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Doris Betts Southern author of short stories, novels Doris Betts, 79, a novelist and writing teacher best known for short stories and novels that evoke the geography and mores of the South, died of lung cancer Saturday at her home in Pittsboro, N.C.,...
All The RageMadonna and Lourdes Leon's Material Girl adds beauty products, among other things....
The Vampire Archives The Most Complete Volume of Vampire Tales Ever Published Edited and with an Introduction by Otto Penzler Vintage: 1034 pp., $25 paper "You have heard, no doubt, of the appalling superstition that prevails in Upper and Lower...
Tags: Fiction, Alcoholic Beverages, England, Ray Bradbury, Anne Rice
Jacket CopyPoet Matthew Zapruder talks about writing about high culture and low culture. He'll be at the Festival of Books Sunday....
Special to the Los Angeles Times"Oh sleep! It is a gentle thing, beloved from pole to pole," British poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge wrote in "The Rime of the Ancient Mariner." And, I might add, place to place. There's something special about bedding down where Albert Einstein, Marilyn...
Operation Bite Back Rod Coronado's War to Save American Wilderness Dean Kuipers Bloomsbury: 320 pp., $25 In Samuel Taylor Coleridge's epic poem "The Rime of the Ancient Mariner," a ship strays into uncharted waters and an albatross appears out of the...
Happy the poet whose life and work remain so well-remembered that his name becomes an adjective. George Gordon Byron, sixth baron of that title, is certainly a poet who stands in that rarefied company, though it's hard to believe that even the linguistic...
By Nick Owchar Why do so many monsters live in Victorian London? Was there something toxic in the Thames (Spenser probably wouldn't call it "sweet" if he could have seen it then -- or now) or in the fog that, as the Environmental Protection Agency points...
Tags: Prostitution, Literature, Entertainment, Reviews, Michael Cox
Special to The TimesOctober 24, 2007 With this piece, we introduce a series of occasional articles in which contemporary writers look back at classic works of literature. Here, Jack Lynch, the author of "Becoming Shakespeare: The Unlikely Afterlife That Turned a...
Special to The TimesExmoor is one of England's smallest national parks, but it packs a grand variety of natural attractions within its borders: magnificent coastal bluffs, lush woodland, tumbling streams. Despite all this wonderful countryside, don't expect to meet many...
"Aha moments" are the best thing about reading good literature. Those moments occur when connections are made, memories are stirred and the intellect is stimulated. I see these moments every day in the classroom, and I cherish them. English class is...
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On Thursday, the Poetry Foundation, in association with the Poetry Society of America, is hosting a timely event in Chicago titled "Red, White & Blue: Poets on Politics." It's part of a national series being held in several American cities, with a...
Tags: Mitt Romney, Republican Party, Democratic Party, Boston, Poetry
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