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Can You Ever Forgive Me

Can You Ever Forgive Me


Can You Ever Forgive Meby Lisa Dib  Melissa McCarthy’s long run of bumbling or silly comedy characters takes a sharp turn with Can You Ever Forgive Me?, a dark and bittersweet comedy about real-life literary grifter Lee Israel, played by McCarthy, with dashing Brit Richard E Grant as Jack Hock, her mischievous sidekick.     Can You Ever Forgive Me?, based on Lee’s memoir of the same name, is a gallows humour-fuelled tale of crime and failure, but it’s mostly about loneliness. Set in the 1990s, Israel is a bitter, misanthropic curmudgeon who, after some success as a writer and biographer, finds herself out of a job and desperately in need of cash. After parting with a personal letter from Katharine Hepburn in order to pay a vet bill, Israel has a lightbulb moment, and decides to start forging letters from personalities of note, like Dorothy Parker and Noel Coward. McCarthy deftly plays the role as many have said Lee really was: a rather unlikeable, foul-mouthed alcoholic, who found it hard to keep jobs, friends and lovers thanks to her repellent personality. She was not an untalented writer, but a caustic manner and bad judgement tanked her career as the ‘90s began, and she never recovered. McCarthy’s Lee Israel, for all of her meanness and poor behaviour, is still sympathetic - especially to those of us who love our cats or have poor social skills. Although it may have been explored in her book, it is never explored in the film why Lee is the way she is - what happened to make her so antisocial and cynical? I suppose we’ll never know. Grant’s Hock is an interesting character too who, unfortunately, we know even less about;considering the part he eventually played in her schemes, she writes little of him in her memoir, so much of their relationship is fictionalised for the sake of having a fun, classic double-team for the film. Grant plays a character that has been compared to his Withnail, but only, perhaps, if Withnail had aged into a flamboyantly gay drug dealer, whose loneliness is more informed by an inability to purge bad habits, rather than active misanthropy. Grant gives Hock a cheekiness and - as with Withnail - a drunken charisma that is rooted in his performance style. Hock is cunningly charming where Israel is determinedly driven- though both are desperate and lonely in their own ways, and trying to hide it.     The film - directed by Marielle Heller (The Diary of a Teenage Girl) and written by Nicole Holofcener (Parks and Recreation, Sex and the City) and Jeff Whitty - shows Lee’s resolute independence (often to her own detriment; she pushes away the kind-hearted Anna [Dolly Wells], the first woman to show her affection in some time, it seems) and her realisation that all she feels she knows how to do is write, and that forging clever literary documents is the only way she can make her living as a writer at that point in her career. Despite her crimes and spikiness, you have to be able to feel sympathy for her in that respect.   Can You Ever Forgive Me? is out now.   ​​​​​​​


South America

South AmericaOlá, Hola. Carnival in Rio, Incas, Caribbean beaches, Tango... There is so much here, too much. More or less it is easy to country-hop and visa free - it is just a huge area! Start loving buses.


Future +250

Future +250


"Pangea Ultima" will form 250 million years in theFuture The next Pangea, "Pangea Ultima" will form as a result of the subductionof the ocean floor of the North and South Atlantic beneath eastern North America and SouthAmerica.  This supercontinent will have a small ocean basin trapped at its center.


