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    1. Virginia Woolf, no question, transformed the English literary landscape. But how, exactly? Was it through modernist innovation (Mrs Dalloway; To the Lighthouse)? Or flirting outrageously ...

    2. He succeeded most notably with his first full-length production, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf. The Pulitzer committee chose to grant no prize in 1963 rather than award it to ...

    3. A Lafayette resident is on the road to recovery after being shot five times in the French Quarter shooting. Twenty year old Brittany Ben was shot five times--three times in the chest and twice ...

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    5. The Other Mozart

      San Antonio CurrentNov 17 04:30 AM

      So as Virginia Woolf imagined Shakespeare’s brilliant sister, playwright and actress Sylvia Milo can only imagine the career as a musician and composer that child-prodigy Nannerl ...

    6. But this Thursday, the British Library will welcome the collected writings of Wodehouse into its 20th-century archive holdings, alongside titans such as Virginia Woolf, Harold ...

    7. Letters to the editor, December 1

      Denton Record-ChronicleNov 30 08:54 PM

      We have season tickets and are looking forward to Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf and Oliver! You cannot beat Charles Dickens. This theater program is one of the many jewels in ...

    8. The booze would flow and the mood would quickly turn from The Betty Crocker Cookbook to Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf. My Uncle Mike’s acerbic tongue would cut everyone else down ...

    9. Oscar-winning 'Heaven Can Wait' production designer dies

      The Record SearchlightNov 18 12:00 AM

      Richard Sylbert, who won Oscars for "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf" and "Dick Tracy" in addition to working on "Chinatown" and "Shampoo" died in 2002 of cancer. Paul Sylbert's ...

    10. Oscar-winning designer Paul Sylbert dies at 88

      Parkersburg News and SentinelNov 25 12:00 AM

      Richard Sylbert, who won Oscars for “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf” and “Dick Tracy” in addition to working on “Chinatown” and “Shampoo” died in 2002 of cancer. Paul Sylbert’s ...

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