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Fictitious Dishes: Literature’s Most Memorable Meals

In keeping with the conceit of Marcel Proust, that the sensory overload of a particular dish can have in evoking involuntary memory – in his case the Madeline – New York based graphic designer… 350 more words

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TOP GIRLS - CARYL CHURCHILL

ALBION DECLINING

AN ODE TO THATCHERISM

 

 

            Churchill doesn’t introduce us to blood-spattered Colonel Mustard guiltily holding a dripping candlestick in the library, nor do we meet Miss. 2,328 more words

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Seeing an old friend

This week’s International New York Times Style Magazine brough back an old literary friend. At 87, J.P. Donleavy, dressed as an gentleman farmer in green jacket and with a woollen hat looks away form the camera and and seems to regret  to having given in to the photo session. 261 more words

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Things fall apart

“I can’t believe that I can work and work for years and the whole thing can fall apart like this. For what? For fucking what?”

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Why can't I do both?

I’d always tell her, why can’t I do both? Who says you have to be either smart or pretty, or into girly stuff or sports? Life shouldn’t be about the either/or.

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