Can You Ever Forgive Me

Can You Ever Forgive Me


Can You Ever Forgive Meby Lisa Dib  Melissa McCarthy’s long run of bumbling or silly comedy characters takes a sharp turn with Can You Ever Forgive Me?, a dark and bittersweet comedy about real-life literary grifter Lee Israel, played by McCarthy, with dashing Brit Richard E Grant as Jack Hock, her mischievous sidekick.     Can You Ever Forgive Me?, based on Lee’s memoir of the same name, is a gallows humour-fuelled tale of crime and failure, but it’s mostly about loneliness. Set in the 1990s, Israel is a bitter, misanthropic curmudgeon who, after some success as a writer and biographer, finds herself out of a job and desperately in need of cash. After parting with a personal letter from Katharine Hepburn in order to pay a vet bill, Israel has a lightbulb moment, and decides to start forging letters from personalities of note, like Dorothy Parker and Noel Coward. McCarthy deftly plays the role as many have said Lee really was: a rather unlikeable, foul-mouthed alcoholic, who found it hard to keep jobs, friends and lovers thanks to her repellent personality. She was not an untalented writer, but a caustic manner and bad judgement tanked her career as the ‘90s began, and she never recovered. McCarthy’s Lee Israel, for all of her meanness and poor behaviour, is still sympathetic - especially to those of us who love our cats or have poor social skills. Although it may have been explored in her book, it is never explored in the film why Lee is the way she is - what happened to make her so antisocial and cynical? I suppose we’ll never know. Grant’s Hock is an interesting character too who, unfortunately, we know even less about;considering the part he eventually played in her schemes, she writes little of him in her memoir, so much of their relationship is fictionalised for the sake of having a fun, classic double-team for the film. Grant plays a character that has been compared to his Withnail, but only, perhaps, if Withnail had aged into a flamboyantly gay drug dealer, whose loneliness is more informed by an inability to purge bad habits, rather than active misanthropy. Grant gives Hock a cheekiness and - as with Withnail - a drunken charisma that is rooted in his performance style. Hock is cunningly charming where Israel is determinedly driven- though both are desperate and lonely in their own ways, and trying to hide it.     The film - directed by Marielle Heller (The Diary of a Teenage Girl) and written by Nicole Holofcener (Parks and Recreation, Sex and the City) and Jeff Whitty - shows Lee’s resolute independence (often to her own detriment; she pushes away the kind-hearted Anna [Dolly Wells], the first woman to show her affection in some time, it seems) and her realisation that all she feels she knows how to do is write, and that forging clever literary documents is the only way she can make her living as a writer at that point in her career. Despite her crimes and spikiness, you have to be able to feel sympathy for her in that respect.   Can You Ever Forgive Me? is out now.   ​​​​​​​


