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Karen Kain in Napoli. internalize that air of poised self- possession, to make herself believe what she had coerced us into believing ... Yet she also continues to make gestures toward other very different forms of performing: the theatre, television, an ... Karen Kain's status as a media celebrity (and therefore a marketable commodity) continues to expand; having ... Really, nobody noticed me here in Canada until the stuff started co'.ning in from elsewhere. ... I'm a little bitter about all that.
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The attraction stemmed from hope for a cure to economic upheaval in the Great Depression, and from heroic ... 1st of March, 1976, Alexander Solzhenitsyn was interviewed on the BBC television program, "Panorama" , by BBC staffer, ... public opinion for have had a wide circulation, and Solzhenitsyn himself has enjoyed a corresponding celebrity. ... It did not have complete freedom of choice either to keep me in prison, or to exile me. ... But now I'm beginning to have doubts about this.