A woman enters a bookshop on Charing Cross Road, London. The shop specialises in art books, many of them expensive; even paperback editions and more so imported ones. 2,538 more words
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In the first months of 1960, my grandfather managed to get out of Cuba thanks to some connections to Fidel Castro, an old prep school buddy of his, and left on a jet also carrying the senator from Massachusetts, John F. 1,063 more words
Directed by Larry Clark from a screenplay by Harmony Korine, Kids is one of the most honest motion pictures to ever cover the teenage psyche. The mire of teenage life has often been touched on by the various arts to varying effect, but this 1995 film unflinchingly navigates the terrain and doesn’t turn its face away when things turn ugly. 726 more words
Kids helmer Larry Clark circumvented traditional distribution when he put his latest film, Marfa Girl, online for fans to stream on his own website for $5.99 a pop. 245 more words
This blog entry continues from Research point (ii) – the core of the argument? at: http://cormac513273.wordpress.com/2014/10/01/research-point-ii-the-core-of-the-argument/
Question: Do I agree with the core argument?
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