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2014/12/13 22:19
2014/12/13 22:19
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Video still from William Lamson's "A Line Describing the Sun"; on view at the Art Gallery at the University of Maryland. (Courtesy William Lamson and University of Maryland/Courtesy William Lamson and...
2014/12/13 22:19
2014/12/13 22:19
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2014/12/11 16:40
2014/12/11 16:40
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Share this page Gabriel Garcia Marquez died in April in Mexico City The US university which bought the archive of the late Colombian author Gabriel Garcia Marquez has refused to say how much it paid...
2014/12/03 06:41
2014/12/03 06:41
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It’s been 19 years since At the Gates released Slaughter of the Soul, one of the best, most innovative, and most influential metal albums of the '90s. Maybe it was a little too influential—because now...
2014/11/29 09:48
2014/11/29 09:48
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Page File El Reg bookworm Mark Diston trawls through the freshest releases in publishing. This week we have a trippy new Murakami about a murderous librarian, a murder mystery to suit Downton Abbey...
2014/11/29 06:03
2014/11/29 06:03
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In the letter dated Nov. 24, but delivered to The Associated Press on Tuesday by a Garcia Marquez assistant in Mexico City, the author's widow, Mercedes, and sons Rodrigo and Gonzalo wrote that his...
2014/11/26 03:56
2014/11/26 03:56
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MEXICO CITY (AP) — The family of Nobel laureate Gabriel Garcia Marquez says the late Colombian novelist's archive was offered only to the University of Texas, which will be the materials'...
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...
2014/11/23 05:33
2014/11/23 05:33
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... Is My Beat:’ A Life of James Laughlin, Publisher of New Directions by Ian S. MacNiven; Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 584 pages ($36.50). In his 83 years and 17 days on earth, James Laughlin...
2014/11/22 18:49
2014/11/22 18:49
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The Peripheral by William Gibson: Prescient, plausible tale of time travel Review: Neuromancer author’s novel features a shadowy corporation that can move cash sums into the past William Gibson:...
2014/11/22 12:09
2014/11/22 12:09
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... crowd biography,” Jenny Uglow calls her ambitious account of our response, In These Times: Living in Britain through Napoleon’s Wars, 1793-1815(Faber, £25). In it, Napoleon becomes a tiny dot, as...
2014/12/13 22:19
2014/12/13 22:19
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