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The New Statesman
Are we taking Woody Allen for granted?This book, though no kind of failure, may seem a little pinched and bashful to
Are we taking Woody Allen for granted?
The New Statesman / Posted 2 days ago
This book, though no kind of failure, may seem a little pinched and bashful to readers of Mathias Énard’s novel Zone, a 500-page, single-sentence rumination on European cruelty that was published last summer to giddy applause. A back-cover blurb by... Read more
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The New Statesman
A life in motion: the many passions of Oliver SacksThis book, though no kind of failure, may seem a little pinched and bashful to
A life in motion: the many passions of Oliver Sacks
The New Statesman / Posted 3 days ago
This book, though no kind of failure, may seem a little pinched and bashful to readers of Mathias Énard’s novel Zone, a 500-page, single-sentence rumination on European cruelty that was published last summer to giddy applause. A back-cover blurb by... Read more
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The New Statesman
Mathias Énard is the most brazen French writer since HouellebecqThis book, though no kind of failure, may seem a little pinched and bashful to
Mathias Énard is the most brazen French writer since Houellebecq
The New Statesman / Posted 3 days ago
This book, though no kind of failure, may seem a little pinched and bashful to readers of Mathias Énard’s novel Zone, a 500-page, single-sentence rumination on European cruelty that was published last summer to giddy applause. A back-cover blurb by... Read more
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DNA Info
Worth a Click: 6 Stories You Should Read Today"Serial" Case Developments The developments continue in the case of Adnan Syed
Worth a Click: 6 Stories You Should Read Today
DNA Info / Posted 7 days ago
"Serial" Case Developments The developments continue in the case of Adnan Syed, the subject of the wildly popular podcast “Serial” which followed a journalist who tried to reconstruct the events that led up to Syed's conviction for killing his... Read more
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Torontoist
Manufactured Landscapes, Stories We Tell, and The Social NetworkThe best repertory and art-house screenings, special presentations, lectures, a
Manufactured Landscapes, Stories We Tell, and The Social Network
Torontoist / Posted 8 days ago
The best repertory and art-house screenings, special presentations, lectures, and limited engagements in Toronto. Though Canadian filmmakers like Denis Villeneuve and Atom Egoyan have earned international renown and Oscar nominations over the years,... Read more
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The New Yorker
The Life and Death of an Urban SchoolThe Jamaica High School building last year and, at right, in 1981.Credit Illust
The Life and Death of an Urban School
The New Yorker / Posted 9 days ago
The Jamaica High School building last year and, at right, in 1981.Credit Illustration by Oliver Munday; Photographs by Vic DeLucia / The New York Times / Redux; Jackson Krule (Top-Left) Jamaica High School, in Queens, was once the largest high... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
A life in feuds: how Gore Vidal gripped a nationI came to know Gore Vidal in the mid 1980s, when I was living in southern Italy
A life in feuds: how Gore Vidal gripped a nation
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 19 days ago
I came to know Gore Vidal in the mid 1980s, when I was living in southern Italy, virtually a neighbour, and our friendship lasted until his death in 2012. Needless to say he was a complicated and often combative man. It took an effort, strenuous at... Read more

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