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Spring 2013 Newsletter

Of Interest

Julian Barnes's book, Through the Window: Seventeen Essays (and One Short Story), was published by Vintage in November.

T. C. Boyle's latest novel, San Miguel, was published by Viking in September.

Don DeLillo's unpublished one-act play The Word for Snow was staged by the Future Ruins theater company in London as part of the London Literature Festival in July.

DeLillo's novel Cosmopolis was adapted to the screen and opened in August.

Elliott Erwitt's book XXL was published by teNeues in October.

David Mamet's play The Anarchist opened on Broadway in November.

Tom Stoppard wrote the screenplay for the film adaption of Anna Karenina, which opened in November. Stoppard also adapted Ford Maddox Ford's Parade's End for a BBC production.

The Hollywood Costume exhibition at London's Victoria and Albert Museum featured seven items from the Ransom Center's Robert De Niro and David O. Selznick collections, including costumes from Gone With The Wind, Taxi Driver, Raging Bull, Casino, Frankenstein, and The King of Comedy. The costumes were on display October 20, 2012 to January 27, 2013.

The archives of Barnes, Boyle, DeLillo, De Niro, Erwitt, Mamet, Selznick and Stoppard reside at the Center.  

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