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Vance Bourjaily, a novelist and professor of writing who was part of the post- World War II generation of writers whose wartime experiences influenced their early work, has died. He was 87. Bourjaily, who was discovered by legendary editor Max Perkins,...
Daily PressHere is a complete Virginia Arts Festival schedule. Tickets can be purchased at www.vafest.org or by calling 671-8100. Virginia International Tattoo Sneak Peaks. Noon April 14. A pipe band from the Tattoo will perform a half-hour show. Tidewater...
Foreign EditorSecond in a series As a young girl growing up here in the hills above the local monastery of the Benedictines, Regine Niyonsaba sometimes caught sight of the nuns, immaculate in their white habits, heads covered discreetly in the chocolate-brown...
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday December 15, 1995 For a lot of Americans, Zoltan Korda's 1951 film of South African novelist Alan Paton's "Cry, the Beloved Country" served as an unforgettable introduction to the evils of apartheid, and had inescapable application to the...
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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterEZAKHIWENI, South Africa -- The valley is eerily quiet. A large school stands empty, its windows broken and chairs piled up outside like firewood. The general store's black gates are padlocked. A thousand houses are shut tight, curtains drawn, the...
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