For the Week of|
June 25-July 1, 1998
Literary Quarterly: Eros' Menu
Mitz: The Marmoset of Bloomsbury: Virginia Woolf's pet marmoset finally receives a roomy biography of its own.
The Last Paradise: The language rolls in like the waves in Jim Houston's novel.
Bridget Jones's Diary and About a Boy: British novelists Helen Fielding and Nick Hornby work the same territory with varying results.
A Patchwork Planet: Anne Tyler understands the mystery of aging in her new novel.
The Future of the Self: Inventing the Post-Modern Person: Walter Anderson scouts the many manifestations of modern selfhood.
Bitch: In Praise of Difficult Women: Elizabeth Wurtzel strips for action.
La Verdad Musical: Stanford Jazz Festival kicks off in a Latin groove with Chucho Valdés.
Country Gentleman: A preview of young country singer David Kersh's free show at the Edge in Palo Alto this weekend.
Horn Again: Maynard Ferguson keeps on blowing.
Living on His Own: Vocalist Corey Glover of Living Colour delivers a solo Hymns.
Audiofile: Reviews of the latest CD by LeAnn Rimes and a reissue by the Miles Davis Quintet.
A New 'Wings': Under Heaven is a Gen-X take on James' The Wings of the Dove.
Shallow Impact: Armageddon blows up on the big screen.
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