Literature

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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Gala Stern, retired UMBC language and literature professor who fled the Nazis during WWII, dies – Baltimore Sun

Gala Stern, a retired professor of French and Russian languages ​​and literature at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, who spent World War II fleeing the Nazis, died of complications from COVID-19 on 17 May at Sinai Hospital. The Pikesville resident was 89. “We had a pretty forward-thinking department,” said …

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Gangtok Hosts Literary Symposium on “Globalization of Nepalese Literature”

Sujal Pradhan, NET Correspondent, Sikkim A literary symposium on “The Globalization of Nepalese Literature” was held today at the Nepali Sahitya Parishad, Gangtok. Minister of Information and Public Relations and Department of Printing and Stationery, Lok Nath Sharma graced the occasion as the chief guest. Organized by the International Nepali …

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Maia Kobabe on the debate over banned books: “The best interest of young people is to be seen in literature”

Maya Kobabe’s graphic memoir, “Gender Queer: A Memoir,” was originally published in 2019 but has recently been at the center of a national conversation about banned books. Their first book was named the top banned book of 2021 by the American Library Association. The association said the book was, in …

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Senior profile: Claudia Guetta reflects on her involvement with TUPIT

Going to prison — as a class — ended up being a life-changing experience for Claudia Guetta. Before Guetta set foot in a prison, she grew up in Westport, Connecticut with two older sisters. From an early age, his interests ranged from playing musical instruments to baking with his father, …

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CELT Celebrates Outstanding SBU Educators |

Each year, the Center of Excellence in Learning and Teaching (CELT) recognizes the efforts of Stony Brook educators who use exceptional teaching practices, dispositions, and skills. Additionally, these instructors demonstrate an exceptional passion for teaching, a personal concern for students, and a dedication to inspiring and nurturing their students’ desire …

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Notice to students: read the big names in Northern Irish literature. Then watch Derry Girls | Caroline Magennis

I teach a module on Northern Irish literature called Alternative Ulster, which covers all the texts you would expect, from the poetry of Seamus Heaney, Medbh McGuckian and Ciaran Carson and the fiction of Bernard MacLaverty to more recent writings such as the anthology Queering the Green by Paul Maddern …

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Where is Waldo of eternal damnation

Where is Waldo of eternal damnation Hell’s Butt Song One section of Hieronymus Bosch’s massive triptych, The Garden of Earthly Delights, depicts a hellish chorus singing a song painted on the buttocks of a sinner. -io9 i. Of course Jesus is there in the garden already looking into the distance …

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How the West discovered the Buddha through literature

Buddhism is the third largest (and fastest growing) religion in Australia with around half a million adherents. The celebration of Buddha’s birthday here (on or around May 15) has become a major cultural event, and the Buddhist doctrine of “mindfulness” has become part of mainstream culture. But how and when …

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Hierarchical network analysis of co-occurring bioentities in the literature

ChexMix was designed for the extraction of hierarchical and topological information related to bioentities. Therefore, ChexMix extracts the bioentities that coexist with the queried keywords in PubMed and encodes them into unique identifiers indexing their associated information. The combination of a hierarchical representation with a mapping of bioentities with identifiers …

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From the community | Measure I (know I can)

Antonio Lopez is a city councilor for East Palo Alto. From 1999 to 2008, he attended Ravenswood Edison Brentwood Elementary and Ronald McNair Middle School. He is currently completing his second year of doctoral studies. in Modern Thought and Literature at Stanford. I still remember the smell of gunpowder – …

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French LitFest 2022 and the city for all? exhibition held in Delhi

Hello India, the French LitFest 2022 and the City for all? exhibition was recently held in Delhi at Bikaner House on May 7-8. During the exhibition, visitors took an organized walk, participated in an inauguration, participated in an open microphone session, interacted with the city for all? and participated in …

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The literary discussion gives the floor to former prisoners

The tough-guy mentality that dominates politics today is an alarming backlash against the criminal justice and prison reform movement. It’s now fashionable for politicians to proclaim, just lock them up and bury the key. Yet numerous studies show that incarceration is costly and ineffective. Prison hardens criminals, and most will …

