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Nothing Here Now But The Recordings: Listening to William Burroughs

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June 2012

Charlie Fox

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June 2012

About a month ago I was in Berlin. Every night I had a very strange dream. I was watching an American chat show filmed...

Interview

June 2012

Interview with Malcolm McNeill

Patrick Langley

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June 2012

I first met Malcolm McNeill in 2007. He was in London to do some printing for an exhibition, and he showed...

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May 2012

Interview with Jonathan Safran Foer

Jacques Testard

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May 2012

Much has been written about the precocity and talent of Jonathan Safran Foer, whose debut novel Everything is Illuminated...

Art

May 2012

Art's Fading Sway: Russian Ark by Aleksandr Sokurov

Scott Esposito

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May 2012

I have often fallen asleep in small theatres. It is an embarrassing thing to have happen during one-man shows,...

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May 2012

Film: Palestine Festival of Literature

Omar Robert Hamilton

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May 2012

Resistance needs to be recorded. Resistance needs symbols: ideas that can travel faster than speech, last longer than memory....

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April 2012

Oradour-sur-Glane: Reflections on the Culture of Memorial in Europe

Will Stone

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April 2012

Que nos caravanes s’avancent Vers ce lieu marqué par le sang Une plaie au coeur de la France Y...

Interview with Grant Gee

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April 2012

Evan Harris

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April 2012

As the theatre is relit and the credits roll on Grant Gee’s latest film, Patience (After Sebald), an essay on Sebald’s Rings of Saturn, I examine...

Art

April 2012

Ryan Trecartin: The Real Internet is Inside You

Patrick Langley

Art

April 2012

 ‘What’s that buzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzing?’ Marshall McLuhan   1: Your Original Is Having A Complete Human Change Meltdown Makeover   It’s...

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Issue No. 4

The White Review No. 4 Editorial

The Editors

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Issue No. 4

We live in interesting times. A few years ago, with little warning and for reasons obscure to all but...

Interview with Ahdaf Soueif

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Issue No. 4

Jacques Testard

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Issue No. 4

In 1999, Ahdaf Soueif’s second novel, The Map of Love, was shortlisted for the Booker Prize, eventually losing out to JM Coetzee’s Disgrace. The...

 

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