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2015/04/20 19:43
2015/04/20 19:43
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I sometimes wonder if satire has reached a nadir in Britain because British society has itself become a parody of itself. The Chipping Norton Set: the prime minister, a tabloid editor and a Roger...
2015/04/20 19:43
2015/04/20 19:43
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2015/04/17 11:42
2015/04/17 11:42
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From the age of 49, when the publication of Herzog in 1964 made him rich as well as famous, Saul Bellow was the most acclaimed novelist in America, the winner of three National Book Awards, the...
2015/04/14 04:58
2015/04/14 04:58
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Each December, a high-brow London magazine stages something of a literary parlor game, reminiscent of the Razzies’ sendup of the terribly serious Academy Awards. It honors the worst – that is, the...
2015/04/14 03:33
2015/04/14 03:33
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Poor Salman Rushdie. On the global books site Goodreads, he recently gave public 1-, 2- and 3-star ratings to books by well-known and esteemed writers such as Kingsley Amis, the late father of his...
2015/04/12 21:09
2015/04/12 21:09
14d
Dan Stevens, the Downton, moved here recently with his young family. And Lena Dunham, one of America's hottest young talents, who writes and stars in the television comedy Girls, recently spent...
2015/04/10 22:16
2015/04/10 22:16
16d
Cara Delevingne cracked modelling without even trying. Now, the world’s most talked-about supermodel is making the ultimate career pivot from catwalk queen to movie star, with no less than six films...
2015/04/10 14:57
2015/04/10 14:57
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Q&A with Frank Golden on his new novel The Night Game ‘There is nothing in the novel more harrowing than what people read in their newspaper’ Frank Golden: ‘Novels are necessarily reflective of their...
2015/04/10 04:16
2015/04/10 04:16
17d
The Booker Prize-winning author says he was 'only fooling around' when he reviewed books on a public forum he believed was private. Sir Salman Rushdie, the Booker Prize-winning author, has...
2015/04/06 16:03
2015/04/06 16:03
20d
The act of reading is always an expression of desire. Whether we read when we are alone or read in order to be alone, we do so in search of contact and communion—with an author, with a story, with...
2015/04/05 21:09
2015/04/05 21:09
21d
Rushdie, who won the Booker Prize for Midnight's Children and had a fatwa placed upon him upon the publication of The Satanic Verses, awarded Lucky Jim by Kingsley Amis one star, and Harper Lee’s To...
2015/04/05 00:09
2015/04/05 00:09
22d
But my Dad can't blame me for being constantly and horribly obsessed with nuclear war. He's the one who let me kneel in front of the TV, as an impressionable and confused four-year old, to watch...
2015/04/02 18:17
2015/04/02 18:17
24d
Each Literary Lion sat down for a '5 Questions' interview. Jump to the bottom to read each Q&A. They write books, poems, scripts, essays, librettos and screenplays. Their works have been published...
2015/03/28 14:09
2015/03/28 14:09
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You may have noticed what's been happening in the game recently: the massive audiences on television, and at the SSE Hydro in Glasgow. The rise of Gary Anderson, the Scot who became world champion....
2015/03/27 18:27
2015/03/27 18:27
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Britain’s video game arcades, having been at last evicted from our cities, are now mostly found chirruping on piers in lonesome seaside towns. It’s been a lingering decline. Once upon a time the...
2015/03/26 21:18
2015/03/26 21:18
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Willy Moon and Natalia Kills. Photo / Norrie Montgomery They came, they saw, they were mean. And, apparently, they committed career suicide. According to some, Natalia Kills all right: that lifeless...
2015/04/20 19:43
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