal. In his
Why an expanding middle class is no guarantee of political freedom
The New Statesman / Posted 25 days ago
a lack of standing in society, relative poverty can matter a great deal. In his wonderful comic novel Our Man in Havana, Graham Greene has a suave Cuban military interrogator remarking with a smile that he hasn’t tortured a suspect because the... Read more
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The New Statesman
Why an expanding middle class is no degree of political freedoma lack of standing in society, relative poverty can matter a great deal. In his
Why an expanding middle class is no degree of political freedom
The New Statesman / Posted 25 days ago
a lack of standing in society, relative poverty can matter a great deal. In his wonderful comic novel Our Man in Havana, Graham Greene has a suave Cuban military interrogator remarking with a smile that he hasn’t tortured a suspect because the... Read more
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Op-Ed News
Memorializing the Horrors of War with 10 Must-See War Filmsof the ravages of war, is a great film by anyone's standards. Set in postwar Eu
Memorializing the Horrors of War with 10 Must-See War Films
Op-Ed News / Posted 29 days ago
of the ravages of war, is a great film by anyone's standards. Set in postwar Europe, this bleak film (written by Graham Greene) sets forth the proposition that the corruption inherent in humanity means that the ranks of war are never... Read more
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Boston Globe
Taking the Ciclismo Classico Bike Travel Film Festival for a spinfocuses specifically on bicycle travel. Sounds plausible. Quick, what film mar
Taking the Ciclismo Classico Bike Travel Film Festival for a spin
Boston Globe / Posted 30 days ago
focuses specifically on bicycle travel. Sounds plausible. Quick, what film marks the first collaboration between writer Graham Greene and director Carol Reed? No, not “The Third Man.” That came next, after 1948’s “Fallen Idol,” which was based... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
An overlooked classic, ‘The Fallen Idol’ gets a triumphant rereleasebit as worthy as the movies that came before and after. Like “The Third Man,”
An overlooked classic, ‘The Fallen Idol’ gets a triumphant rerelease
Los Angeles Times / Posted a month ago
bit as worthy as the movies that came before and after. Like “The Third Man,” “Idol” has the advantage of a script by Graham Greene based on his own fiction, in this case a short story he considered “unfilmable.” But the trio of Greene, Reed... Read more
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The Courier
Patrick Holland tells rousing tale of Australia's last bushrangers, the Kenniffssearching for a grace they cannot name. Holland, 39, is influenced by adventur
Patrick Holland tells rousing tale of Australia's last bushrangers, the Kenniffs
The Courier / Posted a month ago
searching for a grace they cannot name. Holland, 39, is influenced by adventurers such as Rudyard Kipling, Joseph Conrad, Graham Greene and particularly Ernest Hemingway. His PhD at the University of Queensland, where he teaches creative writing,... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Patrick Holland tells rousing tale of Australia's last bushrangers, the Kenniffssearching for a grace they cannot name. Holland, 39, is influenced by adventur
Patrick Holland tells rousing tale of Australia's last bushrangers, the Kenniffs
Northern Daily Leader / Posted a month ago
searching for a grace they cannot name. Holland, 39, is influenced by adventurers such as Rudyard Kipling, Joseph Conrad, Graham Greene and particularly Ernest Hemingway. His PhD at the University of Queensland, where he teaches creative writing,... Read more
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The Young Witness
Patrick Holland tells rousing tale of Australia's last bushrangers, the Kenniffssearching for a grace they cannot name. Holland, 39, is influenced by adventur
Patrick Holland tells rousing tale of Australia's last bushrangers, the Kenniffs
The Young Witness / Posted a month ago
searching for a grace they cannot name. Holland, 39, is influenced by adventurers such as Rudyard Kipling, Joseph Conrad, Graham Greene and particularly Ernest Hemingway. His PhD at the University of Queensland, where he teaches creative writing,... Read more
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Western Advocate
Patrick Holland tells rousing tale of Australia's last bushrangers, the Kenniffssearching for a grace they cannot name. Holland, 39, is influenced by adventur
