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The Buffalo News
Editor’s choice: ‘The man who invented fiction’The Man Who Invented Fiction: How Cervantes Ushered in the Modern Worldby Willi
Editor’s choice: ‘The man who invented fiction’
The Buffalo News / Posted 5 days ago
The Man Who Invented Fiction: How Cervantes Ushered in the Modern Worldby William Egginton, Bloomsbury, 239 pages, $27. A browser wanting a shortcut to the seriousness and exaltation of this hugely readable book about Miguel DeCervantes couldn’t do... Read more
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The Economic Times
Facebook users separated from every other by three-and-a-half other people: ReportFacebook ran the numbers and concluded that we are all much closer than the tra
Facebook users separated from every other by three-and-a-half other people: Report
The Economic Times / Posted 6 days ago
Facebook ran the numbers and concluded that we are all much closer than the traditional "six degrees of separation." The social media giant released a report on its blog on Thursday announcing each person in the world is separated from every other by... Read more
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WA Today
Six degrees of separation? Not anymore, Facebook saysWe may be more closely linked with everyone than previously thought, if Faceboo
Six degrees of separation? Not anymore, Facebook says
WA Today / Posted 7 days ago
We may be more closely linked with everyone than previously thought, if Facebook is right. Photo: Josh Robenstone Facebook ran the numbers and concluded that we are all much closer than the traditional "six degrees of separation." The social media... Read more
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Canberra Times
Six degrees of separation? Not anymore, Facebook saysWe may be more closely linked with everyone than previously thought, if Faceboo
Six degrees of separation? Not anymore, Facebook says
Canberra Times / Posted 7 days ago
We may be more closely linked with everyone than previously thought, if Facebook is right. Photo: Josh Robenstone Facebook ran the numbers and concluded that we are all much closer than the traditional "six degrees of separation." The social media... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Six degrees of separation? No anymore, Facebook saysWe may be more closely linked with everyone than previously thought, if Faceboo
Six degrees of separation? No anymore, Facebook says
Brisbane Times / Posted 7 days ago
We may be more closely linked with everyone than previously thought, if Facebook is right. Photo: Josh Robenstone Facebook ran the numbers and concluded that we are all much closer than the traditional "six degrees of separation." The social media... Read more
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The Age
Six degrees of separation? No anymore, Facebook saysWe may be more closely linked with everyone than previously thought, if Faceboo
Six degrees of separation? No anymore, Facebook says
The Age / Posted 7 days ago
We may be more closely linked with everyone than previously thought, if Facebook is right. Photo: Josh Robenstone Facebook ran the numbers and concluded that we are all much closer than the traditional "six degrees of separation." The social media... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Six degrees of separation? No anymore, Facebook saysWe may be more closely linked with everyone than previously thought, if Faceboo
Six degrees of separation? No anymore, Facebook says
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 7 days ago
We may be more closely linked with everyone than previously thought, if Facebook is right. Photo: Josh Robenstone Facebook ran the numbers and concluded that we are all much closer than the traditional "six degrees of separation." The social media... Read more
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express
Comedian Rory McGrath: My six best books RORY McGRATH, 59, is known for the comedy sketch show Who Dares Wins and as a
Comedian Rory McGrath: My six best books
express / Posted 7 days ago
RORY McGRATH, 59, is known for the comedy sketch show Who Dares Wins and as a regular panellist on They Think It’s All Over. He is currently doing his first stand-up tour Rory McGrath Remembers (…Or Is It... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Trainspotter - the Moveable Palace - Jacob Zuma and His Great Nkandla DodgeThe money is to be #PaidBack. Is this President Jacob Zuma meeting the terms of
Trainspotter - the Moveable Palace - Jacob Zuma and His Great Nkandla Dodge
AllAfrica.com / Posted 7 days ago
The money is to be #PaidBack. Is this President Jacob Zuma meeting the terms of the Public Protector's Nkandla report, or is this just a political ploy meant to run interference on a major loss of ANC electoral momentum? By RICHARD POPLAK. In high... Read more
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The Victoria Advocate
Author, painter talks about creative processRikki Ducornet's journey from being predominately a painter to novelist began d
Author, painter talks about creative process
The Victoria Advocate / Posted 14 days ago
Rikki Ducornet's journey from being predominately a painter to novelist began during the mid-1970s. "I found myself writing all night," said Ducornet, 72, who was living in Canada at the time. "I found myself suddenly published, and for the first... Read more
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The Irish Times
Sydney Festival shows the city how it can change and growThe warning was explicit: “If you’re going through Sydney on the train, don’t g
Sydney Festival shows the city how it can change and grow
The Irish Times / Posted 18 days ago
The warning was explicit: “If you’re going through Sydney on the train, don’t get off at Redfern.” Redfern is an inner-city suburb once identified with the poorest of the poor and some of the associated social problems of petty crime, noise and... Read more
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The Irish Times
David Greig: ‘I had to somehow become Strindberg’About 10 years ago, when YouTube was still new, the playwright David Greig was
David Greig: ‘I had to somehow become Strindberg’
The Irish Times / Posted 18 days ago
About 10 years ago, when YouTube was still new, the playwright David Greig was exploring video clips on that website. He happened upon a recording of a performance staged by a theatre company in Slovenia that had “an uncanny familiarity”. He realised... Read more
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The Hindu
Reviewing books that never were, writes Jaideep UnudurtiA lifelong project to build an invisible library, of books that only exist in o
Reviewing books that never were, writes Jaideep Unudurti
The Hindu / Posted 26 days ago
A lifelong project to build an invisible library, of books that only exist in other books, in the insubstantial shelves of the author’s imagination One of my favourite novels as a boy was Eaters of the Dead by Michael Crichton. Subtitled ‘The... Read more
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The Columbus Dispatch
Area groups to tackle August Wilson's cycle of 10 dramas about black experienceTheater The 10 plays that make up August Wilson’s “Century Cycle,” including t
Area groups to tackle August Wilson's cycle of 10 dramas about black experience
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 1 months ago
Theater The 10 plays that make up August Wilson’s “Century Cycle,” including the decade in which each drama is set and the year it premiered: • 1900s: Gem of the Ocean... Read more
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Artvoice
Time and Time AgainStill from Reading of an Extract from Labyrinths by J.L. Borges There’s much f
Time and Time Again
Artvoice / Posted 1 months ago
Still from Reading of an Extract from Labyrinths by J.L. Borges There’s much food for thought in the Albright-Knox Looking at Tomorrow show of Conceptualist art. And served up succinct, because Minimalist art as well. Works from the ‘60s and ‘70s... Read more

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