Literature

Conference calls for using modern means to promote children’s literature – Journal

HYDERABAD: Speakers at a conference on children’s literature stressed the need to use modern means to rid children of mobile phones, which seem to take up most of their time, and called for the creation of a children’s academy or an adabi council dedicated to the promotion of children’s literature. …

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How Proust’s Jewish origins shaped his work – DW – 18/11/2022

French author Marcel Proust is best known for his record-breaking book: his 4,000-page novel “In Search of Lost Time” (1913-1927) belongs to the canon of world literature. Although not everyone may have read all seven volumes of the mammoth work, its author remains a worldwide literary star, even 100 years …

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Sahitya Aaj Tak Literature Festival returns to Delhi in November

The 5th edition of the festival will be held at Major Dhyan Chand National Stadium in New Delhi on November 18, 19 and 20. Aaj Tak, one of India’s most watched Hindi news channels, is reintroducing its popular literary program, Sahitya Aaj Tak. After a three-year hiatus due to Corona, …

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Elon University / Today in Elon / Sigma Delta Pi Hispanic Honor Society Recognizes 10 Students

The Sigma Delta Pi Honor Society recognizes students who excel in the study of the language, literature, and culture of the Spanish-speaking world. Ten students were inducted into the Sigma Delta Pi Hispanic Honor Society in a ceremony held at McBride Gathering Space on Tuesday, November 8. The Sigma Delta …

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Tata Literature live! The 13th edition of Mumbai LitFest starts on Wednesday, November 9, 2022

Tata Literature live! Submitted by: Sachin Murdeshwar November 8, 2022 MUMBAI, NOVEMBER 8, 2022 (GPN): Tata Literature live! The Mumbai LitFest – the most anticipated literary festival of the year is here! During the pandemic, the Festival attracted a strong online audience (8.5 million views in 2021). To meet this …

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Esme is good at sewing at the Farsley Literature Festival

As a lover of everything Farsley and a fan of The Great British Sewing Bee, I was thrilled when the show picked up some southern sticks and headed north to Sunnybank Mills, where we know one thing or two on textiles, fashion and couture, writes Anne Akers. I love seeing …

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How history, literature and film have shaped our view of the vampire

A common suggestion is that vampirism is very erotic. “Part of it is about lust and submission and dominance,” Frayling says. “It’s seen as sex from the neck down.” Fenn agrees. “When it comes to our innermost and most secret desires, blood and lust are often more intertwined than we …

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Adele wants to go to college and get a degree in English Literature

Comment this story Comment LONDON — Superstar singer Adele plans to trade the stage for studies, she told fans at an intimate event in Los Angeles this week. The “Hello” singer marked the release of a new music video for her song “I Drink Wine,” which sees her floating in …

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Worldliness, Mystery, and Magic in Japanese Literature

Literary workshop at Argo Bookstore offers insight into Japanese culture Marginal artsAminah Hannan — Posted October 25, 2022 4 minutes Argo Bookshop guides neophytes into the world of Japanese writers Courtesy AE Prevost Floating cherry blossom petals. Snowy mountains. Sumptuous and futuristic cities. Samurai. These are some of the images …

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High-ranking students honored at Sarah and James Bowdoin Day ceremony

Dylan Richmond’24 Richmond’s speech was titled “Liberal Arts and Allied Hearts: The Power of Interdisciplinarity”, in which he spoke of embracing the liberal arts and coming to terms with the idea that even as a student of English and dancehe would still have to take math lessons. “But class after …

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Literature appeals to the “best angels of our nature”

Cory Wells Lovell “Reading is an adventure. The adventures concern the unknown… Literature is a mixture of ignorance and recognition. The situation can take us anywhere – across time and space, the globe, through the lives of people who can never be like us – into the heart of an …

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The march against inflation raises the political temperature in France

