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Viewing the parcels of Pauline

Kael's library is a cinematic gold mine

By Mark Feeney
Globe Staff / September 6, 2005

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Francois Truffaut once published a book called ''The Films in My Life." Anyone interested in the books in Pauline Kael's life, or at least the ones about film, can inspect the contents of a sizable alcove on the second floor of Hampshire College's Johnson Library Center. Shelved there are the roughly 3,000 books and periodicals that made up ... (Full article: 1195 words)

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