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The Winter War by Philip Teir, review: 'an intell...
Presented as Scandinavia’s answer to
, Teir offers a similarly sardonic yet sympathetic critique of a multi-generational family. However, his attempt at the kind of expansive,...
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The fault with 'fast tennis' - does it really pro...
... Hewitt's Fast4 Tennis will take off as spectacularly as Twenty20 cricket.' Photo: AFP Moliere was never so astute as when he asserted that trees that are slow to bear the best fruit. A...
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Books: 'I hate men who waltz in and write about l...
Jodi Picoult has written 23 novels, eight of them No 1 bestsellers. Just don’t call her work ‘women’s fiction’, says Bryony Gordon. Jodi Picoult has produced 23 novels in 22 years, eight of which...
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By Heart: Mark Ronson on How Fiction Inspired 'Up...
By Heart is a series in which authors share and discuss their all-time favorite passages in literature. See entries from Steven Pinker,
, Amy Tan, Khaled Hosseini, and more. On his...
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The New Zealand Herald
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Jonathan Franzen to appear at BookExpo America
NEW YORK (AP) -
, whose novel "Purity" is expected to be the literary release of the fall, will be a featured speaker at BookExpo America. The prize-winning author of "The...
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Tomorrow Never Knows a sonic smorgasbord
Historically, the Tomorrow Never Knows festival, which takes place Wednesday through Sunday in venues throughout the city, has not been Chicago's most eclectic: Most of its acts skew toward garage...
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Good reads of 2015: Literary line–up is blessed w...
Historian Jonathan Dimbleby will release Battle Of The Atlantic in September BIOGRAPHY Venerable historian Antonia Fraser looks back on her formative years growing up in Oxford in the 1930s and 1940s...
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Reading the revolution: books to look out for in ...
Last year 85 per cent of Scots turned out to vote on independence. Will that enthusiasm galvanise the electorate in the May general election, or has a combination of Russell Brand and widespread...
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Shelf Life – Jan. 8
If you’re finding yourself at a loss for things to do in the post-holiday lull, never fear! 2015 promises to be a banner year for books, with new titles from long-silent authors like Kazuo...
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By Heart: Shakespeare as Psychologist
By Heart is a series in which authors share and discuss their all-time favorite passages in literature. See entries from Peter Stamm,
, Amy Tan, Khaled Hosseini, and more. Harvard...
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The six books that Mark Zuckerberg should read
Bleak House by Charles Dickens Bleak House is a complex mystery story that fully engages the "user" in the work of detection, and an unforgettable indictment of an indifferent society. It is a...
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War and Peace
Books to look forward to in 2015
WHAT will we be reading in 2015? David Robinson flicks through the publishers’ catalogues to find out I love publishers’ catalogues. Don’t get me wrong: I’m not pervy about them, I don’t collect...
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Never Let Me Go
Zuckerberg goes full Oprah, starts book club
At some point, often late in the evening after an excess of spritzers, we all become intellectuals. We pontificate (we think) deeply. We even refer to books (that we haven't read). Our friends are...
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What bibliophiles can look forward to this year. And 2014 slid past, faster than we could read through the calendar. But 2015 promises to have many good things up its capacious — and metaphorical —...
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New York City
Jane Smiley returns to the midwest to begin a 100...
The farming region has inspired many of the United States' most venerated authors. When we think of the midwest of the United States, the notion of "Middle America" comes to mind: small-town,...
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Northern Daily Leader
The Young Witness
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The Bookmark: Looking back on a year of books
So by now you have probably endured as many best-books-of-2014 lists as you can handle. Or maybe not — these lists are hard to resist, even as they make us a little nuts. When our favorite titles are...
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8 reasons to be excited it's 2015
While we think we’re looking forward to these films, in fact we’re looking back; remembering the reasons we fell in love with each series in the first place, hoping to reconnect with pleasures past....
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22 reasons to be excited about 2015 in the UK
Image: Mashable composite/Luke Leonard/Getty Images LONDON — 2015 is already shaping up to be an epic year, judging by the raft of new films, TV shows, cultural and sporting events, and tech releases...
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Embarrassed by Fiction
In her new novel, composed mainly of conversations, Cusk rejects the artifice of her earlier work.Credit Illustration by James Taylor Gray / Reference: Ulf Andersen / Getty A character in Rachel...
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Karl Ove Knausgaard
What to read in 2015
Twenty years after a disturbing incident at an ashram in Jarmuli, Nomi, now a young woman, goes back to the temple town with a documentary film crew. In Anuradha Roy's hands, this tale of irreversible...
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