Archives mensuelles : mai 2013

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28 mai 2013 · 21 h 51 min

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Unless you actually work in a 911 call center, it’s almost impossible to imagine the stress level. But it isn’t a simple matter of dealing with the nonstop issues of a large city; it is about trying to disengage for the purposes of self-preservation and job efficiency. Often, it’s difficult…

The Cinemaniac: Review: The Call (2013)

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28 mai 2013 · 21 h 46 min

thecinemaniac:

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If there is one movie I could watch again from those I’ve seen this year, it’s The Place Beyond the Pines. I’ve anticipated this one for some time, without really knowing what I’d be getting myself into. Not that I know, I want to go back to that place, to that world, to that curious…

The Cinemaniac: Review: The Place Beyond the Pines (2013)

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28 mai 2013 · 21 h 39 min

theparisreview:

The Great Gatsby—With a Unicorn

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28 mai 2013 · 19 h 48 min

theparisreview:

INTERVIEWER

Biography seems valuable partly because it can say something about the lies we all tell.

MICHAEL HOLROYD

And it can say it without ticking people off and knowing better. It can say, This is how we are, and how we get through things sometimes. One must be more courageous and not destroy things like Dickens and Hardy and the rest of them did. Hardy’s view of writing his own biography was genius really—there was no length to which he wouldn’t go. But having said that, when I came to look at my own papers not long ago, some tremors went through me. I read in ten minutes a series of postcards and odd letters sent to me over a decade, and I suddenly said, Christ! Now I know what was being said. At the time, I didn’t. Also, it’s amazing what we remember and how we forget. The point is that if I’m saying this about one of my subjects, I’m saying it about myself, too. It’s part of the human condition.

Read more of an excerpt from Michael Holroyd’s Art of Biography interview.

Pictured: Michael Holroyd’s writing room. Photography Credit Eamonn McCabe

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28 mai 2013 · 19 h 48 min

manufacturedeslettres:

Poursuivons cette semaine avec un peu plus de légèreté ! Redécouvrez quelques couvertures célèbres de la sérié des “James Bond” d’Ian Flemning, né le 28 mai 1908 à Londres. Et vous, quel est votre James Bond préféré ? Nous rajouterons toutes vos suggestions à cet album. —L’agent secret 007, des livres au cinéma 

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28 mai 2013 · 16 h 11 min

theparisreview:

Introducing the Summer Issue!

Our latest issue—featuring Michael Holroyd, Hermione Lee, Imre Kertész, Lydia Davis, Ben Lerner, and more!

Click here for selections from the issue available on our Web site. To read it all, subscribe or purchase the issue at your local bookstore on June 15.

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28 mai 2013 · 16 h 10 min