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The Baltimore SunI am responding to a researcher's questionnaire about editing and the role of the editor. One question invites me to suggest a metaphor for editing, and the first that occurred to me is one I have made previously in these dispatches: surgery. Editors...
Each 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: COZEN A fine old word, with us since the...
Jacket CopyTo mark the opening of baseball season we have reviews of the three books on the sport as well as John Sutherland's massive "Lives of the Novelists."...
Only toward dawn did the sea begin to calm. I rose from my berth and glanced out the window. The setting moon cast a broad light on the rolling waters of the Bass Strait, and in the distance, the lights of Tasmania began to dot the darkness. We had...
A few months ago, a reader sent me an edition of Anthony Trollope's "The Claverings" printed in the United States in 1866. It weighs a pound and has about 210,000 words and 210 glossy pages, with an eight-point typeface. Even though I always choose...
Tags: Edmund Burke, William Morris, Book, New York
Exiles in the Garden A Novel Ward Just Houghton Mifflin Harcourt: 280 pp., $25 Ward Just left an active life as a journalist, serving as a distinguished reporter in Washington and Vietnam, to dedicate himself to fiction. Over the last 39 years he...
Jacket CopySure, William Faulkner is one of the most iconic writers of the 20th century. He won the Nobel Prize for literature. And was a mailman. When Faulkner accepted the Nobel in 1950, he said, "I feel that this award was......
JOHN SUTHERLAND is professor emeritus of modern English literature at University College, London, and a visiting professor of literature at Caltech.AS EVERYONE who is not locked in a dungeon knows, the story of Anna Nicole Smith has received overwhelming attention in recent weeks. The mainstream American press, in fact, has taken a good deal of stick from its more highbrow readers for devoting so...
Tags: England, Television, San Francisco, Death, Anna Nicole Smith
Tribune staff reporterIt occurred to me that the world, or baseball, anyhow, owes Jerome Holtzman his own action figure. Being the freshly designated "official baseball historian" is all very nice, but action figures say it louder these days. Why an action figure for...
Sun-SentinelHe sat where it would seem every American tourist wants to sit -- on a bench in Sydney's Royal Botanic Gardens overlooking the harbor on a beautiful spring morning. Off to the left, the Opera House unfolded; behind it, the Harbour Bridge stretched, its...
Tags: Trips and Vacations, Science, Botany, Politics, Bars and Clubs
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Apr 9, 2000 |Story| South Florida Sun-Sentinel
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