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DOES GLOBAL CULTURE EXIST?

Tim Parks asks if the power of global literary models, particularly in fiction, can have harmful effects on personal and national self-expression.
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Philip Roth: Enough Failure

Philip Roth's French interview announcing the end of his writing career has just been published in English.
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REMEMBERING WILFRED OWEN

Today is Remembrance Day. But what is it that we are remembering - the dead or "the fallen", the pity of war or its glory, waste or "sacrifice"?
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THE MUSEUM OF INNOCENCE

Orhan Pamuk talks about his most recently translated novel and his Museum of Innocence project in Istanbul, based on the novel of the same name.
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JOYCE ON THE BATTER

He asked them for credit, they answered him 'Yea' ...
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CHEAP SHOTS

AN Wilson has a bit of a laugh at the expense of victims of sexual exploitation.
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SPLITTING THE VOTE

Young Nathan Zuckerman is preaching to his father about politics, but his father has some lessons too about what the Republican party is for.
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SEEING BRIGHT PICTURES

Charlotte Brontë receives some well meant advice from a more senior literary figure, which however she finds a little confusing.
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OTHER PEOPLE’S TRADES

Being a writer can be and has been combined with many other activities, manufacturing paint and varnish for example.
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QUIXOTE IN WICKLOW

A decayed country house moves JM Synge to a creative empathy for its vanished inhabitants.
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