CRITICAL LINKING: November 12, 2011

Our daily round-up of bookish links. Tastes great with coffee.

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“To have plausible and vivid representations of composers and classical musicians in literature and in film is very important.”

Alex Ross on writing about music.

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“One thing I can say for sure is that as soon as I put that costume on, something happens.”

Alan Rickman talks, for the first time, about the role that will define his career.

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“102. Nov 1972 Graham Greene The End of the Affair 1951 240pp”

In case you’ve been wondering what Art Garfunkel’s been doing.

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“Last month at the Texas Freethought Convention, author Christopher Hitchens spent 15 minutes creating a reading list for an eight-year-old girl named Mason Crumpacker.”

Have fun with David Hume, Crumpacker (incredible name, right?)

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