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Here are 7 lesser-known facts about him

First published May 6, 2022 at 9:37 am IST Rabindranath Tagore is a well known poet and prolific writer whose works include poetry, short stories and plays. He was also the first Indian to win a Nobel Prize in Literature, as well as a novelist who wrote and composed a …

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President Kovind calls for promotion and growth of Bodo language and literature

President Ram Nath Kovind on Wednesday urged the government of Assam to make every possible effort for the promotion and growth of the Bodo language and literature. Addressing the 61st Bodo Sahitya Sabha (BSS) Annual Conference, he said he had played an important role in ensuring that …

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LGBTQ+ representation in literature – Pramukhi Vadrevu Newstead Wood

The 20th century saw an increase in young adult books with LGBTQ representation, with many YA novels like The Song of Achilles and The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo. The rise of YA books featuring LGBTQ+ characters has grown tremendously in recent years as reader demand for more diversity increases. …

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Emirates News Agency – Sheikh Zayed Book Award to collaborate with SOAS University of London to boost cultural dialogue

ABU DHABI, 28th April, 2022 (WAM) — The Sheikh Zayed Book Prize (SZBA) at the Arabic Language Center Abu Dhabi (ALC), part of the Department of Culture and Tourism – Abu Dhabi (DCT Abu Dhabi ), is set to collaborate with the University of London’s School of Oriental and African …

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Lots of literature to love in Clunes

As the page turns from April to May this weekend, Clunes Booktown will return, celebrating writing, reading, publishing, selling books and sharing knowledge. The historic town’s annual literary festival will run from Saturday April 30 to Sunday May 1, closing Fraser Street for a large outdoor book bazaar and a …

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The bookseller – News – Pezuashvili wins the European Union Prize for Literature

The European Union Prize for Literature (EUPL) has named Iva Pezuashvili from Georgia as this year’s big winner. FFive special mentions include Tadhg Mac Dhonnagáin from Ireland and Eugenia Kuznetsova from Ukraine. The prize recognizes emerging fiction writers from across the European Union and beyond and celebrates 41 “outstanding new …

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Spiddal-based writer receives special mention at EU literary awards

The novel MADAME LAZARE by Tadhg Mac Dhonnagáin, a writer based at Sp Idéal, received a “special mention” from the European Union literature prize. The novel, published by Connemara’s Barzaz, was one of 14 shortlisted titles from across Europe at a ceremony in Paris on Friday. It is the first …

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Philip Beidler, longtime Alabama professor whose experience in Vietnam influenced his writing, dies at 77

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (WIAT) – Philip D. Beidler, longtime professor of English at the University of Alabama whose own experience of the Vietnam War served as the focus of several books on literature and art of the time, died Wednesday. He was 77 years old. Beidler, known as “Phil” to those …

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News desk | ILLINOIS

CHAMPAIGN, Ill. – ‘Rare Stuff’, Brett Ashley Kaplan’s debut novel, tells the story of a girl searching for answers to her mother’s disappearance, as well as a magical realism tale of Yiddish-speaking whales trying to rescue the planet. The subjects of the novel may seem far removed from the scholarly …

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ArtSci Roundup: School of Art + Art History + Graduation Design Exhibits, A Conversation with Representative Adam Smith on US National Security Challenges, and more

arts and entertainment April 14, 2022 Through public events and exhibits, connect with the UW community every week! Intertwined like a word and its meaning: Reflections on Fifty Years of Sanskrit Studies April 20, 7:00 p.m. | In line Emeritus Professor Richard Salomon (Department of Asian Languages ​​and Literatures, UW) …

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‘Checkout 19’ Review: Why We Need Stories to Live | Arts

“When all is illuminated and the shadows have been cleared, where does the creature within go and what becomes of its need to daydream?” writes Claire-Louise Bennett in her latest book. Part self-fiction by a young writer, part philosophical encounter with the inherent and misinterpreted darkness of humanity, and part …

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Skagway’s North Words Writers’ Symposium Announces Summer Lineup | KHNS Radio