By BOUBKAR BENZABAT and PATRICK HERMANSEN, Associated Press PARIS (AP) — Thousands of protesters, including France’s newest Nobel laureate in literature, crammed the streets of Paris on Sunday, in a show of anger over the bite of rising prices and pressure on the government of President Emmanuel Macron. The march …

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Why We Chose Obasanjo to Present the Literature Prize – NLNG

LNG (NL Ltd. 1 The Nigeria LNG (NL Ltd explained their choice of former chairman Olusegun Obasanjo to present the Nigerian Prize for Literature 2022 to the winners. Nigeria Prize for Science 2 A statement posted on the company’s website on Friday said the choice amplifies the key messages and …

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“World Reading Beijing” – Beijing Children’s Literature Fair Successfully Held in Tunis

Tunis, Tunisia, October 11, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — About September 29, 2022the “World Reading Beijing” (Tunisia) – Peking child The Literature Fair, sponsored by Beijing Federation of Literary and Artistic Circles and co-organized by China National Publications Import and Export (Group) Ltd. and the Beijing Lao She Literature Academy, was successfully …

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Nobel laureate in French literature, others call for protest against Macron as inflation bites

PARIS, Oct 9 (Reuters) – A group of French intellectuals, including Nobel literature laureate Annie Ernaux, urged people on Sunday to join protests planned by the left for next week, blaming President Emmanuel Macron of not doing enough to help the poor cope with high prices while some companies make …

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Jehovah’s Witnesses will participate in their public ministry in the Chicago Marathon for the first time in three years

As elite athletes race past iconic skyscrapers and well-known landmarks during the Chicago Marathon next Sunday, October 9, they will also pass another familiar sight: Jehovah’s Witnesses standing next to moving wagons showcasing colorful publications in a variety of languages. This year’s event, considered one of the best marathons in …

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Hoping Tanzanian Vuta N’Kuvute wins the 2022 Oscar

In the world of literature, Tanzania stands tall. Over the years, as a country, we have produced some of the finest writers who have achieved worldwide fame. Have you ever wondered who can replace Shaaban Robert as the genius and father of Swahili literature? Dr. Andrei Zhukov’s article titled “Shaaban …

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Rotary club donates 300 literature books to Abuja school

The Rotary Club of Abuja, Maitama, on Thursday donated 300 literature textbooks to Government Secondary School (GSS), Garki, Abuja, to improve reading culture among students. Club President, Rotn. Yusuf Alli, in his remarks, said that the books donated to the school after the needs assessment were aimed at alleviating the …

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Sou Khemarin looks back on 20 years of service to Khmer literature

Sou Khemarin credits family influences and a personal passion for writing as the main inspirations for his poetry and his teaching career as a lecturer at the provincial teacher training school in Kampong Thom. Particularly handsome, Khemarin said his goal with his writing has always been to try to reflect …

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Who to see at Harrogate Literature Festival 2022

Published: 4:27 PM September 23, 2022 Countdown’s Susie Dent, the 8th Earl of Harewood, David Lascelles, Roadshow antiquities expert Ronnie Archer-Morgan, veteran broadcaster Peter Snow and former Supreme Court Justice Lady Hale are among the guest speakers on the occasion of the 10th anniversary of the Raworths Harrogate Literature Festival …

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Prestigious Literary Awards for UH Community College Faculty

Ann Inoshita and Derek N. Otsuji Assistant Professor at Leeward Community College Ann Inoshita and Honolulu CC Associate Professor Derek N. Otsuji were named this year’s recipients of the Elliot Cades Awards for Literature, the most prestigious literary honor in Hawaii. The Inoshita Prize is awarded to an established author …

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Patients and Doctors Have Differing Opinions on AD Symptoms

Symptoms leading to a negative feeling in patients with atopic dermatitis are discordantly represented in the scientific literature. Patients’ and physicians’ views on symptoms leading to negative feeling in atopic dermatitis (AD) are misaligned, according to Claire Feeney, PhD. She and her colleagues have conducted a new study comparing the …

