Articles By Frederic Raphael
 
June 2016
Crofton Black and Edmund Clark's book Negative Publicity, which tracks Bush-era extraordinary renditions through photographs and redacted documents, is a compound of elegant presentation and rough stuff
 
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March 2015
A new short story.
 
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December 2014
Stangneth’s clear-eyed work spells out the genesis and “logic” of Holocaust denial in all its macabre absurdity
 
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March 2012
Greeks have been fiddling the books ever since Agamemnon. Where else do you find such private generosity and public irresponsibility?
 
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March 2012
The great French film director's magnum opus, Shoah, brought home the reality of the Holocaust
 
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March 2009
Bernhard Schlink's novel, The Reader, is both artistically and morally fraudulent. The oscar-winning film that sprung from it is no better
 
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About Frederic Raphael

Frederic Raphael is a screenwriter, novelist, and journalist. He worked with Stanley Kubrick on his final film, Eyes Wide Shut, and is the author of the trilogy The Glittering Prizes. He was made a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature in 1964 and won an Oscar in 1965 for Darling.

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