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Pollock. From the 1920s Peggy Guggenheim spent much of her life in Europe, where she is said to have slept with 1,000 men. Gore Vidal described her as “the last of Henry James’s transatlantic heroines: Daisy Miller with rather more balls’’. The Tate blotted 5/23/13 from The Telegraph UK Read more »
authors from the Nation Digital Archive. The debut title is Gore Vidal's State of the Union, Nation Essays 1958-2005 . Gore Vidal was the pre-eminent essayist of his generation, and he wrote regularly for The Nation over a span of 47 years. eBookNation will from EContent Read more »
had a nightmare in Chicago last weekend, a few hours after seeing a performance of Gore Vidal's The Best Man, in which one of the characters tells an old friend that he's dying. A couple of weeks before that, I'd seen Breaker Morant, a movie that ends with from ArtsJournal Read more »
Decline of the Empire
this Dec. 9, 1974 file photo, author Gore Vidal tosses barbs in all directions as he discusses Hollywood unions, politics, lecturing and publicizing books during an interview in Los Angeles. (AP File Photo) This is an excerpt from the new ebook Gore Vidal's from The Nation Read more »
When the courtroom is not their stage ...
a praiseworthy and polished performance on the opening night of their 14th annual fundraising play, The Best Man by Gore Vidal. The gala shows ran for three nights, beginning Thursday, at the Irving Greenberg Theatre Centre and raised more than $100,000 for from Ottawa Citizen Read more »