Foreign Frolics




by DAVID YEARSLEY THE NOBEL literature committee has wiped away the last blob of credibility or interest their annual awards might have retained up until the moment the Dylan announcement was made. In 1973, Marlon Brando declined a far more prestigious, and often more (indirectly) lucrative award – the Oscar – in protest over events... Read more »

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