10.10.10

Disjecta: This week's links

Your guide to this week's best cultural links
T. S. Eliot, The Waste Land and other poems

Literature:

Mario Vargas Llosa: Winner of the 2010 Nobel Prize for Literature (New York Times)
Mario Vargas Llosa: BBC reports on Llosa's Nobel Prize award
Mario Vargas Llosa: Three Character Sketches, published in Granta
Franz Kafka: The New York Times unravels the legal history of the Kafka estate
Allen Ginsberg: Television interview with the American Beat poet
Philip Roth: Excerpt from Philip Roth's new novel, Nemesis
Philip Roth on the decline of the novel
Philip Roth's Literary Javelin
Philip Roth: J. M. Coetzee on Philip Roth's Nemesis
Gabriel Josipovici: Nicholas Lezard reviews Only Joking
Paul Auster: Graphic novel adaptation of Auster's City of Glass published on Playstation
J. M. Coetzee and Fyodor Dostoyevsky: Patrick McGrath on Coetzee's novel, The Master of Petersburg
Fyodor Dostoyevsky: A. S. Byatt on David McDuff's translation of The Idiot
On book guilt
T. S. Eliot reads The Waste Land
William S. Burroughs: Interview with The Paris Review, 1965

Film & Television:

Philip K. Dick: Blade Runner director Ridley Scott to oversee four-part adaptation of Dick's The Man in the High Castle
John Berger: Landmark television documentary, Ways of Seeing, now available to watch online

Theatre:

William Shakespeare: Academic Conference, Shakespeare: Sources and Adaptation, University of Cambridge, September 2011

Music:

Barack Obama on Bob Dylan

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