Jul 21, 2011 @ 4:00:00 am
At The Guardian, Jim Crace surveys the history of phone hacking in literature.
New York magazine argues that one of the main characters in Jeff Eugenides’s forthcoming novel The Marriage Plot (which we’ll all be hearing plenty about over the next several months) is modeled on David Foster Wallace.
A lesbian couple is asked to stop holding hands—at a Gertrude Stein exhibition in San Francisco.
As British Prime Minister David Cameron comes under attack for his ties to the Murdoch empire, News International stock enjoyed an upward bounce Tuesday thanks to Rupert’s testimony before Parliament. Romenesko writes that the Wall Street Journal has run at least seven editorials this week in defense of its parent company, News Corp.
Music critic Anthony Tommasini takes in the cacophonous sounds of a Yankees game.
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