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A new biography gives us the most personal account of an Impressionist to date
The towering ego, serrated wit and prodigious literary output of Gore Vidal pose a formidable challenge for biographers: how to compete?
Richard Gere in a money-and-manslaughter thriller, Barry Levinson tackles eco-horror, plus Shakespeare in an Italian prison
Al Weil’s philanthropy derives from a passionate affair with the 19th-century watercolourist Hercules Brabazon Brabazon
Coward’s ‘Design for Living’ opens in London and Martins’ ‘Swan Lake’ returns to Royal Danish Theatre
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