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John Keats

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  • 'Homeless' exhibit promotes understanding

     'Homeless' exhibit promotes understanding
    The multimedia exhibit "Homeless in Paradise" opened Nov. 5 at BC Space Gallery in Laguna Beach. The show was created by Laguna artists Faye Chapman and Tim Carmody, and Los Angeles Times photographer Genaro Molina in recognition of National Hunger and...
  • The latest travel books

    'Moon Handbooks: Cleveland' Avalon, $17.95 Poor Cleveland. For years, the city has been the object of bad jokes by late-night comedians. Nowadays, though, attitudes seem to be changing. Author Douglas Trattner goes so far as to write that Cleveland "has...
  • Fortuneteller

    In debt up to his chin, with a case of writer's block worsening by the minute, Sean Wyman, 33, is an exile from his own life. Recently divorced, he has pulled up stakes in Oxford and moved into his new girlfriend Abigail's house in London, where the study...
  • 'The Vampire Archives,' edited by Otto Penzler

    'The Vampire Archives,' edited by Otto Penzler
    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...
  • Reynolds Price relives the past in high spirits

    Reynolds Price relives the past in high spirits
    Spring is impossibly verdant in Raleigh, so lush it's steamy. The path to the door of Reynolds Price's house in the woods is scattered with beechnuts. Tree frogs babble, the screen door slams, somewhere in the pond outside the kitchen an old snapping...
  • Jane Campion's 'Bright Star' poetry

    Jane Campion's 'Bright Star' poetry
    Jane Campion has been many things, including the only woman to win the Cannes Film Festival's Palme d'Or and an inspiration, she only recently found out, to Quentin Tarantino, who confided that her success with "The Piano" emboldened him to feel "you...
  • Lincoln MKX could take on the Lexus

    The Lincoln MKX is the upscale version of the Ford Edge crossover, Dearborn's tidy people mover with a 3.5-liter V6, six-speed transmission and available all-wheel drive. So, naturally, it makes me think of John Keats. One of the unluckiest sods ever to...
  • Don't judge teachers by test scores

    In her Op-Ed article, "Put teachers to the test," Camille Esch writes that "the old evaluation system that ignores student achievement and finds virtually all teachers 'satisfactory' simply sets the bar too low." Although I agree with her, and with all...
  • 'Posthumous Keats' by Stanley Plumly

    'Posthumous Keats' by Stanley Plumly
    Posthumous Keats A Personal Biography Stanley Plumly W.W. Norton: 392 pp., $27.95 This is a beautiful book. As its subtitle suggests, the poet Stanley Plumly here provides a "personal" assessment of the life and work of John Keats; his biography has...
  • Video: Abbie Cornish on 'Bright Star'

     
    All Oscarologists know how much academy voters love ing??nues, especially when they portray lovers. In "Bright Star," Abbie Cornish embodies one of the immortals: Fanny Brawne, the woman adored by the world's greatest romantic poet, John Keats, who died...
  • 'Bright Star' to shine at the Oscars?

     
    "Bright Star" just opened with luminous reviews, scoring 81 at Metacritic. The L.A. Times calls this dramatization of poet John Keats' (Ben Whishaw) tragic love affair with the girl next door (Abbie Cornish) "one of the most moving, most transporting love...