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Book: The Poet and the Murderer : A True Story of Literary Crime and the Art of F... In The Poet and the Murderer, acclaimed journalist Simon Worrall takes readers into the haunting mind of Mark Hofmann, one of the most daring literary forgers and remorseless murderers of the late twentieth century.He was a young Mormon boy who...
Book: The Poet and the Murderer : A True Story of Literary Crime and the Art of F... 
Cultures of Forgery: Making Nations, Making Selves by Judith Ryan (2003, Ha...
Book: Forging His Chains : £1,000,000 Forgery on the Bank of England ¿ the Autobi... 
Book: Cultures of Forgery : Making Nations, Making Selves (2003, Paperback) InCultures of Forgery, leading literary studies and cultural studies scholars examine the double meaning of the word "forge"-to create or to form, on the one hand, and to make falsely, on the other. Eleven essays take on a broad range of topics,...
Book: Life Became Great : The Forgery of Ancient near Eastern Cultures by O.W. Mu... The Lie Became Great explores the closed society of international plunderers and forgers which thrives as a subculture of the Art World. These multi-cultural denizens include antiquity dealers, collectors, museum curators, forgers working in...
The Tremor of Forgery by Patricia Highsmith (1969, Book)
This Solemn Mockery: The Art of Literary Forgery by John Whitehead (1973, B...
VHS: Masterpiece or Forgery? - The Story of Elmyr de Hory (VHS, 1998) Elmyr de Hory was called "the Myth of the Century" when the world found out that he had forged over 1,000 paintings, estimated to be worth over 100 million dollars, many of which are probably still in museums around the world. Elmyr musteriously...
DVD: Masterpiece or Forgery? - The Story of Elmyr de Hory (DVD, 2005) Elmyr de Hory was called "the Myth of the Century" when the world found out that he had forged over 1,000 paintings, estimated to be worth over 100 million dollars, many of which are probably still in museums around the world. Elmyr musteriously...
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