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  • This is a marvelous list, and I'm pleased to see Winter's Tale by Mark Helprin on it.

    Reading, Young and Old

  • The funny thing is, as I was reading the first few sections, especially the Winter's Tale section, I kept thinking of Little, Big (which is one of my Top Five Favorite Books Ever).

    Reading, Young and Old

  • SEEMS LIKE OLD TIMES: Dana Carvey took us down memory lane as Saturday Night Live's guest-host, and the best material is the most familiar, including a Wayne's World "Oscar picks" opener, brought to you by Winter's Bone snigger and featuring a Black Swan Garth-ism: "I could make a Mila out of her Kunis."

    Matt's TV Week in Review

  • An older favorite of mine is Winter's Tale, by Mark Helprin, which manages to be historically accurate while creating a completely alternate history of Manhattan.

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • Thank you for the shout-out to Winter's Tale - I have yet to meet anyone who has ever read it, and it's a book I can never seem to convince anyone to try!

    Reading, Young and Old

  • "Winter's Bone" is a film every bit as powerful, unexpected and real as anything you will see this year.

    Marc Ruxin: The Bestest 2010 -- Filmmage

  • "Winter's Bone" is not only the most natural feeling film of the year, it is the year's most compelling.

    Marc Ruxin: The Bestest 2010 -- Filmmage

  • "Winter's Bone" is a film every bit as powerful, unexpected and real as anything you will see this year.

    Marc Ruxin: The Bestest 2010 -- Filmmage

  • "Winter's Bone" is not only the most natural feeling film of the year, it is the year's most compelling.

    Marc Ruxin: The Bestest 2010 -- Filmmage

  • The Ursula LeGuin story "The Ones who walk away from Omelas" engraved itself permanently on my brain when I read it, I think Little, Big and Winter's Tale both, in a sense, take off from and imagined New York City.

    Reading, Young and Old

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