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    [+] A Scribe from Harvard '10 (Review) by Whit Stillman, pp. 1066-1067
     Heywood Broun: A Biography, by Richard O'Connor

    1. Heywood Broun: A Biography by Richard O'Connor
    The National Review, September 26, 1975
    Books in Brief
       [+] Review The Horizon Book of Daily Life in Victorian Englan..., by Christopher Hibbert --- by Whit Stillman,, pp. 1490-1493
    1. The Horizon Book of Daily Life in Victorian England by Christopher Hibbert
    The National Review, December 19, 1975
    Books in Brief
       [+] Review Don't Make No Waves---Don't Back No Losers, by Milton L. Rakove --- by Whit Stillman,, p. 744
    1. Don't Make No Waves---Don't Back No Losers by Milton L. Rakove
    The National Review, July 9, 1976
    Books in Brief
       [+] Review Erik H. Erikson: The Power and Limits of a Vision, by Paul Roazen --- by Whit Stillman,, p. 47
    1. Erik H. Erikson: The Power and Limits of a Vision by Paul Roazen
    The National Review, January 7, 1977
    The Pallisers by Whit Stillman, pp. 336-337
    The National Review, March 18, 1977
    Under the Condor-A Story by Whit Stillman, pp. 19-23 - PDF
    The American Spectator, January 1978
    [+] Seeing Crimson (Review) by Whit Stillman, p. 37
     The Shad Treatment, by Garrett Epps

    1. The Shad Treatment by Garrett Epps
    The National Review, January 6, 1978
    Under the Condor-Part Two by Whit Stillman, pp. 22-24 - PDF
    The American Spectator, February 1978
    Under the Condor-Part There by Whit Stillman, pp. 18-21 - PDF
    The American Spectator, March 1978
    [+] The Australian Saga About a Girl's Special Something (Review) by Whit Stillman, p. 8
     The Thorn Birds, by Colleen McCullough

    1. The Thorn Birds by Colleen McCullough
    Chronicles, May 1978
    Summer Reading by Whit Stillman, p. 4 - PDF
     Ban the Soleil
    The American Spectator, August 1978
    [+] One's-Own-Navel Universe (Review) by Whit Stillman, pp. 11-12
     The World According to Garp, by John Irving

    1. The World According to Garp by John Irving
    Chronicles, September 1978
    [+] Colorfully Human Fiction (2 Reviews) by Whit Stillman, pp. 13-14
     Neglected Lives, by Stephen Alter, ...

      Chronicles, March 1979
      [+] Void Camouflaged by Vocabulary (Review) by Whit Stillman, pp. 16-17
       The Coup, by John Updike

      1. The Coup by John Updike
      Chronicles, July 1979
      Books in Brief
         [+] Review Walt Disney, by Bob Thomas --- by Whit Stillman,, p. 488
      1. Walt Disney by Bob Thomas
      The National Review, April 18, 1980
      The Nation's Pulse by Whit Stillman, pp. 23-25 - PDF
       Sleazy, Soapy, and Rich
      The American Spectator, March 1981
      [+] Behind the Bathroom Door (12 Reviews) by Whit Stillman, pp. 96-99
       Twelve March novels

        The Harpers Monthly, April 1981
        New Frontier Days by Whit Stillman, pp. 24-27 - PDF
         A Camelot memoir
        The American Spectator, November 1983
        Metropolitan (1990 Film - Streamable) by Whit Stillman - WATCH
        1 Review
        Barcelona (1994 Film) by Whit Stillman - WATCH
        The Last Days of Disco (1998 Film) by Whit Stillman - WATCH
        A conversation with filmmaker Whit Stillman
        Movies, TV & Theater
        A conversation with filmmaker Whit Stillman about his film "The Last Days of Disco", which follows two women trying to find love at the end of the disco era. He also discusses the pros and cons of independent film-making.
        57:26 - Charlie Rose, Monday, June 8th, 1998
        Diary by Whit Stillman,
        Slate Magazine, Saturday, June 13th, 1998 3:30 AM
        The Last Days of Disco (2000) by Whit Stillman
        With Cocktails at Petrossian Afterwards
        1 Review
        A conversation with Whit Stillman
        Screenwriter and director Whit Stillman talks about living in Paris and about his novel, "The Last Days of Disco with Cocktails at Petrossian Afterwards", which takes the point of view of one of the characters in his last film.
        56:55 - Charlie Rose, Wednesday, September 27th, 2000
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