Topic: Lillian Hellman
Nora Ephron, famous for her romantic comedies, has died. New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg says the city's art community will miss Ephron, who set many of her stories there.
Historian Alice Kessler-Harris attempts an artistic, political, and moral portrait of a challenging subject: Lillian Hellman.
The director and actor, remembered for his films such as 'Out of Africa,''Tootsie,' and 'Absence of Malice,' was interviewed by the Monitor in 1975 upon release of his film, 'Three Days of the Condor.
05/27/2008 01:00 am