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Culture Monster-- Breaking the glass ceiling: Nell Leyshon will be the first female playwright to be produced at what is now Shakespeare's Globe Theatre. (The Guardian) -- Found footage: The Sixth Floor Museum in Texas has released new film footage of......
Special to the Los Angeles TimesUntold Story A Novel Monica Ali Scribner: 259 pp., $25 Fairy tales are the Euclidian geometry of fiction. Reading them — and having them read to us — are the moments when we first divide reality. We teach our imagination to leap, hit the...
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Imagine being ordered by your boss to live in an exotic place people dream about visiting all their lives. Your job? Explore it, master it and translate it for hundreds of thousands of readers back home. The foreign correspondent is a traveler by...
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The 2007 Oscar awards season has officially begun. The Telluride Film Festival, the Colorado celluloid fete that serves as an intimate family reunion for cinephiles and a launch pad for specialty-film Oscar campaigns, unveiled its 34th annual lineup this...
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Times Staff WriterHis next project, Hanif Kureishi is saying, will be a fat, juicy novel about a shrink, chockablock with "all the stuff that I'm interested in — you know, race, sex, politics, psychoanalysis, literature, TV." The time frame? The 1970s through July...
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Changing My Mind Occasional Essays Zadie Smith The Penguin Press: 306 pp., $26.95 Reviewing Zadie Smith's 2001 debut, "White Teeth," the critic James Wood lumped the blazing hot young British writer with no less than Salman Rushdie, David Foster...
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