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Saratoga Community Briefings for the week of September 23 – The Mercury News

Sala-Festival The South Asian Literature and Art Festival (SALA) returns to the Montalvo Arts Center on October 29 and 30, with panels and conversations that examine and celebrate a wide variety of viewpoints around a certain theme. This year’s event, presented by ArtForum SF, focuses on a theme of “Humanity” …

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Port Harcourt hosts writers for Literature Prize

The Rainbow Book Club, organizers of the Port Harcourt Book Festival, and Nigeria Liquefied Natural Gas will host three poets who have been shortlisted for the Nigeria Prize for Literature 2022 on Sunday. It has been reported earlier that the poets, Suéddie Vershima Agema (Memory and the Call of the …

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Two weeks before the Marlborough Literature Festival

By Jessica Durston – September 15, 2022 arts and culture The Marlborough Literature Festival kicks off later this month and runs from September 29 to October 2. The 13th Marlborough Literature Festival will return to the city later this month, and members of the public can still purchase tickets for …

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FilmScene’s long-awaited ReFocus film festival is “tailor-made for a city of literature”

Refocusing Film Festival FilmScene – Thursday, October 6 through Sunday, October 9, $12-230 FilmScene – Chauncey audience watches Jordan Peele’s ‘Nope’ (2022). – courtesy of FilmScene Iowa City’s literary history casts a long shadow. It is the country’s first UNESCO City of Literature, home to the Iowa Writers’ Workshop. But …

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Jaipur Literature Festival returns to Houston after 2-year Covid hiatus: The Tribune India

Houston: An eclectic mix of topics ranging from literature and geopolitics to economic and climate crises dominated the discourse at the fifth edition of the Jaipur Literature Festival held in person here this weekend after two years of virtual offers due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Each year, the festival brings …

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“Akrílica” by Juan Felipe Herrera and the step yet of Latinidad

IN HIS INTRODUCTION to the collection of poetry by Juan Felipe Herrera, Akrílica (2022), Farid Matuk describes the collection, first published in 1989, as an act of “recovery” rather than “recovery”. “We want Akrílica away from literary institutions, away from the discipline of literature, and away from the traditions of …

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Is King Arthur real or fake?

Some know King Arthur by his sword Excalibur, while others know him because of King Arthur Flour. This legendary hero permeates European literature, but one question remains: did King Arthur really exist? Smithsonian Magazine asked this question in a recent article. Camelot and the Knights of the Round Table permeate …

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The Degree of Irrelevance in Education – The New Indian Express

At most institutions in our country, the quality of undergraduate programs and courses offered leaves much to be desired. I am talking about the content and the pedagogy involved in the implementation of these courses and these offers. I am aware that this is one of the challenges that the …

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2022 Kendeka Prize for African Literature Long List Announced

Kendeka Prize for African Literature The long list for the 2022 Kendeka Prize for African Literature is announced today, Thursday, September 1, 2022. The Kendeka Prize for African Literature is awarded to the best unpublished short story, either fiction or creative non-fiction. The first edition of the prize founded by …

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Tattoos can induce blood infections

A recent medicine clinic Review article describes the characteristics of systemic bacterial infections associated with tattoos. These side effects can be avoided by maintaining strict hygiene when getting a tattoo. Study: Systemic infections associated with tattoos or permanent makeup: a systematic review. Image Credit: daniel catrihual / Shutterstock.com Background The …

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Agema, Oriogun and Dzukogi Compete for $100,000 Nigerian Literature Prize – The Eagle Online

The Advisory Board of the Nigerian Prize for Literature has announced The memory and the call of the water by Su’eddie Vershima Agema, Nomadic by Romeo Oriogun and Your cradle, my Qibla by Saddiq Dzukogi as finalists for the 2022 edition of the Nigerian Prize for Literature. The announcement is …

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A Lifetime of Learning Through Literature – The New Indian Express

