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Standing at the corner of Shakespeare and Scorsese

William J. Monahan's love of words, and of Boston, give 'The Departed' its ring of authenticity

By Sam Allis
Globe Staff / October 3, 2006

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To Hollywood types , Bostonians are rather like the Stone Age tribes that mad Englishmen in pith helmets used to come upon in strange places. (Full article: 1398 words)

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