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A Drunken Ride Through Modern Literary England

Books: ‘Francis Plug, Writer in Residence’

Paul Ewen’s new ride through the arteries of his labyrinthine brainpan is no predictable Lyft. You get dropped off somewhere not near where you were headed. But you sure went fast. You sure went far. And you really wanted to, because you were riding with Francis.

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FitzGerald To Discuss Evangelicals

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In the months leading up to the 2016 presidential election, candidate Donald J. Trump, a reality television star on his third marriage, was quoted saying that if Ivanka was not his daughter he’d like to date her, a tape was released of him bragging to a TV journalist about how women let him grab them “by the pussy,” and he claimed that the Bible was his favorite book but he was unable to quote a single verse from it.  
In 2016, 80 percent of evangelicals voted for Trump.   

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An Interview With Style Icon Carolyne Roehm

Books: ‘Design & Style, A Constant Thread’

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An Interview With Author Susan Orlean

Books: ‘The Library Book’

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Reimagining ‘The Iliad’ From a Woman’s Point of View

Books: ‘The Silence of the Girls’

Like Colm Toibin’s “House of Names,” or Margaret Atwood’s “The Penelopiad,” “The Silence of the Girls” by Pat Barker reframes an ancient Greek story from a perspective glossed over in an original telling.  Barker’s novel reimagines the story of the “Iliad” from behind camp lines — specifically, as seen through the eyes of the captured women of the Greeks during the final weeks of the Trojan War. 

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Collecting Junk Makes Her Heart Beat

Books: ‘The Joy of Junk’

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Novelist Sets Story In Lakeville

Books: ‘The Latecomers’

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Brilliant Writing From Prison

Books: ‘Cherry’

Nico Walker is a once-decorated war hero turned junkie bank robber who wrote “Cherry” from his jail cell. It’s different. 

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First Edition of Haystack Book Festival in Norfolk

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Discovering Other People’s Worlds in Their Houses

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Just as the temperature dipped below 80-something, I could feel my thoughts change with the weather. Only a few weeks ago I was still focused on the garden. Now I found myself pulling out a mohair blanket and reading on my old linen sofa. I put away my bathing suits and tennis dress and rediscovered beloved sweaters and boots. I washed the windows. I thought about having my dining room painted. The inside of my house, the interior places where I will live in the coming months, had my attention once again.

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