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Sunday, February 19, 2006

P.S.--film recommendation

Yesterday I went to Cambridge, Mass. and saw the French thriller Caché. It turned out to be not only a compelling thriller but a very disturbing parable of relations between the West and the Arab world. I highly recommend it. See today's main post, below.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Yep, it does -- as one entity with the letter. You write "eacute", only in stead of enclosing it in quotes, you precede it with an ampersand and follow with a semi-colon. Like this: é .

Touché, ma chère fiancée.