Much like Jay Gatsby, I own a library of books I’ve never read. Not that I know that, I’ve not read F. Scott Fitzgerald’s opus. Nor have I Tolstoy’s, so I fear it’s time to wage war on my own hubris.
With the recent publication of a long-forgotten JRR Tolkien piece, the publication of authors long beyond their lifespans is a murky, often questionable pursuit.
This year marks the 200th anniversary of Waterloo (no, not the ABBA song) and Glen Falkenstein says it’s the right time to make Stanley Kubrick’s Napoleon movie.