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Month: June 2017

Explore Quotes About Heartbreak, Erudite And More!

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Smart Ideas That Will Boost Your IPad Effectiveness

When you first discover how great an iPad is, you probably forget about all the other great things it can do. There are hundreds of great insider tips that can make using this device super easy. The following article will provide you with some sound advice on making your iPad work to fit your needs. The user reviews are generally incredibly accurate in representations of the quality of the application. Of course, you need to make sure that there are more than just one or two reviews, but if there are, and if the app has four or five...

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Flappers, Futurists, Bloomsbury And Putney – Wyndham Lewis’s Many Enemies

Who next for a blast? Wyndham Lewis in 1917, photographed by George Charles Beresford Wyndham Lewis was a painter, poet, publisher and picker of fights. No target was too grand or too trivial: sentimental Victorians and the modern man of government; shark art dealers and the ‘atrocious’ Royal Academy; compilers of honours lists and editors of literary reviews; thin flapper girls and the fat ‘Belgian bumpkins’ of Peter Paul Rubens; men who read detective stories and women who liked bowl-of-apple paintings by second-rate Cézannes. People who lived in Putney. The poet Edith Sitwell, who sat for an unfinished portrait...

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Spiteful, Cynical, Structurally Flawed – Why On Earth Are Critics Raving About Gloria?

A scene from Gloria (image: Marc Brenner) Hand it to the Americans. They know how to hype a young talent to death. The latest to be asphyxiated by the literary establishment is Branden Jacobs-Jenkins. He’s written six off-Broadway plays (one adapted from a script by Boucicault), and won a ton of awards and prize money. Most of the English ‘critics’, if one can call them that, have meekly regurgitated the American propaganda. Gloria , which was nominated for the Pulitzer, now arrives at Hampstead. The setting is a snobbish New York magazine, which is absolutely and emphatically not the...

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BOOK REVIEW: Apocalypse Darkens Meyer Novel

New ground: Novelist Deon Meyer, who says for his new novel, Fever, he chose a virus to wipe out most of earth’s people instead of an asteroid, ‘as that would have been too catastrophic’. He had to convince his more than 30 international publishers and his agents the postapocalyptic novel was worth taking a chance on. Picture: SUPPLIED Hodder & Stroughton Internationally acclaimed crime writer Deon Meyer has taken, "a calculated risk" in producing a doorstopper of a novel about a postapocalyptic SA that will raise a fever almost as dangerous as that of his title. Reader reaction is...

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