André Glucksmann, who died on November 10, was part of the French intellectual scene for decades.
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We’ve long admired Mary-Louise Parker; have you seen her in Fried Green Tomatoes? How about Angels in America? Powerful actress, and beautiful. She’s just published a book, and it is getting rave reviews. Try this on for size.
André Glucksmann died on November 10, and I am glad he was spared the carnage and lunacy that attacked his city this past Friday. He was a great thinker, and this piece in Tablet is well with your time. (And here is Glucksmann’s obituary in The New York Times.)
Truman Capote was a gifted writer, a prodigy, and a troubled man whose life ended in lonely solitude and regret. But oh, could he write! Here’s a nice read in New Statesman on the talent from Alabama.
She’s from Texas, and she is making waves in the film world. Makenzie Leigh is a name you’ll be hearing a lot, and Interview talks to her here.