Express press service CHENNAI: This city – as (historian) S Muthiah used to say – is made up of people who came from outside. When you ask them where they want to retire, they say “ooruku thiripi pono”, but they never go back. Dilip Kumar is one of those interesting …

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Constance Alexander: Secondary English teachers ask for ideas and support in key areas

When high school teachers speak, Murray State University’s Department of English and Philosophy listens. The result of listening ears will begin to bloom on campus on Saturday, September 10, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., with a free professional development workshop that meets the timely needs of high school English …

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“Maltese literature goes beyond the limits of our smallness”

As the Malta Mediterranean Literature Festival enters its 17th edition, JEAN-PAUL BORG speak with Lara Zamit on what the annual event has in store for us. LZ: InizjamedThe upcoming Malta Mediterranean Literature Festival will mark its 17th edition this year. What can you tell us about the history of the …

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Brazilian hands preserve Palestinian literature – Middle East Monitor

Reading can take you to different worlds, and the adventures they contain can take on another dimension when the books are read in different languages. New experiences invite reading something in a language very different from the original. This is what the Brazilian publishing house Tabla offers. It focuses on …

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Libraries offering a series of research skills workshops | Electronic News

WVU Libraries’ Research Skills Workshops provide research tips and tricks for academic success. Prepare for your next research assignment, find resources for a literature review, situate yourself in previous literature, and learn where to find key resources by attending one or more of these workshops. To register for these workshops, …

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California DOE’s “Recommended Literature List” Includes “Stamped For Kids” by Ibrahim X. Kendi

The California Department of Education (CDOE) promotes books on anti-racism, including “Stamped For Kids” by Ibrahim X. Kendi, according to the department’s website. The “Recommended Literature List” section of the CDOE website includes 280 book titles selected by teachers and librarians for students in kindergarten through twelfth grade. Recommended books …

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Salman Rushdie taught us yet another profound lesson: great literature will always be a matter of life and death | Robert McCrum

Jhis worst fear for Salman Rushdie has always been: the festival crowd, the vulnerable writer on stage, the buzz of audience anticipation, and then the terrifying eruption of mindless medieval fury. Ever since Ayatollah Khomeini’s fatwa sentenced him to death on Valentine’s Day 1989, Rushdie has lived in fear of …

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When public narratives fail, can literature guide America?

by David L. Ulin | August 11, 2022 Leave it to Joan Didion. In her essay “Slouching Towards Bethlehem,” published in 1967, she identified a sort of shift in our culture, the collapse of collective narrative. “The center didn’t hold up,” she begins, before going into detail: “the occasional murder, …

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A worldwide Kazakh esoteric movement persecuted in Russia

Russian FECRIS affiliates for years instigated a police crackdown on the group, which resumed in July 2022. by Massimo Introvigné OMON special police raid a meeting place of Allya Ayat in Novosibirsk, July 18, 2022. Source: The Main Directorate of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Novosibirsk region. Allya …

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Prof. M Asim Siddiqui Delivers a Lecture on the Contribution of WBU Scholars to Urdu Literature | India Education | Latest Education News | World Education News

Aligarh: The Indian Diaspora Washington DC Metro hosted a comprehensive online conference on “WBU Scholars’ Contribution to Urdu Literature and Criticism: The Role of the English Department.” The talk, coinciding with remarks by Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav, was delivered by Professor Mohammad Asim Siddiqui, Chairman of the English Department, AMU. …

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Man arrested for encouraging jury nullification wins federal trial

A man has been wrongfully arrested for standing outside a Bronx courthouse handing out flyers about jury nullification, the practice in which juries return “not guilty” verdicts despite overwhelming evidence of guilt, a federal court upheld last week. Michael Picard, a civil liberties activist, was arrested in late 2017 after …

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Discovering Verses and Emotions – The New Indian Express

Express press service It was last year when Leha Biswas – then a student at Lady Shri Ram College, Lajpat Nagar – and her classmates were introduced to ‘occulting poetry’. By witnessing the apathetic responses of the students in class, the professor decided to make the lecture interesting. She asked …

