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Telling Stories: The Craft of Narrative and the Writing Life

Equal parts textbook, memoir, and reflection on the writing process, this is a cogent, realistic, and inspirational advice for professional and novice writers of all sorts.

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A Filmmaker Wants to Turn the 20th Century’s Greatest Novel Into a Virtual Reality Game

That technology is being used to examine and perhaps shape Ulysses’ understanding, isn’t that surprising. After all, there was a time when books were considered technology.

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'Beheading the Virgin Mary' Ambles Through Irish-to-Scot Emigration

From the legacy of The Troubles and Irish-Catholic assimilation, McLaughlin follows the way his early life has transpired, and plots his own direction.

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On Listening to His Hair Growing White: 'James Joyce: A New Biography'

Gordon Bowker's work is a necessary contribution to the study of Joyce, and should be welcomed by any serious student or scholar. His observation of Joyce's diminishing personal and familial joy makes for sobering instruction.

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'A Moveable Feast' in 'Midnight in Paris'

Ernest Hemingway compared Paris to a moveable feast because no matter what time it is, Paris is always the magnificent city of lights. Woody Allen expands upon Hemingway's testimony in the magical Midnight in Paris.

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Why Does the Mix CD Still Exist?

DJ Spooky has a new book and album that each explore remix culture. But what value is the single mix CD in an era where remix culture floods the distribution network with endless freely distributed combinations?


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