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X-rated Japanese erotica sets throats clearing at UK shows

22 Oct 2013

LONDON Giant genitalia in action and ribald humor take center stage at a British Museum show of erotic art from feudal Japan that runs until next January.

X-rated Japanese erotica sets throats clearing at UK shows

21 Oct 2013

LONDON Giant genitalia in action and ribald humour take centre stage at a British Museum show of erotic art from feudal Japan that runs until next January.

X-rated Japanese erotica sets throats clearing at UK shows

21 Oct 2013

LONDON Giant genitalia in action and ribald humour take centre stage at a British Museum show of erotic art from feudal Japan that runs until next January.

X-rated Japanese erotica sets throats clearing at UK shows

21 Oct 2013

LONDON Giant genitalia in action and ribald humor take center stage at a British Museum show of erotic art from feudal Japan that runs until next January.

UK's Frieze Art Fair gets smaller, but big players still hopeful

16 Oct 2013

LONDON The Frieze Art Fair got smaller in 2013, but industry insiders said that would make it no less important for international players who flock to London every October to see cutting-edge contemporary works.

Frieze Art Fair gets smaller, but big players still hopeful

16 Oct 2013

LONDON The Frieze Art Fair got smaller in 2013, but industry insiders said that would make it no less important for international players who flock to London every October to see cutting-edge contemporary works.

UK's Frieze Art Fair gets smaller, but big players still hopeful

16 Oct 2013

LONDON The Frieze Art Fair got smaller in 2013, but industry insiders said that would make it no less important for international players who flock to London every October to see cutting-edge contemporary works.

New Zealand's Eleanor Catton wins 2013 Man Booker prize

16 Oct 2013

LONDON New Zealand author Eleanor Catton won the 2013 Man Booker prize for English fiction on Tuesday for her novel "The Luminaries", to become the youngest winner in the award's 45-year history.

Man Booker winner Catton mines rich seam after gold rush tale

16 Oct 2013

LONDON Eleanor Catton, 28, is the youngest author and her 800-plus page "The Luminaries" the longest novel to win the Man Booker literary prize. But age and length should be no criteria for judging a work of fiction, she says.

Man Booker winner Catton mines rich seam after gold rush tale

16 Oct 2013

LONDON Eleanor Catton, 28, is the youngest author and her 800-plus page "The Luminaries" the longest novel to win the Man Booker literary prize. But age and length should be no criteria for judging a work of fiction, she says.

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