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London :: United Kingdom | 17 days ago

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Rex Features Robert Macfarlane 's The Old Ways records 15 journeys two in sailing boats across the Hebridean Sea, the rest on foot undertaken by the author. He goes where others have once gone, both geographically and textually. He takes old tracks

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Boston :: MA :: USA | 18 days ago

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Author Lev Grossman got fans and fellow writers involved for the creation of the book trailer for his upcoming work 'The Magician's Land.' July 10, 2014 'The Magician's Land' book trailer Lev Grossman recently released a book trailer for his upcoming

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London :: United Kingdom | 18 days ago

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There are two rooms in the National Portrait Gallery's Virginia Woolf exhibition which show, under glass, the beautifully designed covers of the books that Woolf published after she set up her own press with her husband, Leonard Woolf. Visiting the

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New York City :: NY :: USA | 18 days ago

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Photo AFP David Walton hopes his latest sitcom About A Boy is a hit. The sixth time might just be the charm for Chestnut Hill's David Walton. The 35-year-old actor has appeared in five TV series that were cancelled before the end of their first

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London :: United Kingdom | 26 days ago

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Designed by artists and writers to look like open books, the 50 seats have been placed around London. Cartoonist Ralph Steadman and How To Train Your Dragon creator Cressida Cowell are among those taking part. The idea has been launched by the

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Reading :: United Kingdom | 27 days ago

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Alamy Last week marked the centenary of Laurie Lee's birth...Heck, waking up in the morning is motivation enough for re-opening this wonderful book. But the thing that most persuaded us at Guardian HQ to discuss Laurie Lee this month on the Reading

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London :: United Kingdom | 30 days ago

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How can you tell when an audience is laughing with someone or laughing at them? There is a moment in Sam Yates's production of the 1960 classic Billy Liar which made that clear. The writers, Keith Waterhouse and Willis Hall, called the play a

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London :: United Kingdom | 1 month ago

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The Cyberiad (Penguin, £9.99), a collection of stories from Stanislaw Lem first published in Polish in 1965, knocked me sideways. I only really knew about Lem because of Solaris, the masterful (and determinedly laugh-free) film by the great Andrei

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London :: United Kingdom | 1 month ago

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Linda Grant's previous novel We Had it So Good followed a group of friends from their student years at Oxford in the 1960s to the present day, a structure she returns to in Upstairs at the Party, though this time her characters meet in the "playpen"

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London :: United Kingdom | 1 month ago

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Government planning inspectors are deciding whether to allow developers to build a housing estate in the green fields of the Slad Valley where Cider with Rosie by Laurie Lee (pictured) is set. Photograph: Countrysidecollection/Homer Sy/Alamy Today is

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