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2014/11/27 15:43
2014/11/27 15:43
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Crime writer P.D. James has died aged 94. The novelist, who wrote a string of books about detective Adam Dalgliesh, sat in the House of Lords for many years as Baroness James of Holland Park. She...
2014/11/27 15:43
2014/11/27 15:43
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2014/11/27 14:09
2014/11/27 14:09
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Her most recent Dalgliesh novel was published in 2008, might there be another one? ‘I’m not sure yet. Life has been so busy I have only done 10,000 words in six months. I don’t want the standard to...
2014/11/25 23:30
2014/11/25 23:30
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The archive of celebrated Colo-mbian novelist and Nobel laureate Gabriel Garcia Marquez, known fondly as Gabo, has been acquired by the University of Texas meaning the critic of US foreign policy is...
2014/11/24 23:10
2014/11/24 23:10
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Nov. 24: Gabriel Garc�a M�rquez, who died in April at 87, was a strong critic of American imperialism who was banned from entry to the US for decades, even after One Hundred Years of Solitude vaulted...
2014/11/24 22:42
2014/11/24 22:42
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The Harry Ransom Center has a coup. The University of Texas at Austin’s deep-pocketed modern literature archive announced today that after almost a year of negotiation, it has acquired the papers of...
2014/11/19 00:46
2014/11/19 00:46
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The archive of one of the 20th century’s most important, colourful and intrepid travel writers has been opened to the public for the first time. Sir Patrick Leigh Fermor, a decorated war hero who...
2014/11/18 01:09
2014/11/18 01:09
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In the ’70s they were in Saigon. In the ’80s they were in Managua. In the aughts they haunted Kandahar and Kabul. Now they’ve resurfaced in Freetown, Arua, and Bamako. They belong to the international...
2014/11/13 19:13
2014/11/13 19:13
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Lots of people blame Alan Greenspan, at least in part, for the financial crisis of 2008 and beyond. That’s because he was the chairman of the Federal Reserve, America’s central bank, during the time...
2014/11/11 22:37
2014/11/11 22:37
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This month, Foreman was in Qatar, addressing the Doha Goals Forum. He entered the hall to a standing ovation, his boxing gloves slung over his shoulder, to remind his audience of how he came to escape...
2014/11/06 13:24
2014/11/06 13:24
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In the Light of What We Know Zia Haider Rahman Picador, 576pp, £16.99 “In the light of what we know” is a slippery phrase. It suggests that knowledge illuminates – enough, perhaps, for action – but...
2014/11/03 19:12
2014/11/03 19:12
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Denis Johnson, whose new novel is published in the US this week and in the UK next February, remains a better-kept secret of American literature than his work deserves. It seems somehow typical that,...
2014/11/03 13:04
2014/11/03 13:04
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The Art of the English Murder By Lucy Worsley Pegasus Crime 312 pages $27.95 By Michael D. Langan NEWS BOOK REVIEWER The fascination with murder by the English public in the early 19th and 20th...
2014/11/03 13:04
2014/11/03 13:04
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The Sun Is God By Adrian McKinty Seventh Street Books 243 pages, $15.95 By William L. Morris NEWS BOOK REVIEWER The Irish writer Adrian McKinty is known for his detective stories but here his...
2014/11/02 23:48
2014/11/02 23:48
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Critics have never entirely gotten over “Jesus’ Son,” Denis Johnson’s spare yet hallucinatory 1992 short story collection about a series of addicts and drifters (who might or might not be the same...
2014/10/25 11:37
2014/10/25 11:37
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The allure of J G Ballard’s fiction lies partly in his willingness to foreground his obsessions. He’ll often have a character elaborate a novel’s central theme: in Millennium People, for instance, the...
2014/11/27 15:43
2014/11/27 15:43
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