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  1. The New Yorker: All About the Hamiltons Consider me interested, although the lyrics quoted in the above snippit are a bit on-the-nose. Miranda's twitter Miranda's website Here's the performance alluded to in the first part of the article:
  2. So I'm attempting to write a piece on historical literary clubs in the past. The idea of the essay is going to be supporting the proposition that writers and thinkers can often achieve their best work, not as loners, but by being spurred on by each other. Ophelia Field mentions this in her book, The Kit-Cat Club, when she writes "... a group biography is an apt form for a book about the Kit-Cats: they believed creative forces came from the 'commerce' or 'intercourse' between men's minds, as opposed to later beliefs in subconscious, individual sources of creativity. They believed that their
  3. Weirdly enough, just the other day I was bemoaning the fact that there aren't really any fantastically trashy treatments of major figures in US history. The Tudors, the Borgias, even Kublai Khan have all had their turn, but the US seems to be locked out of the market. The Kennedys could have been an in, but it was a bit of a damp squib. Well, coming from the History Channel this very month, here's Sons of Liberty. Starring Ben Barnes as Sam Adams, Henry Thomas as John Adams, Dean Norris as Benjamin Franklin, Rafe Spall as John Hancock, and so on. Trailers below. https://www.youtube.com
  4. An interview. The Devil in the White City never really clicked for me--it was two parallel stories that never really merged for me. In The Garden of the Beasts on the other hand was hard to put down. I haven't read any of his others--but, maybe, some day....
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