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De Moura's ad will ask, "Could you live in a tub for 40 years?" and will highlight the life of Lolita , a lone orca who has been imprisoned in a small tank at the Miami Seaquarium after being captured in 1970.
Completing a trilogy begun with Love and continued in Faith, this is the gentlest and most amenable of Ulrich Seidl's dramas of female sexuality. Thirteen-year-old Melanie (Melanie Lenz) is spending the summer at an Austrian diet camp where "
Which is not to say her rather raunchy debut novel isnt a highly diverting read. But trying to make her predator, 26-year-old Celeste, as funny as Humbert Humbert is a losing game...Nutting is more successful when shes exploring whats hers alone the
The Catcher in the Rye, Doctor Zhivago, I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings, Brave New World, Of Mice and Men, Slaughterhouse-Five, The Handmaid's Tale and Lolita...The novel centres on Celeste Price, a 26-year-old sexual predator and high school teacher
Some readers will praise the story as an uncompromising look at a remorseless sexual deviant. Others will dismiss it as a distasteful act of provocateurship. Either way, the controversy will presumably move some copies. The other warning readers
Suggested Topics Guy Pearce was last seen in Iron Man 3 , and Felicity Jones is set to co-star in the next Spider-Man film, so Breathe In is a welcome opportunity to remind ourselves of how sensitive they both are when playing ordinary, un-
AP Bookshops in several states are refusing to sell a controversial new novel that has been compared to Vladimir Nabokov's Lolita . American writer Alissa Nutting's novel Tampa , about a female teacher who preys on teenage boys, will be out in
This expectation increases exponentially when it comes to the world of romance...Of course, I'm sure the reverse applies for guys who don't particularly dig women who read a lot, and who can get a little soap-boxy about it. A reader's book
A six-notebook draft of Murphy , Samuel Beckett's first novel, has sold at auction for nearly a million pounds. Up until its sale to Reading University this week, the manuscript belonged to a private collector and had been shrouded in secrecy.
It means things aren't all simple and easy, but have now been rendered murky and uncategorizable (made-up word!) by the shape-shifting forces of ambiguity...It has a prickly, complex beauty, but it's the sort you'd rather admire in a museum than in