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Books

Ten Questions for Jean Hanff Korelitz

By Womens Voices for Change
1.  What are you working on now? I’m promoting my new novel, ADMISSION, which is set in the Princeton admissions office, and trying not to freak out as my 17 year old daughter gets ready to apply to college. 2.  What was your biggest challenge completing your current project? Doing justice to the cultural hot spots that Ivy League admissions…
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Theater

Theatre Preview: James Joyce’s ‘The Dead’ Comes to Life Next Winter

By Alexandra MacAaron
By Alexandra MacAaron

In a world premiere eight-week run from mid-November until early-January, a limited number of audience members will have the opportunity not just to watch “The Dead,” but to attend the story’s party themselves. The production will be set in a gracious turn of the century mansion on Manhattan’s Fifth Avenue, the home of the American Irish Historical Society.

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Books · Film & Television

‘Admission’: A Film for Women—Smart Women

By Alexandra MacAaron
By Alexandra MacAaron

"I'm going to get into so much trouble for saying this," says author Jean Hanff Korelitz. "I think women are more willing [than men] to keep multiple ideas in their heads at the same time. . . . We know that crazy humor and great sadness are bound up together, because that is the way many of us live our lives."

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