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Joel and Ethan Coen's "No Country for Old Men" received best picture honors today from the New York Film Critics Circle. The gritty film noir based on the novel by Cormac McCarthy dominated the critics' picks, winning a total of four awards. Besides best...
Special to the TimesBy Marianne Wiggins The winners of the National Book Awards were announced this month -- did anyone notice? Oscar, Emmy, Grammy, Tony, Golden Globe: award shows deemed worthy of TV. But what about the poor relation at the table -- books? Anybody want to...
Special to The TimesJAVIER BARDEM seems an unlikely chameleon. The handsome, muscular former Spanish national rugby team player with the broken nose should be easy to pick out of a lineup. But perhaps the most remarkable thing about the widely acclaimed actor is his...
Log of the S.S. the Mrs. Unguentine A Novel Stanley Crawford Dalkey Archive Press: 114 pp., $12.95 paper ORIGINALLY published in 1972, Stanley Crawford's allegorical novel "Log of the S.S. the Mrs. Unguentine" has been in and out of print for years....
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Fiction 1. The Shack by William P. Young ($14.99) 2. Twilight by Stephenie Meyer ($10.99) 3. New Moon by Stephenie Meyer ($10.99) 4. Out Stealing Horses by Per Petterson ($14) 5. Bridge of Sighs by Richard Russo ($14.95) 6. The Alchemist by Paulo...
Times Staff WriterThe great novelists, Larry McMurtry believes, write their masterpieces in the prime of life. And at 66, he figures he's past his prime. The powers that inspired "The Last Picture Show" and "Terms of Endearment" are in decline. By his own reckoning, the...
Times Staff WriterThe Civil War epic "Cold Mountain" opens with a stunning vision of hell. It's 1864, Petersburg, Virginia, and Union soldiers have tunneled into the ground to lay explosives beneath Confederate lines. When the charges ignite, it's as if the very Earth were...
Times Staff WriterPlaywright and screenwriter Horton Foote reappears in the kitchen of Ron Bernstein's Hollywood bungalow, where a few other friends of the film-rights agent collect around a table composed just so with voluptuous fruits, delicate French pastries and...
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