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2014/07/26 23:48
2014/07/26 23:48
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At first, they died in the bullring, but the book that made them famous had swelled the crowds. By mid-century, the lack of space made it harder to outrun the bulls, so they began to die much earlier...
2014/07/26 23:48
2014/07/26 23:48
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2014/07/25 19:17
2014/07/25 19:17
2d
The $100 million movie of Cloud Atlas bombed, but that didn’t halt the rising star of its author, David Mitchell, regarded by many as the greatest of his generation. now he is tweeting his latest...
2014/07/23 12:13
2014/07/23 12:13
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An American titan of letters and one of the founding editors of The Paris Review, the 86-year-old’s latest novel, In Paradise, was submitted to the Booker in November. In April, after Matthiessen...
2014/07/23 07:56
2014/07/23 07:56
4d
Published: Wednesday, July 23, 2014, 12:01 a.m. Hemingway made a manly burger Papa's Favorite Wild West Hamburger, a creation by Ernest Hemingway, features more than a dozen ingredients. By Quinn...
2014/07/22 19:10
2014/07/22 19:10
5d
A crumbling but persistent zombie of a debate about the proper place of Serious Women in fashion photo spreads is again lumbering around the internet. Our choices, apparently, are these: either damn...
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2014/07/21 21:26
2014/07/21 21:26
6d
On a cold November afternoon, Harriet Cleveland, a forty-nine-year-old mother of three, waved me over from the steps of her pink cottage in Montgomery, Alabama. She was off to her part-time job as a...
2014/07/21 03:20
2014/07/21 03:20
6d
Psalm 139 is a favorite psalm for many people, and it is usually thought of as comforting. God knows me, God is everywhere, and God made me. But what strikes me about the psalm nowadays is the deep...
2014/07/19 18:09
2014/07/19 18:09
8d
... Tart: The Feminist Subtext of Steinbeck's Of Mice and Men Leighton Meester | The Huffington Post "The insults are thrown at Curley's wife: bitch, tramp, tart. The further along in the production we...
2014/07/19 10:29
2014/07/19 10:29
8d
SOMETIMES the best ideas come to the person who isn’t actively searching for them. We spend a lot of time racking our brains in morning meetings and staring at blank computer screens waiting for an...
2014/07/19 05:15
2014/07/19 05:15
8d
In his Nobel Prize acceptance speech, delivered in 1957, Albert Camus said: “The writer’s role is not free from difficult duties. By definition he cannot put himself today in the service of those who...
2014/07/18 21:09
2014/07/18 21:09
9d
... was always asking things of the Brazen Head... He especially liked giving the Head fantastic instructions: Use mutant robot zombies to collect the infofiles! Use color-coded carrier pigeons!...
2014/07/15 14:39
2014/07/15 14:39
12d
The daily lowdown on books, publishing, and the occasional author behaving badly. Pakistani writer Jamil Ahmad, who published his debut novel, The Wandering Falcon, when he was 79, has died "after a...
2014/07/15 13:52
2014/07/15 13:52
12d
John Timpane, Inquirer Staff Writer Last updated: Tuesday, July 15, 2014, 1:07 AM She made Johannesburg her permanent home in 1948, publishing her first book of fiction, Face to Face, the next year....
2014/07/15 01:06
2014/07/15 01:06
13d
South African author and anti-apartheid activist Nadine Gordimer (right) and German author Gunter Grass in Oslo in 1990. Photo: AFP Nadine Gordimer, the South African writer whose literary ambitions...
2014/07/13 05:15
2014/07/13 05:15
14d
In football terms the jury is still out on whether Brazil 2014 will be the best World Cup ever but it is already perhaps the most globally politicised tournament in decades. From Barack Obama’s tweets...
2014/07/10 17:39
2014/07/10 17:39
17d
The community is invited to visit Banfill-Locke Center for the Arts 7:30 p.m. July 11 to hear from local writers Max Ross and Katrina Vandenberg as part of this year’s Dirty Hands Reading...
2014/07/09 14:02
2014/07/09 14:02
18d
He was a soldier, a boxer, a hunter, a fisherman, a drinker, a father and the writer of words and stories that aimed to be, above all else, true and honest and pure. He also knew how to make one hell...
2014/07/07 20:03
2014/07/07 20:03
20d
A column about life, culture, and politics. Her StruggleWhat if My Struggle by the Norwegian writer Karl Ove Knausgaard were written by Carla Olivia Krauss of Cobble Hill, Brooklyn. Would we care as...
2014/07/07 07:26
2014/07/07 07:26
20d
He was a soldier, a boxer, a hunter, a fisherman, a drinker, a father and the writer of words and stories that aimed to be, above all else, true and honest and pure. He also knew how to make one hell...
2014/07/06 12:52
2014/07/06 12:52
21d
Reviewed by Bob Hoover For many people, the term "Cold War" holds little relevance today, so it's difficult to imagine how the publication of a single novel in 1957 could create a major international...
2014/07/26 23:48
2014/07/26 23:48
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