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  • "The Art of Fielding" itself is the title of Henry's favorite book, a hall-of-fame shortstop's spiritual guide to the position that reads like a jock's "Tao Te Ching": "The true fielder lets the path of the ball become his own path, thereby comprehending the ball and dissipating the self which is the source of all suffering and poor defense."

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  • I was at a little bar on Capitol Hill called Henry's - mostly a gay bar, but not totally.

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  • In February I was back in Washington, this time with Henry who was under heavy strain because we were giving interviews about a book we had written together, called Henry's Demons, about Henry's struggle with schizophrenia.

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  • I wanted to read the passage about Henry's becoming trapped in the cage and spilling his secrets to his co-workers because I thought that was clever and funny, but I didn't dare.

    Book Report: The Time Traveler's Wife, by Audrey Niffenegger

  • France, which reached the World Cup when it beat Ireland in a two-leg playoff with Henry's handball assist for the decisive goal, will then fly to Reunion island in the Indian Ocean to face China in June.

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  • (For even foggier reasons, the character of Henry's daughter Mary, played by singer Megan Steigerwald, has been created for this version, too.)

    Theater review: Folger Theatre's 'Henry VIII'

  • Yet the cast manages to coexist capably with the conceit, confidently propelling us through the drama of lords, priests and queens, in ascendance and decline, in Henry's intrigue-ridden court.

    Theater review: Folger Theatre's 'Henry VIII'

  • But the portrayal that comes across as the most poignantly effective is that of Anthony Cochrane as Henry's overreaching right-hand man, Cardinal Wolsey.

    Theater review: Folger Theatre's 'Henry VIII'

  • The theatricality of Katherine's piety, Anne's glamour and Henry's swagger is all reflected in the gilt-edged wardrobe.

    Theater review: Folger Theatre's 'Henry VIII'

  • But the whole family is engaged in dynastic chess in which an empire is the prize, Henry's mistress is a convenient pawn, and the outcome is a weary, exhausted stalemate.

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