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  • Review: "Anne Frank: The Book, The Life, The Afterlife" by Francine Prose

    Review: "Anne Frank: The Book, The Life, The Afterlife" by Francine Prose
    Of the many hats worn by icon Anne Frank—ingĂ©nue, prophet, precocious innocent, even an actual lampshade, in one ill-advised incarnation—the most obvious is the least examined: writer. But in Anne Frank, author and lifetime fan Francine...
  • 'A Jury of Her Peers' by Elaine Showalter

    'A Jury of Her Peers' by Elaine Showalter
    A Jury of Her Peers American Women Writers From Anne Bradstreet to Annie Proulx Elaine Showalter Alfred A. Knopf: 608 pp., $30 The title of this, the "first literary history of American women writers ever written," explains Elaine Showalter, comes...
  • 'All the Living,' by C.E. Morgan

    'All the Living,' by C.E. Morgan
    People Are Unappealing True Stories of Our Collective Capacity to Irritate and Annoy Sara Barron Three Rivers Press: 224 pp., $13.95 paper These days, the market is pretty well saturated when it comes to memoir. Which means it has to be good; it...
  • Speak, memory

    Speak, memory
    In the early stages of writing my memoir "Slow Motion," I packed my bags and prepared to spend a month at Yaddo, an artists' community in Saratoga Springs, N.Y. I had never been to Yaddo before and was feeling intimidated. James Baldwin, Truman Capote and...
  • Discoveries

    Discoveries
    Mr. Fooster Traveling on a Whim A Visual Novel Tom Corwin, illustrated by Craig Frazier Flying Dolphin Press: 102 pp., $14.95 Mr. Fooster walks and lets his mind wander. He ponders certain questions, like why mandarin oranges come in perfect...
  • Monster Mash: Eva Longoria Parker in Washington; Rose Art Museum drama; Damien Hirst paintings

     
    -- Star power: Eva Longoria Parker was in Washington on Tuesday to drum up support for the planned National Museum for the American Latino. (Miami Herald) -- Legal wrangling: Brandeis University said it would delay the sale of key artwork......
  • Sheldon Epps: Play it again

    Sheldon Epps: Play it again
    The Pasadena Playhouse has had more close calls than Pearl White, more farewells (and miraculous recoveries) than Sarah Bernhardt. And here we go again. The theater, which began 93 years ago as a troupe of actors in the Crown City, switched off its stage...
  • 10 things you might not know about drunkenness

    10 things you might not know about drunkenness
    With the Cubs and Sox in the playoffs, Chicago is trying to curb booze-fueled idiocy around the ballparks by asking nearby bar owners to suspend alcohol sales in the eighth and ninth innings of any possible series-clinching home game. Here are 10 takes on...
  • Gore Vidal's Novel 'Hollywood' Is Just Out, but the Great Curmudgeon Is Not Celebrating

    IT IS DECEMBER, AND THE AIR is a wash of silky light, astringently cool, but sunny enough to allow one to bathe in multiple sensations of warmth. Under white canvas umbrellas in outdoor cafes the beautiful ladies of Rome in their beautiful furs cross...