Footnotes

Anglomania

Footnotes

Anglomania

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April 21 1999 7:02 PM

Anglomania

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Once again, I'll respond in full tomorrow. By Ealing Road, I meant the Ealing Studios, which may have in fact also been located on Ealing Road, but which were in any case responsible for the fabulous Alec Guinness and Peter Sellars comedies (and from which Quentin Tarantino certainly copped a lot of his moves). You quote Gunter Grass; I quote The Ladykillers. This may say more about me than I'd like.

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Michael Hirschorn can name every member of Arsenal Football Club's starting 11. Robert McCrum is literary editor of Britain's Observer and his most recent book is My Year Off: Recovering Life After a Stroke. This week they discuss Julian Barnes' England, England and Ian Buruma's Anglomania.