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Magical Realism Books You Should Read

This article contains affiliate links to products selected by our editors. Mental Floss may receive a commission for purchases made through these links. Somewhere between the fantasy realms of Mordor and Narnia and the real world lies magical realism, a literary genre in which fantastical elements are incorporated into grounded …

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Choosing the right book for a vacation is as fun as the trip itself

Comment this story Comment I took a retired Chicago cop, a single Irish farmer, and some chaotic badass with me on my recent vacation to Portugal. They all appear in a novel by French called “The Searcher”, which I packed in my carry-on. Why would I bring a book set …

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SAGE Publishing set to close its book publishing division in India

SAGE Publishing, a global publishing house specializing in scholarly books, journals, reference and library products and services is closing its doors book India Publishing Division. In an email to its Indian employees on Thursday, Blaise R Simqu, Managing Director, wrote: “We have recently made a very difficult but well thought …

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Elizabeth Strout and Leila Mottley nominated for Booker Prize for Fiction

Best-selling American writers Karen Joy Fowler, Elizabeth Strout and Leila Mottley are among 13 authors vying for the prestigious Booker Price for fiction. Fowler’s novel about Abraham Lincoln’s assassin, “Booth”, Strout’s symphony of everyday life “Oh William!” and “Nightcrawling,” Mottley’s debut album in Oakland, are among six books by Americans …

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Latest News – Rhodes University promotes indigenous languages ​​through language colloquium

Vice-Chancellor Professor Sizwe Mabizela, with some of the organizers of the language colloquium at the South African Museum of Literature. Photo credit: Vususmzi Fraser Tshekema. By Sylvia Mugagwa, first year LLB student A vibrant and diverse group of faculty, language experts, students and other members …

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Screen Writing and Scripting Software Market 2022 Strategic Assessments – Windward Studios Inc., Literature and Latte Ltd., WriterDuet, Inc., Write Brothers Inc., StudioBinder Inc.

The latest report on Screen writing and scripting software market provides a detailed assessment of the business vertical in question, along with a brief overview of the industry segments. An exceptionally feasible estimate of the current industry scenario has been provided in the study, and the Screen Writing and Scripting …

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Moore named first recipient of Wink Scholarship at Ouachita

Alex Moore, a junior double major in English and philosophy from Gulfport, Mississippi, was named the first recipient of the Johnny and Susan Wink Scholarship from Ouachita Baptist University. He was recognized at a ceremony in April at Ouachita’s Young Auditorium. “He was a student of mine in several classes,” …

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Six books to guide you through the real American West

In the second half of the 19th century, the figure of the cowboy emerged as the defining characteristic of Western American literature. Publishers found success with dime westerns, novels mythologizing the lives of “Buffalo Bill” Cody, Kit Carson, Wyatt Earp and other dubious pioneers. Decades later, when cinema became a …

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Rising Star: Marina Shtyrkov, Associate Director, Wealth Management, Cerulli Associates

In the perspective of RIA Intel’s Inaugural RIA Awards in SeptemberRIA Intel will post Q&As and other short articles highlighting this year’s accomplishments nominees and rising stars. In 2015, a college graduate with an English degree joined Cerulli Associates, a Boston-based research and advisory firm specializing in asset management and …

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Festival highlights Arkansas history and literature

The South Arkansas Community College Library hosted the 5th Annual South Arkansas Literary Festival on Saturday and featured several varied speakers with backgrounds in literature, history and even psychology. Featured speakers and presenters at the festival included Darrin Riley; Chrystal Gilkey; Dr. Travis Langley; Joe David Rice; and the Pine …

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A Handicapped Reader’s Guide to Disability Literature

Disability Pride Month is in full swing and I couldn’t be more thrilled with all the wonderful books by disabled authors making their way onto the internet. I love when people come across disability literature and realize the incredible range of books out there. From romance to poetry to memoir, …

