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2014/10/25 21:03
2014/10/25 21:03
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Brief Encounters: Conversations, Magic Moments and Assorted Hijinks by Dick Cavett, foreword by Jimmy Fallon; Henry Holt, 267 pages ($26). It is, in this, the author of the foreword to the book who...
2014/10/25 21:03
2014/10/25 21:03
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2014/10/24 17:18
2014/10/24 17:18
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The flawed, preening and flighty characters who populate director Alejandro G. Iñárritu's soaring and dark comedy "Birdman" are surely not to everybody's liking. Beginning with protagonist Riggan...
2014/10/23 14:09
2014/10/23 14:09
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With a plot featuring accidental dismemberment, death by leeches, serial arsonists, and rampant child abuse, A Series of Unfortunate Events seemed to descend from the Grimm's Fairy Tales tradition of...
2014/10/21 17:42
2014/10/21 17:42
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The photographer René Burri, known for his portraits of Che Guevara and Pablo Picasso, who has died aged 81, was an early member of the renowned Magnum photo agency. Burri’s naturalistic, editorial...
2014/10/18 15:47
2014/10/18 15:47
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2014/10/17 11:59
2014/10/17 11:59
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... have always imagined that Paradise will be a kind of library," wrote author Jorge Luis Borges. Lalitha J. takes you on a tour of Chennai’s many places of paradise Madras Literary Society The...
2014/10/15 18:47
2014/10/15 18:47
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You’re probably aware, astute reader, that the above text constitutes the first paragraph of Bill Evans’ liner notes to Kind of Blue, the immortal Miles Davis album from 1959. Reprinting it like so,...
2014/10/11 15:31
2014/10/11 15:31
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... is often a sum of criticism born of relative illiteracy; lack of knowledge; bias; shabby handling by publishers; lack of a good agent; and even something as seemingly ridiculous as...
2014/10/09 10:28
2014/10/09 10:28
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French writer and existentialist philosopher Jean-Paul Sartre (1905 - 1980)(Getty) The literary Nobel Prize has had a history steeped in controversy since it was first awarded in 1901. But perhaps no...
2014/10/08 22:12
2014/10/08 22:12
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Call off the anagramists: JK Rowling has announced that one Emily Strong, tweeting as @emybemy2, has solved her Twitter anagram: “Cry, foe! Run amok! Fa awry! My wand won’t tolerate this nonsense.”...
2014/10/06 08:11
2014/10/06 08:11
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The 50th anniversary of 'The Sufis' comes at a time of great disorder and confusion in the world - can it offer clarity? Iraqi boys stand over the rubble of the grave of a Sufi cleric in Mosul...
2014/09/26 18:12
2014/09/26 18:12
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Alastair Reid, who has died aged 88, was a Scottish writer whose imagination dwelt in the Hispanic world. He was at least as well known for his translations of Jorge Luis Borges, Pablo Neruda and...
2014/09/26 17:19
2014/09/26 17:19
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Mild-mannered and beloved in bilingual literary circles in Washington, Rei Berroa is better known farther away. When he is not in his Spanish literature classroom at George Mason University, or at his...
2014/10/25 21:03
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