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A Literary Larceny

Tuesday, May 29th, 2012

A Literary Larceny
In the interests of law and order, and the historical record, I have to report a larceny.
It’s a literary larceny, perhaps not punishable in prison, but a theft, nonetheless.
In the course of Hemingway and Gelhorn, Philip Kaufman’s docu-melodrama that ran – and ran – for two-and-a-half hours Monday night, May [...]