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Private school GCSE table: pupils opting for alte...
North London Collegiate School offers AS-level courses in English literature to pupils aged 14-to-16 to ensure they get access to enough challenging material before the sixth-form. It comes as...
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Can You Be Both Mad and Creative?
Indeed it does. A. M. Ludwig’s classic study, The Price of Greatness (Guilford Press, 1995), revealed that in a sample of over a thousand Americans who made outstanding contributions to the arts,...
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Jennifer Aniston Says Her 'Value As A Woman' Has ...
As any book lover knows, reading provides an ability to escape. Whether it's for a few minutes before bed, on the hour-long bus ride to work or even a full day under the sun -- books and the stories...
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‘And I and Silence,’ theater review
Imagine the enduring core friendship in “The Shawshank Redemption” but between women and without uplift and you’ve got a bead on Off-Broadway’s “And I and Silence.” Earnest but insubstantial, Naomi...
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The Shawshank Redemption
Bears rely on Dreher's talent ... and spirit
Stonington - Although Meagan Dreher likely had an inkling that life existed outside sports, the moment that underscored that came in March when she stepped onto the stage for the first time as part of...
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Monday Book: A promising family saga spoilt by a ...
, William Faulkner and Seamus Heaney but Williams’ lyrical prose is reminiscent of Thomas Wolfe whose novels were famously hacked and compressed by his editors. The Irish...
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Be careful what you wish for
ABOUT A MAN:(left)Edwin Arlington Robinson, the American poet who penned Richard Cory, later adapted into a song by Paul Simon(right) of the musical duo Simon & Garfunkel In 1897, American poet EA...
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Updike's Shillington home being converted to muse...
SHILLINGTON — With a fresh coat of white paint and a green moat of surgically cropped lawn, the house where John Updike grew into adolescence sits prettily along a busy road in this suburb of...
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Fame is a bee: It has a song, a sting, a wing
The title of this piece is fair warning from poet
. It aptly describes the play-out of a fleeting celebrity life. You’re handed just enough time to enjoy fame, capture media attention...
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Christine M. Flowers: Standardized tests have val...
I always felt like a little bit of an imposter in college. It wasn't that I was straight and a significant percentage of the Bryn Mawr population loved both Virginia Woolf and
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Little Free Libraries bring neighbors together in...
It's sort of like the classic line from the movie "Field of Dreams": "If you build it, they will come." It's not baseball players, but book lovers who are flocking to Monterey County's Little Free...
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History of the Rain by Niall Williams review – pu...
Niall Williams came to prominence in 1997 with the publication of his first book, Four Letters of Love. Intense and poetic, it was an international bestseller and set the tone for his subsequent...
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Robert Louis Stevenson
Emily Dickinson poems the basis for Kiri Te Kanaw...
LONDON, ENGLAND - JANUARY 27: Ann Richards, Head of Opera Press with the Best Opera award for "Written on Skin" during the South Bank Sky Arts awards at the Dorchester Hotel on January 27, 2014 in...
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Kiri Te Kanawa
Can an Author Set a Novel in the Suburbs Anymore?
The End of the Suburban NovelIn Friendswood, René Steinke tries to reimagine a familiar story. Illustration by Sam Alden You can blame Cheever for it, or Updike, or Yates. Those midcentury men...
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Sam Baker's second life reveals itself with 'Grac...
The singer-songwriter was riding a train from Cuzco to the ruins of Machu Picchu in Peru. The blast killed several passengers, including a San Antonio man and a German family sitting next to Baker,...
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Friendship Day 2014: Top 10 Quotes and Messages t...
Friendship Day started in the US in 1935 and today is celebrated around the world(REUTERS) Friendship Day is celebrated on the first Sunday of August and this year it falls on 3rd. The tradition of...
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