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Amor Towles, Patti Smith and Isabelle Wilkerson to headline Seattle Arts & Lectures’ 2022-23 season

In 2019, Seattle Arts & Lectures was in full swing. The renowned local non-profit literary organization, which for more than three decades has brought prestigious authors like John Updike, Joan Didion and Colson Whitehead to adoring crowds of thousands, has achieved “the biggest sales we have ever had had,” said …

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Claims of a new ‘tropical ozone hole’ spark controversy

A scientist recently claimed he had discovered a gargantuan hole in the ozone layer that first appeared over the tropics in the 1980s but has gone unrecognized until now. However, upon publishing his research, the scientist was quickly criticized by experts who called his study deeply flawed. “I am surprised …

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11 writers vying for Nigeria Prize For Literature 2022 | The Guardian Nigeria News

The Nigerian Literature Prize Advisory Board on Friday released the longlist of 11 books drawn from 287 books vying for the poetry-focused 2022 edition of the prize. The 11 books in the long list, in alphabetical order by book title, are:Augusta Poodle by Ogaga Ifowodo; Coming Undone As Stitches Tighten …

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Electronic Literature (Digital Literature) Market Size, Scope and Forecast

New Jersey, United States – The Electronic Literature (Digital Literature) Market The research report aims to provide a quick overview of the overall industry performance and important new trends. Important information, as well as conclusions, latest key drivers and constraints, are also described here. A wide range of quantitative and …

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Hayat Mamud’s birthday observed

Literary magazine Nandik is organizing a program on Saturday to celebrate the 83rd birth anniversary of Professor Hayat Mamud at Pathak Samabesh Kendra in the capital’s Kataban. – Press release Literary magazine Nandik on Saturday celebrated the 83rd birth anniversary of famous essayist and poet Ekushey Padak, Professor Hayat Mamud, …

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In Burning Questions, Margaret Atwood is both provocative and optimistic

Margaret Atwood is one of the greatest writers of our time. The 82-year-old Canadian writer is surprisingly prolific, having produced more than 50 works of fiction, poetry and critical essays in his long career. Burning Questions is the result of Atwood’s reflections on a variety of topics from 2004 to …

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The Puritans Are Back: Have They Gone Already?

Many things influence human behavior, and I don’t claim to understand them all. I have had the most experience with the influence of the early New England Puritans on how Americans act and react to the world around them. Each year for more than four decades, I have taught a …

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When Janhvi Kapoor REVEALED she’s a fan of literature: It’s very therapeutic

Janhvi Kapoor is one of the leading Bollywood actresses. Although she may only have four movies, she has already proven herself to be an actress to watch. She made her directorial debut Shashank Khaitan’s ‘Dhadak’ in 2018 with Ishaan Khatter and with projects like ‘Gunjan Saxena: The Kargil Girl’ and …

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Low-dose volumetric modulated arc therapy for a patient with mycosis fungoides head and neck involvement: a case report with literature review

Mycosis fungoides (MF) is the most common type of cutaneous T-cell lymphoma that grows slowly over a period of years to decades. In some cases, lesions that spread to the scalp, neck, or facial skin can have a significant impact on the patient’s aesthetic appearance and quality of life. Among …

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Reclaiming Speech as a Stutterer ‹ Literary Hub

Everyone stutters from time to time, but only a few of us stutter. And those of us who stutter don’t always stutter, just like the rest of you don’t always speak perfectly. We all stutter when confessing our love, but never do so if we’re crying out in pain. The …

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5 Pieces of Literature We Want Mike Flanagan to Adapt

It’s no secret that horror fans have been spoiled in recent years as a filmmaker Mike Flanagan exploded onto the Netflix series scene with The Haunting of Hill House. The man responsible for elevating the TV side of the genre is behind film adaptations like Doctor Sleep and Gerald’s game. …

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Will the Booker lead to an increase in translations?

