Remains of the day

This post was written by Friday guest blogger Annie Reid.

  • The Guardian profiles Sarah Waters.
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  • The TLS reports on a new arena of academic study: the child writer.
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  • The fabulous Canadian magazine Maisonneuve will be refocusing content on the city and culture of Montreal, rather than continuing with a wider focus. A boon for Montreal, but I’m feeling a bit sorry for the rest of us.
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  • Rick Moody interviewed in the Independent.
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  • Julian Barnes on fragments of Flaubert’s correspondence.
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  • A profile of Maurice Sendak and the opening of a Sendak-Tony Kushner collaborative opera, Brundibar: “This production is based on Mr. Sendak’s 2003 picture book of the same name, written with Mr. Kushner, which in turn was inspired by the original opera, by Hans Krasa, with a libretto by Adolf Hoffmeister, which was first performed in 1942 at a Jewish orphanage in Prague.”
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