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About a dozen years ago, I served as a judge for the PEN/Hemingway Award for First Fiction. The award ceremony took place in Boston on a windy Sunday afternoon at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum (where Ernest Hemingway's personal...
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When Rebecca Gilman's adaptation of the remarkable 1940 Carson McCullers novel, "The Heart is a Lonely Hunter," was staged at the New York Theatre Workshop in 2009, a controversy erupted over a decision to cast a hearing actor in the central role of...
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One does not venture far into Philip Roth's new novel, "Indignation," without learning that its principal setting is in northwestern Ohio, in a town that lies some 18 miles from Lake Erie, has a Buckeye Street, a Wine Creek running through it, and an...
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