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VIDEO: EU debate like a 'playground row'
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VIDEO: EU debate like a 'playground row'

The EU referendum debate risks turning into a "playground row", according to Stig Abell, editor of the Times Literary Supplement. He was speaking to BBC Newsnight as part of its My Decision series, where a number of figures explain how they plan ... BBC, 3 weeks ago
EU debate like a 'playground row' BBC, 3 weeks ago
Before It's News

Delayed Thinking or Non-thinking about UFOs (and everything else)

While reading the latest (5/20/16) TLS [ Times Literary Supplement ], I realized that my UFO cronies, reading and commenting here and at other blogs, such as Kevin Randles, are not up-to-speed about the current thinking and advances in areas of ...
 Before It's News1 month ago

Outspoken hags or sluts

Mary Beard, professor of classics at the University of Cambridge, has a popular blog in the UK Times Literary Supplement called A Don's Life. She writes about ancient Romans and draws comparisons to our contemporary world. She has published books ...
 Times of Malta1 month ago

Saving Tiny Tim — Pediatrics and Childhood Poverty in the United States

When I talk about child poverty, I often begin with iconic 19th-century literary images: Hans Christian Andersen's little match girl, freezing to death on the street on New Year's Eve — the poor child as helpless victim of adult cruelty (if she ...
 New England Journal of Medicine2 weeks ago Child poverty a blight draining families of hope, conference told  Irish Times2 days ago

Brothers of the Quill: How an 18th-century hack found his literary footing

By , bROTHERS OF THE QUILL Oliver Goldsmith in Grub Street By Norma Clarke Harvard. 399 pp. $35 Before becoming a professor of English literature at London's Kingston University, Norma Clarke wrote books for children. I suspect that that ...
 Washington Post1 month ago

Interview: Female authors suffer "unconscious gender bias" in Aust'n literature: study

Female Australian authors are being shunned by professional book reviewers, while there is also an underrepresentation of women reviewing books, a literature expert from the Australian National University (ANU) told Xinhua on Friday. An ANU study ...
 China.org.cn2 weeks ago

Japanese researchers take artificial intelligence toward the final frontier: creativity

SCIENCE FEATURE June 21, 2016 8:58 pm [embedded content] Tweet by TOMOKO OTAKE, JAPAN TIMES, TOKYO (TNS) It was a dark, overcast day, with clouds hovering low. The room was kept at the most appropriate temperatures and humidity, as ...
 Manila Times4 days ago

English professor's 500-plus tweetstorm about King Lear is the literary community's hottest beef

Scene: The internet Enter Holger Schott Syme, associate professor of English, chair of the Department of English and Drama at the University of Toronto-Mississauga, and Twitter user with 1,135 followers. Will be live tweeting my reading of SIR's ...
 The Verge2 weeks ago A conversation with the world's leading authority on the English language about big data, Google ngrams, and language change  Business Insider1 month ago How the world's leading authority on the English language used Google to write the most comprehensive treatment of English usage ever published  Business Insider2 months ago
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A bridge between Myanmar and international literature translation

How do translators convey the tone and flavour of a work in a foreign language while making it fully accessible to foreign readers? This is a question that many writers have addressed, all the while acknowledging that the skill of the translator ...
 Myanmar Times1 month ago
Alpha Galileo

First graders can read like experts

With a little help, six-year-olds can read texts in the same way as adult literary scholars. Very little time is devoted during Norwegian class to the youngest pupils in school. Most of the time is spent cracking the reading code, learning to write ...
 Alpha Galileo1 month ago
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