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  • Los 6 mejores besos de la literatura
    Hacemos un repaso de algunos de los besos más aclamados de la historia de la literatura. Besos que destacan por la calidad de su descripción, por ser muy esperados, por sorprender al lector o por la tragedia que conllevan. Nos ilusionan, estremecen, enamoran, sorprenden, nos dejan sin aliento, e incluso a veces nos enfadan. Nos […]

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  • La vie du compositeur Michel Magne dessinée dans "Les amants d'Hérouville"
    Dans ce nouveau numéro de "A l'Affiche", Laure Manent et Thomas Baurez reçoivent le dessinateur Romain Ronzeau qui co-signe "Les amants d'Hérouville" (éditions Delcourt) avec Yann Le Quellec, un roman graphique qui retrace l'histoire du célèbre compositeur français de musiques de films, Michel Magne. Également au programme de l'émission, "La voix humaine", un court-métrage de Pedro Almodovar avec Tilda Swinton présenté en exclusivité au dernier Festival de Venise. Le film est une adaptation d'un monologue écrit par Jean Cocteau en 1929.
  • Le tableau le plus cher du monde a-t-il bien été peint par Léonard de Vinci ?
    Un documentaire diffusé mardi affirme que le "Salvator Mundi", acheté en toute discrétion plus de 380 millions d’euros par le prince héritier d’Arabie saoudite en 2017, ne serait pas entièrement de la main du maître de la Renaissance. Cependant, plusieurs enquêtes parues ces derniers jours dans les médias soutiennent l’inverse sans évacuer toutes les zones d’ombres qui entourent cette rocambolesque affaire.
  • BD : avec leur album "Héros de la République", Mathieu Sapin et Joann Sfar se lâchent
    Quand François Hollande et Nicolas Sarkozy se mobilisent pour sauver la planète d’un complot reptilien, ils font appel à un super-héros américain et à Mathieu Sapin, humble dessinateur mais vrai sauveur de l’humanité : c'est le scénario complètement loufoque de "Héros de la République".

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  • Stephen Colbert on Tasering: ‘An act of torture to force compliance’

    Late-night hosts discuss the killing of Daunte Wright in Minnesota and vaccine hesitancy risks after the FDA paused the Johnson & Johnson vaccine

    On the Late Show, Stephen Colbert opened again with outrage over the killing of Daunte Wright in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota, a suburb of Minneapolis. On Sunday, officer Kim Potter, a 26-year veteran of the force, shot and killed 20-year-old Wright, who was unarmed, during a traffic stop after she confused her gun for her taser.

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  • Call My Agent set to return for fifth season and a movie

    The hit French comedy about a celebrity talent agency is making a surprise return after its fourth season was scheduled to be its last

    The acclaimed French comedy Call My Agent is set to return for a fifth season as well as a film.

    The news comes as a surprise after its recent fourth season was expected to be the last. The announcement was made by Thomas Anargyros, chief executive of Mediawan Studios, the company behind the series, on French radio station Europe 1.

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  • Women take the floor: an exhibition that shifts the male gaze of art history

    At the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, female artists throughout history are being given their due in a vital new exhibition

    In art history, women have traditionally been pigeonholed as objects of desire – beautiful creatures that enchant, entice and inspire as “the muse”. But walk into the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston at the moment, and the male gaze has been replaced, with women’s work rather than just their appearance taking centre stage.

    It’s part of the museum’s current exhibition Women Take the Floor, which runs until 28 November. More than 200 artworks are on view, including works by Cindy Sherman, Lee Krasner and Georgia O’Keefe, among others, mainly selected from the museum’s collection.

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  • I’m not, but all my neighbours are

    In an insane game of geopolitical musical chairs, some post-Soviet European states try to cast themselves as Central, although they don't feel quite the same way about their neighbours. Why won't they just identify with the East? By chance, a pair of reads from opposite ends of the Union now offers fresh insight into the discourse of Central Europe.

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  • The Europeans

    Milan Kundera defined a European as someone who is nostalgic for Europe. But one need not share this pessimism to derive nourishment from European intellectual and cultural traditions. On the idea of Europe in the work of five Central European writers of the twentieth century.

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  • The European solution to the ‘Macedonian question’

    Bulgaria’s veto of accession negotiations with North Macedonia last November was a populist anachronism. Stability in the Balkans depends on the success of North Macedonian statehood. This in turn can only be guaranteed by European integration.

    The post The European solution to the ‘Macedonian question’ appeared first on Eurozine.

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