Nothing Is True And Everything Is Possible

Author: Peter Pomerantsev
Publisher: Faber & Faber
ISBN: 057134044X
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This is a world erupting with new money and new power, changing so fast it breaks all sense of reality, where life is seen as a whirling, glamorous masquerade where identities can be switched and all values are changeable.

Publisher: สำนักพิมพ์มติชน
ISBN: 9740203493
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Author: Laurent Binet
ISBN: 9786169205265
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The New York Times Film Reviews 1993 1994

Author: Ny Times
Publisher: Routledge
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It's a strange and versatile career Bill Murray has, but there is nothing fluky at
work. ... Like Steve Martin, hehas perfected the ability to be amiable and sardonic
about everything from true love to lounge singers. ... Other actors would have
made Phil abrasive or sappy as he reveals a good heart* With its endearing
romance and sense of social absurdity, "Groundhog Day" is a twilight-zone
beyond typical Murray films like "Caddyshack" (also directed by Harold Ra- mis)
or "Ghostbusters.


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It is a little surreal to see women (mostly) in traditional Kyrgyz dress sitting in the
wild mountains with the family herd behind them and bottled soft drinks in front of
them. The road ... ROADSIDE ATTRACTIONS I have no taste for other food, My
only desire is to eat the heart of a tiger (Shakan, three months pregnant with
Manas) A little after 10 a.m. we make it down to the valley and decide tea and
bread are in order. ... Sadly, that is true throughout Kyrgyzstan, and Central Asia
in general.

International Directory Of Little Magazines Small Presses

Author: James B. May
Publisher: DustBooks
ISBN: 9780913218136
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Surely the "New York" houses have twisted the old adage of /HEAR NO EVIL,
SEE NO EVIL, SPEAK NO EVIL' into an even more shapeless 'HEAR NOTHING,
SEE NOTHING, and SPEAK NOTHING'. Though their stock in trade is ... The real
poet's images ring true every step of the way like "a blade of grass as seen from
the height of a walking man". litis is not to say that surreal poetry does not have its
place; everything that man makes has its place in the sun. Contrast, however, the

Theatre Record

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Gogol gleefully communicates the bad-drain smell of a world of back handers, a
world that grows increasingly surreal as the clerk, Khlestakov, exhuberantly
cashes in on the mistake of the jumpy locals. ... As everyone bends over
backwards to impress the bumptious Khlestakov, whom they in alarm assume to
be the threatened government inspector, several of them acquire new spurts of
verbal gentility ("a heart overflowing with the warm effluent of human kindness"),
and one official ...

San Francisco Review Of Books

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Similar in spirit to David Shapiro and Tony Towle, Violi is a young New York poet
with an active interest in the poem as a well-wrought minor art object which,
nonetheless, stands modestly apart from the neoformalist concerns of
mainstream academic poetry. Three of the poems ... It's a simple tactic and a
classic example of what the great Russian critic Shk- lovsky termed ostranenie:
rendering something strange in order to make it new. Friedman ... of connotation
and possible nuance.

Book World

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It is such a friendly quality and one that almost seems quaint; it belongs more to
Hemingway's first period than to our own embittered and surreal time. ... For all
his superficial expertise, he is still an outsider, a foreigner, and he cannot touch
the heart of the matter or even suggest it— he has not been able to buy himself in
. ... They in turn kept their distance from him, suspecting that he lacked the single-
mindedness — to say nothing of the discretion— required of a true revolutionary.

The Listener

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and the most preposterous told of a middle-aged man dying of a broken heart.
This last was written by a ' senior ' Soviet writer and appeared in a magazine
aimed at young people. It was possible to conclude that there is some yearning
among even the young and the male for ' romance ' and the old values — a
yearning which is being fed by judicious doses of subliterary pap. This glimpse of
the true deadliness of Soviet state literature confirmed one's worst suspicions
about life in that ...