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Out of the Woodstein

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Waugh is Hell

Virginia Woolf once divided writers into two categories: those she would have liked to have dinner with, and those with

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At Long Last, Love

RUFFAUT IS AT pains at the beginning of his latest film to assure his audience that the events they are

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Reading Period is upon us without warning. Ever wonder why the films during the Depression employed huge chorus lines, gaudy

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The Titanic Sailed at Dawn

O NLY STANLEY KUBRICK could have done it--made a film more beautiful, more boring and more expensive than The Great

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Off the Bus, Off the Wall

A few years ago, a slogan was current that went "Support mental health or I'll kill you." One Flew Over

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Dr. Strangelove. Dr. Strangelove is the definitive Cold War satire, perhaps the blackest of apocalyptic humor. It is one of

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The New Gotha Programme

Things are tough all over. In New York, the brokers are trading pieces of worthless paper that represent people's life

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G & S Without Peers

T HE LIFE-CYCLE of the drama critic resembles that of a not-so-absolute monarch. At the beginning of his reign, he

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Courthouse Politics

T O THE DISPLEASURE of many Marxists, the issues that confront the Supreme Court cannot easily be placed on a

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What Ho! on the Rialto

T HIS MERCHANT OF VENICE is prime evidence for the view that Shakespeare should be produced on stage as a

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Bagehot Updated: II

(Part I of "Bagehot Updated" explained how Harold Wilson attempted to block publication of the diaries kept by Richard Crossman,

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N EW YORKERS are proud of having the biggest and most extreme examples of all facets of urban life, and

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Conspiracy theories seem to abound everywhere at the moment, film being no exception. One of the better of the Oswald-Nixon-Sirhan

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"The most curious thing about the Cabinet," Walter Bagehot, founder and editor ot the Economist, wrote in 1867, "is that

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