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2014/12/13 04:17
2014/12/13 04:17
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Martin’s novellas are composed with a jeweler’s eye, his language exact and spare. His drive for exactitude results in a book that, as he puts it, is “usually a little short. I have a show-biz...
2014/12/13 04:17
2014/12/13 04:17
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2014/12/10 14:19
2014/12/10 14:19
10d
The Senate's report on torture describes the Central Intelligence Agency as not just nauseatingly brutal, but also dishonest and ineffective. The report finds that the agency lied to the Bush...
2014/12/09 14:34
2014/12/09 14:34
11d
IT’S been called the letter that launched a literary genre – 16 000 amphetamine-fuelled, stream-of-consciousness words written by Neal Cassady to his friend Jack Kerouac in 1950. Upon reading them,...
2014/12/09 00:45
2014/12/09 00:45
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Sean Eldridge, president of Hudson River Ventures, left, and Chris Hughes, editor-in-chief and publisher of The New Republic and a founder of Facebook Inc., stand for a photograph during the Paris...
2014/12/08 12:06
2014/12/08 12:06
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Even though Andrew Ross Sorkin and his mini-empire, the New York Times Dealbook, are reliable defenders of their Big Finance meal tickets, they’ve managed to skim above, if sometimes just barely...
2014/12/06 14:18
2014/12/06 14:18
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Wild child: The late artist Vali Myers in her studio in Swanston Street. Photo: Nicole Emanuel She was the Witch of Positano, the Pagan Queen, the Bohemian Princess. She was a dancer and an artist...
2014/12/05 00:19
2014/12/05 00:19
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Sean Eldridge, president, Hudson River Ventures, and Chris Hughes, editor in chief and publisher of The New Republic and a founder of Facebook, attend The Paris Review Spring Revel in New York, U.S.,...
2014/11/30 08:57
2014/11/30 08:57
21d
Strand, 80, Pulitzer-winning poet laureate, dies Mark Strand, whose spare, deceptively simple investigations of rootlessness, alienation and the ineffable strangeness of life made him one of...
2014/11/30 07:03
2014/11/30 07:03
21d
For more than 50 years, Gerd Stern had wrongly been accused of tossing what Kerouac called "the greatest piece of writing I ever saw" over the side of a houseboat. "Yes, I'm the guy who dropped the...
2014/11/28 10:29
2014/11/28 10:29
23d
Jew on a Hot Tin RoofTennessee Williams Saw Anti-Semitism as Symptom of Insanity ● Tennessee Williams: Mad Pilgrimage of the FleshBy John Lahr W. W. Norton & Company, 784 pages, $39.95 An...
2014/11/28 09:31
2014/11/28 09:31
23d
PD James: Farewell, Suffolk’s Queen of CrimePD James, who has died at the age of 94 The death of crime writer PD James has saddened fans of her detective stories and claimed one of Suffolk’s adopted...
2014/11/28 06:14
2014/11/28 06:14
23d
Upon reading them, Kerouac scrapped an early draft of "On The Road" and, during a three-week writing binge, revised his novel into a style similar to Cassady's, one that would become known as Beat...
2014/11/27 22:00
2014/11/27 22:00
23d
PD James: Farewell, Suffolk’s Queen of CrimePD James, who has died at the age of 94 The death of crime writer PD James has saddened fans of her detective stories and claimed one of Suffolk’s adopted...
2014/11/27 10:24
2014/11/27 10:24
24d
Close to the end of White Noise, Don DeLillo’s 1984 novel about a professor of Hitler studies who will do just about anything to ease his fear of dying, an elderly nun reveals the secret truth about...
2014/11/26 06:03
2014/11/26 06:03
25d
Upon reading them, Kerouac scrapped an early draft of "On The Road" and, during a three-week writing binge, revised his novel into a style similar to Cassady's, one that would become known as Beat...
2014/11/25 16:48
2014/11/25 16:48
25d
Wall Street stenographer Andrew Ross Sorkin of the New York Times complains this morning that Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren is making it harder for Wall Street veterans to take on government...
2014/11/22 00:06
2014/11/22 00:06
29d
Antonio Weiss stands to make about one-fiftieth of his Lazard Ltd. compensation if confirmed as a top Treasury official. Walking away with as much as $21.2 million may soften the blow. President...
2014/11/20 21:06
2014/11/20 21:06
30d
When Wall Street banker Antonio Weiss picked up the phone and called a Canadian chief executive officer in March, he precipitated an $11 billion merger -- and a political problem for himself as he...
2014/12/13 04:17
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