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Crikey
Guy Rundle on Sweden's free market and Operation FortitudeUmmm, brilliant? Horse shit? Both?? This is fabulous,Guy, and so are you. I lo
Guy Rundle on Sweden's free market and Operation Fortitude
Crikey / Posted 13 hours ago
Ummm, brilliant? Horse shit? Both?? This is fabulous,Guy, and so are you. I love your erudition and the way you pull everything together, even if it takes me a good while to pull it all apart again. “In decades to come, we will look back on this... Read more
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International Business Times
Best-selling author Frederick Forsyth finally admits: I was a spy for MI6Best-selling author Frederick Forsyth has revealed that he was a spy for MI6 fo
Best-selling author Frederick Forsyth finally admits: I was a spy for MI6
International Business Times / Posted 2 days ago
Best-selling author Frederick Forsyth has revealed that he was a spy for MI6 for more than 20 years, conducting perilous missions even while working as a best-selling writer and journalist. Forsyth makes the revelations in his autobiography, The... Read more
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Times of Malta
The Slush PileApparently, it’s de rigueur for everyone to list their summer reading. Politici
The Slush Pile
Times of Malta / Posted 3 days ago
Apparently, it’s de rigueur for everyone to list their summer reading. Politicians, all the way from Obama to our local varieties, are spending their summers indulging in politico-inspirational memoirs. Or so we’re told. So allow me to roll out my... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
The Libertines: 'It was a row that took 10 years to get over. Also, I stopped taking heroin all day, every day'Over cocktails and cigarettes in the Sir John Betjeman Suite at the St Pancras
The Libertines: 'It was a row that took 10 years to get over. Also, I stopped taking heroin all day, every day'
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 5 days ago
Over cocktails and cigarettes in the Sir John Betjeman Suite at the St Pancras Renaissance Hotel in London, Pete Doherty and Carl Barât of the Libertines are talking about when they were happiest. On this point, at least, they agree. “The dream was... Read more
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Marietta Daily Journal
They'll be back: Local family dresses as favorite characters for annual convention - Every year thousands of people from around the country flock to Atlanta in the late summer lugging suitcases full of costumes comic books games and gear. Science ...They'll be back: Local family dresses as favorite characters for annual convent
They'll be back: Local family dresses as favorite characters for annual convention - Every year thousands of people from around the country flock to Atlanta in the late summer lugging suitcases full of costumes comic books games and gear. Science ...
Marietta Daily Journal / Posted 6 days ago
They'll be back: Local family dresses as favorite characters for annual convention Every year, thousands of people from around the country flock to Atlanta in the late summer lugging suitcases full of costumes, comic books, games and gear. Science... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Stuart Kells with the true story of Penguin The most recognisable books in the English language evolved in quite scandalo
Stuart Kells with the true story of Penguin
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 6 days ago
The most recognisable books in the English language evolved in quite scandalous circumstances. An author and expert in antiquarian books, Stuart has long been interested in how the Penguin phenomenon came... Read more
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The Irish Times
Joseph O’Connor: ‘I’m uncomfortable with the idea of a novel being “about” anything’ The Book Club author on the magic of music, the Irish in England, The Thrill o
Joseph O’Connor: ‘I’m uncomfortable with the idea of a novel being “about” anything’
The Irish Times / Posted 8 days ago
The Book Club author on the magic of music, the Irish in England, The Thrill of it All as an entertainment, and why his lead singer Fran Mulvey is a descendant of... Read more
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Business Standard India
On Writing WellWriting fiction is about building a world, where the author is in complete cont
On Writing Well
Business Standard India / Posted 12 days ago
Writing fiction is about building a world, where the author is in complete control of its creation, characters and direction. Narrative non-fiction, the best which reads like fiction, is more about the author consuming particular realities, analyzing... Read more
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Independent
Doris Lessing: Acclaimed novelist was kept under MI5 observation for 18 years, newly released papers showThe potential fifth columnist running an apparent house of ill repute was in fa
Doris Lessing: Acclaimed novelist was kept under MI5 observation for 18 years, newly released papers show
Independent / Posted 12 days ago
The potential fifth columnist running an apparent house of ill repute was in fact one Doris Lessing, by then already a novelist of standing, and the “Americans, Chinese, Indians and negroes” visiting her home were attending to discuss the finer... Read more
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Williams Lake Tribune
Film club memberships available at Farmers' MarketKrista Liebe and her husband, Tihol Tiholov, have been regular exhibitors at th
Film club memberships available at Farmers' Market
Williams Lake Tribune / Posted 12 days ago
Krista Liebe and her husband, Tihol Tiholov, have been regular exhibitors at the Friday Farmers' Market this summer selling Williams Lake Film Club memberships. They will be there in Boitanio Park again today from 10 a.m. until the market closes at... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Battered Italian economy forced to sell off marinas on sought-after coastlineThe havens for luxury yachts and motor launches include the main marina on the