When the Indian author Geethanjali Shree sand tomb won the 2022 International Booker Prize, it not only became the first book written in an Indian language to win the coveted honor, but also the first novel translated from Hindi, in particular, to be recognized for the award. A commendable achievement …

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Edinburgh International Book Festival 2022: When is this year’s celebration of literature, where is it, who is appearing and how can I get tickets?

Festival patrons have announced more than 600 events for book lovers, featuring more than 550 authors, performers, musicians and thinkers from 50 countries. Here’s everything you need to know to attend the festival, whether in person or online. Register to our daily newsletter When is the party? This year, the …

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Children need more than this limited literary diet of white male authors | Books

Jeffrey Boakye is right that the stories we tell our children are the molds that shape their future values ​​(Why are English curriculum books still in the hands of white, straight men?, June 7) . Recent research from the End Sexism in Schools campaign has also established that children in …

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Remembering one of the giants of Malayalam children’s literature

Malayalis often tell how they grew up reading and enjoying fairy tales translated from German, English and Russian. The Russian language seems to have enjoyed the greatest popularity in most parts of India thanks to easy access to books from publishers such as Progress and Raduga. Unfortunately, many children missed …

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Recording India’s linguistic riches as leaders push Hindi as national language

(Saturday Profile) The task was gargantuan: bringing together a team of more than 3,500 language specialists, academics and enthusiastic amateurs to determine how many distinct languages ​​still exist in India, a country with linguistic diversity. Ganesh Narayan Devy has been obsessed with this question ever since, as a young literary …

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The Beilstein Handbook | Reviews | world of chemistry

For chemists of a certain age, the word “stacks” evokes twin sound and olfactory landscapes associated with walking through the narrow canyons of library shelves, flanked by multicolored volumes, to keep up with literature. For current reviews, you can browse the table of contents to see the latest news. But …

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Ian Rankin: ‘The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie is a perfect gem of a story’ | Books

My first memory of readingI read children’s comics voraciously from an early age, starting with Bimbo (four or five years old) and going through the Dandy and the Beano to the Victor and the Hotspur. Then there were the Sunday Post newspaper comic strips – Oor Wullie and the Broons. …

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Vermonter wins international award for translating contemporary Hindi literature

Geetanjali Shree, left, wrote ‘Tomb of Sand’ and Daisy Rockwell, right, translated it from Hindi. They shared £50,000 as winners of the 2022 International Booker Prize. Courtesy photo. How difficult was it for Bennington’s Daisy Rockwell to translate “Tomb of Sand”, Geetanjali Shree’s novel, from Hindi to English? “It’s really …

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Kolkata is set to host a sweets literature festival

The state of West Bengal is known for its fondness for sweets. Be it in any corner, one can always find a fulfilling and delicious candy in the state. But what if we tell you that the state capital, Kolkata, is set to host a sweets-themed literature festival? Yes, you …

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Cultural group celebrates five years promoting Yoruba ideals

A group, Atelewo Cultural Initiative, celebrated the fifth anniversary of promoting Yoruba language and culture on Wednesday. The group advocated the promotion of indigenous practices as a response to the myriad challenges and threats facing the preservation and survival of Yoruba culture and language. In a press release issued by …

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A Prospective Cohort Study of the Relationship Between Female Genital Mutilation and Birth Outcomes in Somalia | BMC Women’s Health

Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) is defined as the partial or complete removal of the external female genitalia for non-medical reasons such as social pressure, belief in ancestors, being an indicator of virginity before marriage, the belief that women’s libido decreases with FGM, and being influenced by other communities in the …

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Silver Knight Winner – CBS Miami

Neptune Peterson: Winner of the Silver KnightNeptune Peterson is dedicated to educating others about issues facing the trans community. Neptune is a recipient of the Silver Knight Award for English and Literature. 6 hours ago Inter Miami CF helps clean beaches, reveals New JerseyInter Miami CF said it was stepping …

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