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Writers and the way with words
Sir V.S. Naipaul in conversation with Farrukh Dhondy on “The Writer and the World” at the Jaipur Literature Festival. — PTI Jaipur Litfest picks this year had something for everyone Jaipur, known...
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Can domestic abusers be rehabilitated?
The guy I am calling Jimmy was trying to remember the first time he hit his girlfriend. You’d think the event would stick in his mind. But Jimmy was 18 at the time, and they’d been going out for three...
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The Globe and Mail
Books: The river runs wild
Lucy Wood’s first novel is a magic realist ghost story set in Devon. Lucy Popescu went there to meet her. Lucy Wood found writing her debut novel a daunting process. Photo / Ben Smith Landscape and...
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M&G presents Turning Points by the New York Times
Turning Points, the original year-ahead publication produced with the New York Times and the Mail & Guardian, is a first for Africa. Click to download Turning Points Featuring exclusive content from...
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‘Authors shouldn’t be salesmen’
In the city for HLF 2015, Ashok Banker talks about living with words, eating words and feeding on to the language Easy Library, the little corner library near Shaikpet Dargah has a special visitor...
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Jaipur litfest signs off with record attendance
The eighth edition of the Jaipur Literature Festival, the world’s largest free literary festival, ended on Sunday with a record participation of 2.45 lakh people during the five days. The festival...
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Samantha Shannon: 'I didn't want to be a writer. ...
Hero I met
at the launch of her book MaddAddam in Edinburgh in 2013. I was so nervous I could hardly talk. I cried afterwards because I was so emotional. Her Handmaid’s Tale is my...
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Sanctuary in the Past
At age 75, London-born Bastrop resident Michael Moorcock has enjoyed a storied career. Having written such acclaimed novels as Behold the Man, Gloriana, and Byzantium Endures, and created Elric of...
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Philip K. Dick
Library hosting Religion and Mysticism in Sci-Fi ...
Library hosting Religion and Mysticism in Sci-Fi book series Jan. 18, 2015 @ 01:06 PM HUNTINGTON — The Cabell County Public Library will host a five-book literature discussion series titled...
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Cabell County Public Library
Climbing El Capitan is a bit extreme - I'd rather...
Of course, cartoonists are much more likely to offend than writers, partly because that's the way they are and partly because people see their cartoons and immediately think they've been immortalised...
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Tory opposes holding debate on changing O Canada ...
Toronto’s executive committee debates the idea of asking Ottawa to change the lyrics of O Canada next week, but at least one prominent member of council – the mayor – appears to already be against...
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When Did We Start Asking Every Celebrity, “Are Yo...
What women really think about news, politics, and culture. Hattie Caraway wasn’t supposed to be a senator. And she definitely was not supposed to stay one. Appointed to represent Arkansas upon her...
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The New York Times
Did you hear the one about the canary and the bis...
Did you hear the one about the canary and the bishop? They’ve both been axed from a children’s dictionaryNorwich City mascot Captain Canary Oxford University Press has dropped more than 50 words from...
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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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Kate Mosse's Travelling Life
Usually to places such as Salcombe in Devon – traditional seaside holidays. I’ll always remember one wet August finding a copy of The Murder of Roger Ackroyd in the guesthouse where we were staying,...
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Tuscola Today » The St. Patrick’s Day of 1973
This story started 41 years ago. Dan and Carol Draper and their 4-month-old son, Todd, left their home in Mishawaka, Ind., the weekend of March 17, 1973, to visit Carol’s aunt near Jackson. A quick...
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Michigan State Police
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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the National Book Award
Margaret Atwood: 'I fancy Sherlock Holmes, but he...
has had a busy year. Not only did she celebrate her 75th birthday earlier this month, she also announced her participation in the Future Library project, where she will submit a...
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Good reads, recommended by authors and others
It was a landmark year for book lovers, the ultimate beneficiaries of the $27 billion-a-year books industry. The landslide of titles in all genres was satisfyingly relentless, with a lineup of A-list...
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Authors’ favorite books: The ultimate literary gu...
... Zone of Interest,” by Martin Amis (Knopf) I’m a big fan of Amis, especially such masterpieces as “Time’s Arrow” and “The Information,” and I found this one jaw-droppingly good — even by the very...
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