Post-War? Post-Racial?

The 2011 British remake of Wuthering Heights sets itself apart with casting that may be more faithful than creative, writes Steve Rose in the Guardian

Meanwhile, across the channel, the Museum of the Great War opens in Meaux, France, and focuses “less on the battles than on evoking the atmosphere of the war and its time”

Author Touré, writing in The New York Times dismisses the idea of a “post-racial America” as “a term for a concept that does not exist. There’s no there there.”

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