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"Authors published in the book series include Salman Rushdie, Manohla Dargis, Amy Taubin, Simon Callow, Marina Warner, Greil Marcus and Mark Kermode." Always, ALWAYS ask for the "and ..."

From the @SightSoundmag  archive - Voodoo road: Marina Warner on David Lynch’s Lost Highway

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'The scene in the courtroom at Salem would make one laugh, as they say, if it did not make one weep' Marina Warner on Tituba, reluctant witch of Salem, from the #LRBarchive 

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'If the things in my novel come to pass, you haven’t been listening.’ Marina Warner reports from the Bocas Literary Festival in Trinidad

'Silence could be magical, wordlessness a sacrificial road to higher powers – it was brute creatures who were dumb.' Marina Warner on a Christian history of silence

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‘Tracking the way historical attitudes to bodily difference have changed, she hopes for more tolerance and less mockery.’ Marina Warner reviews ‘Big and Small: A Cultural History of Extraordinary Bodies’:

‘Commodifying bodies for entertainment and spectacle hasn’t come to an end, and the politics of stigmatisation are raging.’ Marina Warner on extraordinary bodies:

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Critical Thought in Times of Attrition. A University Weekend: 11th,12th May 2019. London Review oif Books, Birkbeck Institutes for Humanities and Social Research in the heart of Bloomsbury - Jeremy Hardy, John Lanchester. Esther Leslie, Gail Meek, Jaqueline Rose, Marina Warner

Marina Warner will deliver a lecture -- 'No man’s land - No, nor woman’s neither: Is there a refuge in words?' -- as part of the 'University Weekend' 11-12 May. More information here:

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'The Liveliness of the Dead': Marina Warner on a cultural history of mortal remains

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After her mother died, Marina Warner found a whale’s tooth among her old coins and buttons

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'Did she go willingly?' Marina Warner on Helen of Troy #LRBarchive 

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Poet Laureate Carol Ann Duffy and historian/novelist Marina Warner made Dames in New Year Honours; Ali Smith gets CBE

Once Upon a Time review – Marina Warner's scholarly history of the fairytale

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