Battered Italian economy forced to sell off marinas on sought-after coastline
Daily Telegraph / Posted 12 days ago
The havens for luxury yachts and motor launches include the main marina on the island of Capri, which has attracted celebrity holidaymakers including Graham Greene and Jackie Onassis to, more recently, Rihanna, Mark Zuckerberg, Mariah Carey and... Read more
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The Irish Times
The 100 best novels in English? Irish writers and critics have their say Julian Gough, Éilís Ní Dhuibhne and a host of others respond to Robert McCrum’
The 100 best novels in English? Irish writers and critics have their say
The Irish Times / Posted 13 days ago
Julian Gough, Éilís Ní Dhuibhne and a host of others respond to Robert McCrum’s ‘100 greatest novels written in English’. Read on for lively debate and hot book tips Compiling... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
George Orwell's World and Ours: Is Big Brother Still Watching? – Opinion – ABC Religion & EthicsGeorge Orwell's World and Ours: Is Big Brother Still Watching?Dennis GloverABC
George Orwell's World and Ours: Is Big Brother Still Watching? – Opinion – ABC Religion & Ethics
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 14 days ago
George Orwell's World and Ours: Is Big Brother Still Watching?Dennis GloverABC Religion and Ethics 18 Aug 2015 In his most famous novel, Orwell was sending us a warning to be on our guard against the latent potential of our technologies and our... Read more
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TribLIVE
Review: Ronald Fraser’s ‘Drought’ envisions colonialism through waterRonald Fraser's “Drought” is an uneven novel, but when it is good, it is very,
Review: Ronald Fraser’s ‘Drought’ envisions colonialism through water
TribLIVE / Posted 17 days ago
Ronald Fraser's “Drought” is an uneven novel, but when it is good, it is very, very good — as in Graham Greene good. The story of a British expatriate named John, who in the late 1950s quits his newspaper job and escapes to the Andalusian mountain... Read more
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The Irish Times
Every Time A Friend Succeeds Something Inside Me Dies: The Life of Gore Vidal, by Jay PariniReview | A friend and fan unpicks the complicated life of one of one of Ameri
Every Time A Friend Succeeds Something Inside Me Dies: The Life of Gore Vidal, by Jay Parini
The Irish Times / Posted 18 days ago
Review | A friend and fan unpicks the complicated life of one of one of America’s finest writers Lonely, alcoholic, incontinent, arthritic, confined to a... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
Lovin' their elevator: why Germans are loopy about their revolving liftsAs the paternoster cabin in which he was slowly descending into the bowels of S
Lovin' their elevator: why Germans are loopy about their revolving lifts
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 19 days ago
As the paternoster cabin in which he was slowly descending into the bowels of Stuttgart’s town hall plunged into darkness, Dejan Tuco giggled infectiously. He pointed out the oily cogs of its internal workings that were just about visible as it... Read more
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SouthwesternOntario.ca
Street keys aim to please in return of Summer Music faveThe Play Me, I’m Yours pianos are back in Stratford after an official unveiling
Street keys aim to please in return of Summer Music fave
SouthwesternOntario.ca / Posted 20 days ago
The Play Me, I’m Yours pianos are back in Stratford after an official unveiling on the morning of Thursday, Aug. 6 in front of City Hall. The pianos, painted by local artists and left outside for anyone who feels like tinkling some ivories, last... Read more
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Chichester Observer
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Professor appointed trustee of foundation
Chichester Observer / Posted a month ago
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Guardian Unlimited
The Third Man review – a near-perfect workFrom the moment the first audiences saw the opening image of Anton Karas’s zith
The Third Man review – a near-perfect work
Guardian Unlimited / Posted a month ago
From the moment the first audiences saw the opening image of Anton Karas’s zither filling the screen with the nerve-jangling Harry Lime Theme (before, indeed, they had heard the word “zither”), they knew that with the second collaboration between... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
'Mission: Impossible -- Rogue Nation' review: Best of the seriesWith the new "Mission: Impossible" movie, even if it's the most assured and sat
'Mission: Impossible -- Rogue Nation' review: Best of the series
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 1 months ago
With the new "Mission: Impossible" movie, even if it's the most assured and satisfying of the five so far, it sounds foolish to even mention the things the characters say in between screeching tires, gunfights, knife fights, motorcycle derring-do,... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
'Mission: Impossible -- Rogue Nation' review: Best of the seriesWith the new "Mission: Impossible" movie, even if it's the most assured and sat
'Mission: Impossible -- Rogue Nation' review: Best of the series
Baltimore Sun / Posted 1 months ago
With the new "Mission: Impossible" movie, even if it's the most assured and satisfying of the five so far, it sounds foolish to even mention the things the characters say in between screeching tires, gunfights, knife fights, motorcycle derring-do,... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
History of Penguin archiveWhatever the impulse, in 1935 he published the first 10 Penguins, and all are g
History of Penguin archive
Daily Telegraph / Posted 1 months ago
Whatever the impulse, in 1935 he published the first 10 Penguins, and all are gathered in the archive, along with extensive notes on their jacket design and typography, and a sheet of colour swatches the designers decided on to differentiate between... Read more

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