American Memory from the Library of Congress

American Memory from the Library of Congress


  American Memory: Migrated CollectionsAs a part of ongoing modernization, we've migrated some of our collections to new presentations. Collections that have been migrated no longer appear in internal American Memory search results and browse lists. To search all Library collections (including American Memory) please visit loc.gov/search, or browse the full array of digitized collections at loc.gov/collections. You can also use the links below to go to the new presentations for single collections. The Aaron Copland CollectionAbraham Lincoln Papers at the Library of CongressAfrican American Perspectives: Pamphlets from the Daniel A. P. Murray Collection, 1818-1907The African-American Experience in Ohio, 1850-1920 (external link)African-American Sheet Music (external link)After the Day of Infamy: "Man-on-the-Street" Interviews Following the Attack on Pearl HarborAlexander Graham Bell PapersThe Alfred Whital Stern Collection of LincolnianaAmerica at Work, America at Leisure: Motion Pictures from 1894-1915America Singing: Nineteenth-Century Song SheetsAn American Ballroom Companion: Dance Instruction Manuals, ca. 1490 to 1920American Colony in JerusalemAmerican English Dialect Recordings from The Center for Applied LinguisticsAmerican Environmental Photographs (external link)American Indians of the Pacific Northwest (external link)American Landscape and Architectural Design, 1850-1920: a Study Collection from the Harvard Graduate School of Design (external link)American Leaders Speak: Recordings from World War IAmerican Life Histories: Manuscripts from the Federal Writers' Project, 1936-1940American Notes: Travels in America, 1750-1920American Revolution and Its Era: Maps and Charts of North America and the West Indies, 1750-1789American Time Capsule: Three Centuries of Broadsides and other Printed EphemeraAmerica's First Look into the Camera: DaguerreotypesAn American Ballroom Companion: Dance Instruction Manuals, ca. 1490 to 1920Ansel Adams's Photographs of Japanese-American Internment at ManzanarArchitecture and Interior Design for 20th Century America: Photographs by Samuel Gottscho and William SchleisnerAround the World in the 1890s: Photographs from the World's Transportation CommissionBand Music from the Civil War EraBaseball CardsBefore and After the Great Earthquake and Fire: Early Films of San Francisco, 1897-1916Born in Slavery: Slave Narratives from the Federal Writers' Project, 1936-1938Buckaroos in Paradise: Ranching Culture in Northern Nevada, 1945-1982Built in America: Historic American Buildings Survey/Historic American Engineering RecordBy Popular Demand: Jackie Robinson and Other Baseball Highlights, 1860s-1960sBy Popular Demand: Portraits of the Presidents and First LadiesBy Popular Demand: Votes for Women’s Suffrage PicturesBy the People, For the People—Works Projects Administration Posters, 1935-43California as I Saw It: First-Person Narratives of California's Early Years, 1849 to 1900California Gold: Northern California Folk Music from the Thirties Collected by Sidney Robertson CowellThe Capital and the Bay: Narratives of Washington and the Chesapeake Bay Region, 1600-1925Captain Pearl R. Nye: Life on the Ohio and Erie CanalChinese in California, 1850-1920 (external link)The Church in the Southern Black Community: Beginnings to 1920 (external link)Cities and TownsCivil War MapsCivil War PhotographsCivil War Soldier in the Wild Cat Regiment: Selections from the Tilton C. Reynolds PapersCivil War Treasures from the New-York Historical Society (external link)Creative Americans: Portraits by Carl Van VechtenDayton C. Miller Flute CollectionDiscovery and ExplorationDocumenting America: Photographs From the Great Depression to World War II, FSA-OWI (black and white)Documenting America: Photographs From the Great Depression to World War II, FSA-OWI (color)Documents from the Continental Congress and the Constitutional Convention, 1774-1789Early Virginia Religious Petitions (external link)Edward S. Curtis's The North American Indian: Photographic Images (external link)Emergence of Advertising in America (external link)Emile Berliner and the Birth of the Recording IndustryFiddle Tunes of the Old Frontier - The Henry Reed CollectionFifty Years of Coca-Cola Television Advertisements: Highlights from the Motion Picture Archives at the Library of CongressFirst American West: The Ohio River Valley, 1750-1820 - University of ChicagoFirst American West: The Ohio River Valley, 1750-1820 - Filson Historical Society, via emailFirst Person Narratives of the American South, 1860-1920 (external link)Florida Folklife from the WPA Collections, 1937 to 1942From Slavery to Freedom: The African-American Pamphlet Collection, 1824-1909Frontline Diplomacy: The Foreign Affairs Oral History Collection of the Association for Diplomatic Studies and TrainingFrederick Douglass Papers at the Library of CongressFreedom's Fortress: the Library of Congress, 1939-1953General MapsGeorge Washington PapersHaymarket Affair: Chicago Anarchists on Trial (external link)Hispano Music & Culture of the Northern Rio Grande: The Juan B. Rael CollectionHistoric American Sheet Music (external link)History of the American West (external link)Hotchkiss Map CollectionInside an American Factory: Films of the Westinghouse Works, 1904Inventing Entertainment: The Early Motion Pictures and Sound Recordings of the Edison CompaniesThe Irving Fine CollectionThe James Madison Papers, 1723-1836Last Days of a President: Films of McKinley and the Pan-American Exposition, 1901Leonard BernsteinThe Life of a City: Early Films of New York, 1898-1906Louisiana: European Explorations and Louisiana PurchaseMapping the National ParksMaps of Liberia, 1830-1870Military Battles and CampaignsMiller NAWSA Suffrage Scrapbooks, 1897-1911The Moldenhauer Archives - The Rosaleen Moldenhauer MemorialMusic for the Nation: American Sheet Music, 1820-1860 Music for the Nation: American Sheet Music, 1870-1885National American Woman Suffrage Association CollectionThe New Deal Stage: Selections from the Federal Theatre Project, 1935-1939Newspaper Pictorials: World War I Rotogravures, 1914-1919The Nineteenth Century in Print: the Making of America in Books and Periodicals (Cornell University) (external link)The Nineteenth Century in Print: the Making of America in Books and Periodicals (University of Michigan) (external link)North American Indian Photographs (external link)The Northern Great Plains: Photographs from the Fred Hultstrand and F.A. Pazandak Photograph Collections (Hultstrand Collection) (external link)The Northern Great Plains: Photographs from the Fred Hultstrand and F.A. Pazandak Photograph Collections (Pazandak Collection) (external link)Omaha Indian MusicOrigins of American AnimationPanoramic MapsPhotographs from the Chicago Daily News (external link)Pioneer Trails: Overland to Utah and the Pacific, 1847-1869 (external link)Pioneering the Upper Midwest: Books from Michigan, Minnesota, and Wisconsin, ca. 1820-1910Poet at Work: Recovered Notebooks from the Thomas Biggs Harned Walt Whitman CollectionPuerto Rico at the Dawn of the Modern Age: Nineteenth- and Early-Twentieth-Century PerspectivesQuilts and Quiltmaking in America, 1978-1996Railroad Maps, 1828-1900Reclaiming the Everglades: South Florida's Natural History, 1884-1934 (external link)Rochambeau Map CollectionSamuel F. B. Morse Papers at the Library of Congress, 1793-1919September 11 Documentary ProjectShaping the Values of Youth: A Nineteenth Century American Sunday School Book Collection (external link)Slaves and the Courts, 1740-1860Small Town America: Stereoscopic Views from the Dennis Collection (external link)Southern Mosaic: The John and Ruby Lomax 1939 Southern States Recording TripThe South Texas Border: Photographs from the Robert Runyon Collection (external link)Spalding Base Ball Guides, 1889-1939The Spanish-American War in Motion PicturesStars and Stripes: The American Soldiers' Newspaper of World War I, 1918-1919Taking the Long View: Panoramic PhotographsTending the Commons: Folklife and Landscape in Southern West VirginiaTheodore Roosevelt: His Life and Times on FilmThe Thomas Jefferson Papers, 1606-1827Touring Turn-of-the-Century America: Photographs from the Detroit Publishing CompanyTraveling Culture: Circuit Chautauqua (external link)U.S. Presidential Inaugurations: "I Do Solemnly Swear..."Voices from the Days of Slavery: Former Slaves Tell Their StoriesVoices from the Dust Bowl: The Charles L. Todd and Robert Sonkin Migrant Worker CollectionWashington As It Was: Photographs by Theodor HorydczakWashington During the Civil War: the Diary of Horatio Nelson Taft, 1861-1865Westward by Sea: A Maritime Perspective on American Expansion, 1820-1890 from Mystic Seaport (external link)Wilbur and Orville Wright Papers at the Library of CongressWilliam P. Gottlieb CollectionWoman Suffrage Books & PamphletsWomen of Protest: Photographs from the Records of the National Woman's PartyWoody Guthrie and the Archive of American Folk Song: Correspondence, 1940-1950Working in Paterson: Occupational Heritage in an Urban SettingWorld War II Military Situation MapsZora Neale Hurston Plays at the Library of Congress


