When excellence in theater, painting, and filmmaking wasn't enough, a German iconoclast took up writing novels.
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The author of Gods Without Men looks for the music -- and multiple souls -- of a city.
Deep in the heart of Georgia, an undertaker's secret refuses to stay buried.
In My Brother's Book, the beloved author delivers an elegant elegy and swan song.
What happens to your memories when you watch De Niro play your dad?
The author and naturalist exposes the inspirations behind her remarkable illustrations.
How an English church was transformed into a work of highly personal art.
A Mediterranean quest combines with a philosophic take on aging.
London's "psychogeographer" looks at the transformations wrought by Olympic spectacle.
The author and artist's life chronicled in suits and sharks.
The "dizzying, euphoric" prose of a trailblazing Brazilian writer, in a new series of translations.
A critic takes a scene-by-scene journey through a masterpiece of cinema.
How the blocks and "minifigs" have leapt the gap from toy to obsession.
The Academy Award-winning documentary filmmaker explores the nature of truth in photographs.
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