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LOVE THE ART, FORGET THE IDEAS
A new exhibition about the enlightenment, sponsored by Germany, sits uncomfortably in Tiananmen Square ...
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THE CV: DONALD SUTHERLAND
His career now ranges from the US Army to the Roman empire, via Jane Austen. Tom Shone picks his finest performances ...  read more »
IN THE BEGINNING WAS THE SOUND
The King James Bible is 400 years old this year, and the music of its sentences is still ringing out. But what exactly made it so good? Ann Wroe gives chapter and verse...
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GIRL STORIES
Literacy rates in sub-Saharan Africa are low, particularly among women. Some new initiatives are trying to change this ...  read more »
NOTES ON A VOICE: W.G. SEBALD
In our fifth instalment of Notes on a Voice, A.D. Miller considers the work of W.G. Sebald, reissued by Vintage this Spring ...  read more »
HOT ON THE TRAIL
In her latest Land Rover column, Helena Douglas discovers the visceral thrill of a traditional English hunt ...  read more »
BOB DYLAN'S CURIOUS DOTAGE
He is about to turn 70. He still tours, and tops the charts—but is he a golden oldie, or a tarnished one? Tim de Lisle decides ...  read more »
A JOB FOR FRANK GEHRY
What happens when you build an island of culture in a vacuum?  read more »

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THE CREEPINESS OF BRADLEY COOPER
Dark times call for dark celebrities, and these times are dark
ACCESSIBILITY AND PUNK FASHION
John Ashbery on teasing the reader
THE Q&A: FRED CORNOG, MUSICIAN
I don’t think that the rebellious spirit of rock ‘n’ roll exists in roll ‘n’ roll anymore

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As the author of A River Runs Through It noted, its rhythms march with its casually Calvinistic economy of the unneeded. Witness the 23d Psalem, with only two adjectives: Still waters and Green pastures. ...


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