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Guardian Unlimited
Jonathan Franzen interview: ‘There is no way to make myself not male'Jonathan Franzen’s new novel, Purity, is partly set in Santa Cruz, a California
Jonathan Franzen interview: ‘There is no way to make myself not male'
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 12 days ago
Jonathan Franzen’s new novel, Purity, is partly set in Santa Cruz, a Californian town 70 miles south of San Francisco, where the novelist lives with his partner, Kathy. Their house is in the U-bend of a crescent, on the edge of a suburban housing... 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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The Age
Jonathan Galassi: The publisher turned novelistJonathan Galassi likes to say that he has backed into things all his life. On
Jonathan Galassi: The publisher turned novelist
The Age / Posted 15 days ago
Jonathan Galassi likes to say that he has backed into things all his life. On the west wall of his office at Farrar, Straus and Giroux, opposite Elizabeth Bishop's National Book Award and a handwritten Joseph Brodsky poem addressed to Roger Straus,... Read more
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Slate
What Do Teen Girls Want? (And How Do Novels and Films Portray Them?)Arts, entertainment, and more. “Nobody Loves You. Nobody Sees You. Nobody Touc
What Do Teen Girls Want? (And How Do Novels and Films Portray Them?)
Slate / Posted 22 days ago
Arts, entertainment, and more. “Nobody Loves You. Nobody Sees You. Nobody Touches You.”How books and films explore, and obscure, the sexuality of teen girls. When you’re a teenage girl, it’s hard to know the shape of your own sexuality. Before you... Read more
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The Huffington Post
Why I've Chosen To Read More Women AuthorsAuthenticated News via Getty Images At first, it was an accident. I was a fre
Why I've Chosen To Read More Women Authors
The Huffington Post / Posted 25 days ago
Authenticated News via Getty Images At first, it was an accident. I was a freshman in college and was taking a 45-minute plane ride home to visit my parents. Due to some mixture of indecision and neuroticism (What if we crash?! I didn’t want to be... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Jason Segel tackles his fear in 'The End of the Tour'"I never look at entertainment stuff online, just out of emotional self-preserv
Jason Segel tackles his fear in 'The End of the Tour'
Chicago Tribune / Posted 26 days ago
"I never look at entertainment stuff online, just out of emotional self-preservation," Jason Segel says. "I stopped a while ago, as an experiment, and I very quickly realized that I felt better. Emotionally, I felt better. When you focus on what's... Read more
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Evening Standard
Amanda Seyfried: 'Of course I have a stuffed racoon - who doesn’t?'It may be summer but I’ve just bought a coat from Chloé. (In fashion you’ve got
Amanda Seyfried: 'Of course I have a stuffed racoon - who doesn’t?'
Evening Standard / Posted 27 days ago
It may be summer but I’ve just bought a coat from Chloé. (In fashion you’ve got to get it while it’s hot.) It’s pink and beige, a little oversized and goes beautifully with my hair. I just happened to pass the store when I was last in Paris. I see... Read more

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