With the arrival of a new biography and DVD, guitarist Jimi Hendrix may have finally gotten his due, the pieces of his puzzle finally assembled, with just enough mystery left over for the ages. “Room Full of Mirrors: A Biography of Jimi Hendrix” by Charles R. Cross. (Hyperion); “Jimi Hendrix Live at Woodstock [The Deluxe […]
Salman Rushdie’s latest novel wants readers to fall in love with — or at least feel sympathy for — an Islamic militant.
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Iranian expatriate Marjane Satrapi continues to expand the art of the comic book.
Albanian writer reflects on winning the inaugural Man Booker International Prize for Fiction.
A new novel by a Chinese dissident provides a comically stinging vision of his homeland.