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2014/07/25 18:37
2014/07/25 18:37
2d
They did not get on well. Joyce described their conversation as “all questions whose answers were ‘No’.” He outraged the asthmatic French writer by lighting a cigarette as they shared a car home. The...
2014/07/25 18:37
2014/07/25 18:37
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2014/07/25 14:47
2014/07/25 14:47
2d
Finding Bob: The Dylan devotees now have a book all about them. The conversation happened almost 25 years ago but John Lattanzio remembers every single word. Not that there were that many of them....
2014/07/24 10:49
2014/07/24 10:49
4d
An Irishman's diary: In search of the time to read a classic An Irishman’s Diary about Proust and Monaghan football All familiar journeys evoke mental associations that, once acquired, become...
2014/07/23 13:47
2014/07/23 13:47
4d
For the solitary dreamers who tend to live inside their own heads, books have always been cherished companions. In reading, introverts can indulge their need for a respite from socializing; even...
2014/07/19 23:38
2014/07/19 23:38
8d
On one wall, between Gerard ter Borch's Woman Writing a Letter and Hunting for Lice, Vermeer's Girl with a Pearl Earring forever turns an enigmatic gaze on the spectator. Across the room, the same...
2014/07/17 16:13
2014/07/17 16:13
10d
The Greatest Escape: How One French Community Saved Thousands of Lives from the Nazis by Peter Grose (Nicholas Brealey, £16.99) Le Chambon-sur-Lignon is a village on a plateau in the eastern Massif...
2014/07/14 22:45
2014/07/14 22:45
13d
Alright, we know what you're thinking: how dare we call Leonardo da Vinci a loser! Well, if you'll hold on for just a second, you'll not only understand the basis for such a seemingly outrageous...
2014/07/14 20:46
2014/07/14 20:46
13d
As the French celebrate their national holiday on July 14, the love for their country will be on full display. What better way to mark Bastille Day than to give La Belle France kudos for the many...
2014/07/13 08:09
2014/07/13 08:09
15d
People also came together to preparefood. “When there was a party, friends all came to cook. The whole day would be spent in the kitchen, and we children would help with making little pies. My mother...
2014/07/12 08:12
2014/07/12 08:12
16d
I loved Akhil Sharma's novel Family Life (Faber) because it feels emotionally true. I also loved Daughters Who Walk This Path by Yejide Kilanko (Pintail), a debut novel set in western Nigeria, which...
2014/07/11 17:47
2014/07/11 17:47
16d
Back when the World Cup was in those exciting and unpredictable first rounds, we were playing away at Penguin's imaginary books World Cup, where an England with JK Rowling, George Orwell and Agatha...
2014/07/10 06:49
2014/07/10 06:49
18d
Lara Marlowe: Life in the 7th arrondissement There’s only one rule for renting or buying in Paris: you have to have a ‘coup de foudre’. If that initial spark isn’t there, you’ll be overwhelmed by...
2014/07/07 10:46
2014/07/07 10:46
21d
Cheapflights.com's exploration into the world of fascinating cemeteries starts in Romania at the Merry Cemetery. Going against almost everything you’d expect a graveyard to be, the Merry Cemetery...
2014/07/25 18:37
2014/07/25 18:37
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