Sarah Cook

Sarah Cook

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Sarah Cook, intern at Literal Latté, is studying Linguistics at New York University. Upon graduating, she hopes to become a linguist, an editor, or a waitress somewhere in Europe.

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Spring 2015 Issue

Film Review: A Respectfully Indelicate Portrayal of David Foster Wallace

Film Review: The End of The Tour. The heart of the story plays out in long two-man conversations shot with handheld cameras, in cars, kitchens and hotel rooms, among other places….

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Fall 2014 Issue

Theatre Review: On “The Belle of Amherst”

Sarah Cook reviews “The Belle of Amherst”, starring Joely Richardson, a one-woman show concerning the life of Emily Dickinson.

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