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April 25, 2015 Maureen Gibbon's new novel, Paris Red, delves into the life of Victorine Meurent, Manet's favorite model and the central figure in some of his most famous paintings.
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September 7, 2014 A Moroccan slave named Estebanico was one of only four men to survive a 1528 expedition to America from Spain. The Moor's Account, a fictional memoir by Laila Lalami, tells the story through his eyes.
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January 27, 2011 What's not to love about the Oscar nominated movie, The King's Speech? Maybe its revisionist history. Barrie Hardymon loved the movie as much as she loved Christopher Hitchens' takedown of its historical accuracy.
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