Given his track record, it wouldn’t be surprising to learn that Hooper was taking some inspiration from Chagall.
Else Ury, whose books were wildly popular before and after World War II, was killed at Auschwitz. The nature of her death was unknown for decades.
“Cake is very connected to very special moments in life.”
Seidenberg ran Brazenhead Books on the sly in his East 84th Street apartment, forming a popular hangout for New York’s literati.
Did Kubrick still believe that audiences would not be interested in, would perhaps even be turned off by, a narrative about Jews?
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Sunstein’s book “Impeachment: A Citizen’s Guide” outlines the history of the United States’ essential — and seldom used — check on presidential power.
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