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  • What if it were 'Mr. Dalloway'? Book covers revisited

    Artist Daniela Comani remakes classic book covers by inverting the gender. Mr. Dalloway, anyone?
  • Discoveries

    Cricket Radio Tuning In the Night-Singing Insects John Himmelman Belknap/Harvard University Press: 260 pp., $22.95 "The game is to listen," Rachel Carson wrote in 1956 of the night-singing insects. "Not so much to the full orchestra, as to the...

    Theater review: 'The Tale of the Allergist's Wife' at La Mirada Theatre for the Performing Arts

    What do you need to be happy? A big life, great art or just a good suppository? These questions haunt “The Tale of the Allergist’s Wife,” Charles Busch’s undemanding comedy now at La Mirada Theatre for the Performing Arts. Middle-aged...


    Becoming Animal An Earthly Cosmology David Abram Pantheon: 310 pp., $26.95 David Abram's first book, "The Spell of the Sensuous," was one of those rare, mind-altering books (an Aldous Huxley or Hermann Hesse on the literary Richter scale — and...

    Nobel laureates in literature: the good, the bad and the Nazi

    When the Nobel Prize in literature was announced this month, the name "Herta Muller" met much American head-scratching. Muller, an ethnically German Romanian who writes of trials of living under a repressive dictatorship, has a strong reputation in Europe...