Great Northern Leonbergers | Leonbergers of Northwest Montana

Tucked away in the northwest corner of Montana, just south of Glacier National Park, lies the little village of Bigfork, home of Great Northern Leonbergers. My association with Leonbergers began in 2000, when I saw a handsome male Leo walking down the sidewalk, and immediately chased down Dave Neptune and Rambo. After petting Rambo a bit, and talking to his owner, I fell in love with the breed! Thanks, Dave, for the introduction to not only the wonderful dogs, but a whole new passion in my life! The aim here at Great Northern Leonbergers is to breed healthy, happy and well-socialized leonberger puppies who fit the breed standard as closely as possible. To this aim, I only breed when I feel that the pairing can be an asset to the breed as a whole. My puppies are all whelped and raised in my home, and given much love and attention in their early lives, resulting in a confident and happy adult. My four females and I enjoy all the wonderful outdoor opportunities that abound here in Montana, and enjoy hiking, swimming, and cross-country skiing. They also enjoy the run of my home, and can be found napping in all the best spots! I've been a proud member of the Leonberger Club of America since 2001, and adhere to the club's good breeding practices, which includes health testing of any prospective breeders: hip and elbow x-rays, Cerf eye exams, and thyroid and heart testing. The Leonberger Club of America (LCA) is the parent club for the breed as we become accepted into the world of the AKC. The LCA works very diligently towards educating prospective puppy buyers to make sure that the Leonberger is the right breed for them, and also has close ties with the two Leo rescue organizations, with the goal that every Leo puppy has a loving, forever home.

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