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Not Just for Kids

In her mid-teens, Jane Austen wrote Love and Freindship (available in several editions). Virginia Woolf admired this substantial jeu desprit for its maturity and the rhythm and shapeliness and severity of the sentences. Austen was, Woolf states, ... Commonweal, 1 day ago

Paris, Je T'aime

Eight months after the terrorist attacks in Paris in January of this year -- attacks during which the Kouachi brothers killed 12 people at the offices of the satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo and Amedy Coulibaly murdered an unarmed police woman and ...
 MyInforms5 days ago
Washington Post

Book news 2015: Nostalgia, blockbusters and controversy

By Timothy R. Smith, Perhaps 2015 will be remembered — at least in the book world — as a year of nostalgia. The publication of Harper Lee's Go Set a Watchman sent readers back to their junior high editions of To Kill a Mockingbird, leaving ...
 Washington Post1 week ago
DAWN Group

Thank God, it's Friday: ZEBRA Poetry Film Festival screened at T2F

KARACHI: Film and poetry buffs were treated to a selection of fine short films from the critically acclaimed ZEBRA Poetry Film Festival screened at T2F on Friday evening. The event was part of the ongoing poetry project initiated by the Goethe ...
 DAWN Group1 week ago
Macleans Online

Anna and Jane McGarrigle's memoir overflows with wit

Mountain City Girls. The McGarrigle Family Album. by Anna & Jane McGarrigle. No Credit. MOUNTAIN CITY GIRLS Anna and Jane McGarrigle Though Kate and Anna McGarrigle never achieved the mainstream popularity of Joni Mitchell or Neil Young , ...
 Macleans Online2 weeks ago
Belleville Intelligencer

Film serves as fundraiser

Belleville, ON Friday, November 6, 2015 3:43:48 EST PM SUBMITTED PHOTO Al Purdy is pictured on the shore of Roblin Lake in 1968. Change text size for the story Al Purdy was an icon. Looming tall, almost always with mad, fly-away hair, a cigar in ...
 Belleville Intelligencer2 weeks ago

Nick Hornby, Colm Toibin describe 'Brooklyn' as just a 'weepie' that 'punches you in the stomach'

A young person setting off in search of opportunity and romance would seem like one of the most popular cinematic destinations. So popular that, as Yogi Berra might have said, no one goes there anymore. "Weirdly, it's an act of nerve now to ...
 Miami Herald2 weeks ago and the Walrus Foundation present the 40th Anniversary of the First Novel Award

Finalists selected by Russell Brown , Professor Emeritus of English at the University of Toronto and editor of the Oxford Anthology of Canadian Literature; shortlist will be announced in April 2016 on all Walrus platforms ??? print, digital, and ...
 Tutorial Finder2 weeks ago
HT Syndication

Gifting ideas for movie buffs

The article below represents a preview only and is not meant for reuse or republishing. New Delhi, Oct. 30 -- Puzzling over what to buy your movie-buff friend? Our list of cinephile gifting options should help-the interview of Alfred Hitchcock by ...
 HT Syndication3 weeks ago

Guy Vanderhaeghe Wins Canada's Governor General Lit Award For Third Time

Since the first-ever Governor-General's Literary Award was handed out in 1936, only three writers have won the prize for English-language fiction three times: Hugh MacLennan, Alice Munro and Michael Ondaatje.
 MyInforms3 weeks ago
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