Patrick Holland tells rousing tale of Australia's last bushrangers, the Kenniffs
Western Advocate / Posted a month ago
searching for a grace they cannot name. Holland, 39, is influenced by adventurers such as Rudyard Kipling, Joseph Conrad, Graham Greene and particularly Ernest Hemingway. His PhD at the University of Queensland, where he teaches creative writing,... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Patrick Holland tells rousing tale of Australia's last bushrangers, the Kenniffssearching for a grace they cannot name. Holland, 39, is influenced by adventur
Patrick Holland tells rousing tale of Australia's last bushrangers, the Kenniffs
Kiama Independent / Posted a month ago
searching for a grace they cannot name. Holland, 39, is influenced by adventurers such as Rudyard Kipling, Joseph Conrad, Graham Greene and particularly Ernest Hemingway. His PhD at the University of Queensland, where he teaches creative writing,... Read more
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Manning River Times
Patrick Holland tells rousing tale of Australia's last bushrangers, the Kenniffssearching for a grace they cannot name. Holland, 39, is influenced by adventur
Patrick Holland tells rousing tale of Australia's last bushrangers, the Kenniffs
Manning River Times / Posted a month ago
searching for a grace they cannot name. Holland, 39, is influenced by adventurers such as Rudyard Kipling, Joseph Conrad, Graham Greene and particularly Ernest Hemingway. His PhD at the University of Queensland, where he teaches creative writing,... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Patrick Holland tells rousing tale of Australia's last bushrangers, the Kenniffssearching for a grace they cannot name. Holland, 39, is influenced by adventur
Patrick Holland tells rousing tale of Australia's last bushrangers, the Kenniffs
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted a month ago
searching for a grace they cannot name. Holland, 39, is influenced by adventurers such as Rudyard Kipling, Joseph Conrad, Graham Greene and particularly Ernest Hemingway. His PhD at the University of Queensland, where he teaches creative writing,... Read more
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The North West Star
Patrick Holland tells rousing tale of Australia's last bushrangers, the Kenniffssearching for a grace they cannot name. Holland, 39, is influenced by adventur
Patrick Holland tells rousing tale of Australia's last bushrangers, the Kenniffs
The North West Star / Posted a month ago
searching for a grace they cannot name. Holland, 39, is influenced by adventurers such as Rudyard Kipling, Joseph Conrad, Graham Greene and particularly Ernest Hemingway. His PhD at the University of Queensland, where he teaches creative writing,... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Patrick Holland tells rousing tale of Australia's last bushrangers, the Kenniffssearching for a grace they cannot name. Holland, 39, is influenced by adventur
Patrick Holland tells rousing tale of Australia's last bushrangers, the Kenniffs
Daily Liberal / Posted a month ago
searching for a grace they cannot name. Holland, 39, is influenced by adventurers such as Rudyard Kipling, Joseph Conrad, Graham Greene and particularly Ernest Hemingway. His PhD at the University of Queensland, where he teaches creative writing,... Read more
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The Border Mail
Patrick Holland tells rousing tale of Australia's last bushrangers, the Kenniffssearching for a grace they cannot name. Holland, 39, is influenced by adventur
Patrick Holland tells rousing tale of Australia's last bushrangers, the Kenniffs
The Border Mail / Posted a month ago
searching for a grace they cannot name. Holland, 39, is influenced by adventurers such as Rudyard Kipling, Joseph Conrad, Graham Greene and particularly Ernest Hemingway. His PhD at the University of Queensland, where he teaches creative writing,... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Patrick Holland tells rousing tale of Australia's last bushrangers, the Kenniffssearching for a grace they cannot name. Holland, 39, is influenced by adventur
Patrick Holland tells rousing tale of Australia's last bushrangers, the Kenniffs
Illawarra Mercury / Posted a month ago
searching for a grace they cannot name. Holland, 39, is influenced by adventurers such as Rudyard Kipling, Joseph Conrad, Graham Greene and particularly Ernest Hemingway. His PhD at the University of Queensland, where he teaches creative writing,... Read more
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