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"Precious" and "Last Station" top Spirit film nods
By Bob Tourtellotte LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - The race for Hollywood film honors picked up pace on Tuesday when a key independent movie group unveiled Spirit Award nominees, giving dramas "Precious"...
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After a five-hour silence, the French novelist Patrick Modiano wondered aloud why he had won the Nobel Prize in Literature. This was not self-disparagement, of course, or an attempt to assume a modest...
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[In pictures] Pre-Revolution Russia: as you’ve ne...
Photographer Sergei Mikhailovich Prokudin-Gorskii became famous throughout Russia after taking a colour shot of
. In 1909, the photograph brought him to the attention of Tsar Nicholas II,...
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Books for children - Oct. 19
Published October 19. 2014 4:00AM Born in 1866, Matthew Henson knew he was not meant to lead an ordinary life. Henson longed to be an explorer; his dreams had sails. At age 13, Henson signed on to a...
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When is an anecdote enlightening? Only when it ca...
... he says, stressing the Alex. The Balinese have four names. The fourth child is called Ketut. (For a fifth child and upwards, you go back to the first name and cycle on through)....
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Families at war: When wills go sour
Can you stop your kin from fighting over your fortune? Maybe not, but early preparation can help, reports Hamish Fletcher 'Happy families are all alike; every unhappy family is unhappy in its own...
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More than just playacting
At the Sthaayi Inter-School Drama competition, both participants and judges felt theatre could be a useful tool to break down stereotypes and stigma Clara Christhudas is a student of Perks School....
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Nobel Prize In Literature Awarded To French Author
The 2014 Nobel Prize in Literature was awarded on Thursday to French author Patrick Modiano for "the art of memory with which he has evoked the most ungraspable human destinies and uncovered the...
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10 great writers snubbed by the Nobel Prize
There was something of a scandal when
was snubbed for the inaugural Nobel Prize for Literature in 1901. Indeed, 42 Swedish writers and artists (among them the playwright August Strindberg)...
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From books to big screens
The ongoing Russian film festival in the city brings out the cultural ethos of a communist country Films on mother-son relationship are not new to Tamil audiences. From Bollywood’s Mother India to...
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How To Attain A State Of Mindfulness
Want to reduce stress and improve your quality of life by being in the moment more? Maarten Immink from the University of South Australia explains how to achieve mindfulness. Remember then: there is...
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A place of their own: where our top writers go to...
London Review Bookshop,14 Bury Place, WC1 David Nicholls, 47, is the bestselling author of Starter for Ten, One Day and Us, which was longlisted for the Man Booker Prize this year. He has also...
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The Hard Life of a Translator
... to mumble, hem and haw Ah, Friday! You can finally get some sleep tonight after the wild midweek celebration at the office. You all partied with your staff on Tuesday, right? (Pause. A sea...
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Michele A. Berdy
I refuse to be the poster child of slut-shaming
I left the country in 2002. I live in a blaze of obscurity (sic) in America. I am a recluse by choice and a PONTI – a person of no tactical import in South Africa. Yet my epic humiliation and...
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1907-1915: Russia Before the Revolution, in Color
What's This?The Emir of Bukhara, Alim Khan (1880-1944), poses solemnly for his portrait, taken in 1911 shortly after his accession. As ruler of an autonomous city-state in Islamic Central Asia, the...
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Boerie Rolls Be Gone
BoerieRolls Be Gone After the recent upsurge of political musings surrounding South African "Heritage Day", please see http://ntsikimazwai.wordpress.com/2014/09/24/dear-white-south-africans/ for a...
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Guthrie Memorial Library rededicates Bare Center
It's important that John and Joan Bare be remembered by what was most important to them, and that was education, daughter Barb Carbaugh said at the Sunday rededication ceremony of the Bare Center. By...
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