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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterJune 18, 2008 At 82, Gore Vidal is America's most formidable man of letters. The page of previously published work included in the front matter of this latest volume -- "The Selected Essays of Gore Vidal" -- lists 24 novels, a nonfiction book, two...
The Baltimore SunEach week The Sun's John McIntyre presents a moderately obscure but evocative word with which you may not be familiar — another brick to add to the wall of your working vocabulary. This week's word: CROTCHET Writers on language and usage are...
Politics is making Americans dumb and mean. It's turning a generous, forward-thinking people into glib, defensive, narrow-minded bores. Pundits tell us that the answer to all this nastiness — from the disgusting comments on message boards to the...
The following students earned Bachelor of Arts in May from St. Mary's College of Maryland: Bradley Dodson, of Sykesville, earned a degree in biology and a minor in political science; Thomas Barnes, of Sykesville earned a degree in economics and a...
Staff reporterMilt leads and overview of Victorian literature--including discussion of Charles Dickens, Matthew Arnold, Charlotte Bronte, Charles Darwin and more--with Lawrence Poston, professor emeritus of English at the University of Illinois Chicago, and Micael...
Staff reporterCindy Arnold was worried about her soldier son, Matthew. So she picked up a pen and let one of the most powerful men in the world know it. Six weeks later, President Obama responded to her with a personal letter. Now Matthew is home in Stewartstown,...
Tags: Texas, Barack Obama, Fort Hood (military base), Death
Times Art CriticTHE PAVED terrace behind the Huntington Art Gallery is 80 paces wide. By my stride, that's more than 165 feet. Stand at the center and look south, with the imposing Beaux-Arts mansion and its striped green awnings at your back, and infinity rolls out...
Esther Jantzen's article, "Literacy begins at home" provides an excellent explanation of what parents can't or won't do by themselves. However, I greatly fear that, unlike Alexander Pope's warning that "a little learning is a dangerous thing," our...
Special to the TribuneCross country isn't a glamor sport, but that doesn't mean you should run away from "The Long Green Line." Cross country, which involves teams of runners traversing hill and dale for points, doesn't attract a lot of attention, but there are great...
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