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In his music and his prose, Virgil Thomson perfected a whimsically deadpan sensibility.
John Lahr’s biography of Tennessee William gets mired down in psychoanalysis.
Architecture lets us speak of the spoken indirectly.
Film and TV are plagued by duration creep. Just like work—or unemployment.
With his cutouts, Henri Matisse tried to free himself from gravity.
Awakening a sense of wonder and flooding a cinema with crucial realities.
The flesh-eating creature of Gone Girl is a rampaging composite of dollar signs.
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