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Videos and Articles on David Levine

Vanity Fair, November 2008
Levine in Winter For four decades, David Levine’s acid-tipped portraits of everyone from Castro to Cheney gave The New York Review of Books its visual punch. Now that the greatest caricaturist of the late 20th century is going blind, is he owed more than a fond farewell? by David Margolick

Find the article at http://www.vanityfair.com/politics/features/2008/11/levine200811

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Toronto Globe and Mail
Turning a blind eye on fate The famed David Levine's macular degeneration has put an end to his pen-and-ink drawings. But to him, the eye condition is a chance for new ways of seeing, James Adams writes

Find the article at http://www.theglobeandmail.com/servlet/story/LAC.20081007.LEVINE07/TPStory/Entertainment

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Levine in the Literary Review of Canada
A Steady Eye David Levine has captured the artistic and political greats of his era with nothing but a pencil.

Find the article at http://lrc.reviewcanada.ca/index.php?page=a-steady-eye

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Levine on his work and Thomas Nast
Levine discusses his work as part of a Thomas Nast Day celebration honoring the centennial of the death of the father of the American political cartoon. Copy and paste the following CSPAN link into your browser: http://www.c-spanvideo.org/program/159034-1

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Levine on "American Presidents"
Levine discusses his most recent book "American Presidents" (Fantagraphics; November 24, 2008). Copy and paste this url to view the CSPAN interview: http://www.c-spanvideo.org/program/282518-1

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