North words work in Dyea. (Photo courtesy of Jeff Brady) The North Words Writers Symposium in Skagway has announced its return this summer after two years of pandemic-related closures. It will be a four-day event featuring Heather Lende of Haines, the current Alaskan Writer Award-winning. Other top regional writers will …

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Travel and Destinations • The Nob Hill Gazette

John Markoff. John Markoff’s new book describes Stewart Brand’s unique contributions to California culture. “He lit a spark,” veteran tech author John Markoff said about Brand Stewart. The tireless entrepreneur, best known for launching The Whole Earth Catalog in 1968, has also been at the center of countercultural movements for …

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An eight-foot pencil returned to the Galway Literature Festival after it was stolen last night

Content copyright © Journal Media Ltd. 2022 Registered in Dublin, Registration Number: 483623. Registered Office: 3rd Floor, Latin Hall, Golden Lane, Dublin 8. TheJournal.ie supports the work of the Press Council of Ireland and the Office of the Press Ombudsman, and our staff operate within the Code of Practice. You …

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Literature and economics: role of market organizations

Intuitively, the link between literature and economics is not expressly apparent. Following an analysis of the two disciplines, my assertion is that these two fields are inextricably linked. Literature serves as a reflection of a nation’s economic status and that it is the engine of economic progress. Historically and currently, …

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Actor Johnny Flynn and writer Robert Macfarlane bring music inspired by ancient literature to Cambridge

A new musical experience bringing together the shining lights of fame and world literary history is coming to Cambridge. Johnny Flynn and Robert Macfarlane are scheduled to play Cambridge Corn Exchange later this month. The duo have teamed up to produce a stunning album, Lost in the Cedar Wood, and …

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Critical Race Theory, Biased Political Literature, and Human-Sized Litter Boxes – Isthmus

U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wisconsin) doesn’t spend much time in Madison, but he made a rare appearance Friday to hear from parents about issues that appear to be at the top of the Republican agenda. These are, according to a press release, “COVID-19 masking practices, critical race theory, gender identity …

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Author, Joyce Scholar and pioneer library director Thomas F. Staley dies at 86

AUSTIN, Texas — Thomas F. Staley, author, professor emeritus and director for 25 years of the Harry Ransom Center at the University of Texas at Austin, died March 29. He was 86 years old. Under his direction from the Ransom Center, over 100 author archives have been acquired, including articles …

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Nobel laureate Abdulrazak Gurnah on exile and literature

Born in 1948 in Zanzibar, Tanzania, Abdulrazak GurnahThe diverted life course of is reflected in his novels, in stories full of nostalgia, poetry and desire for change that oscillate between countries, continents and identities. His semi-autobiographical novels chronicle Tanzania’s struggle for independence, the rise of Tanzanian President Julius Nyerere, a …

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Prasoon Joshi on the importance of having literary events: there are voices that are underrepresented | Hindi Movie News

Prasoon Joshi, CBFC President, poet, author and lyricist, was one of the long-listed judges of the prestigious Women AutHer Awards 2022. During the event, the renowned artist and writer spoke about the importance of female authors and the need for diverse storytelling. Being one of the jury members, Prasoon expressed …

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Dutch publisher releases Anne Frank betrayal book amid criticism

The publisher of a controversial new work on Anne Frank is releasing the book after a group of Dutch historians published an in-depth critique of their ‘most likely scenario’ of who betrayed the Jewish teenager and her family in Amsterdam under German occupation during World War II. Meanwhile, the American …

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University of Minnesota Duluth ‘co-conspirators’ target racist literature – Reuters

DULUTH — Some staff and faculty at the University of Minnesota at Duluth — self-proclaimed “co-conspirators” — aim to strip libraries of racist portrayal in children’s books with the help of students. The Anti-Racism Literary Advisory Council, also known as “A-LAB,” was established by UMD Elementary Education Assistant Professor Suki …

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Translations expanded the idea of ​​literature in English: Arunava Sinha

By Sukant Deepak New Delhi, March 20 (IANS): While the past decade has seen an increasing number of translations from various Indian languages ​​into English, many of which have won major awards, Arunava Sinha, one of India’s most eminent translators, believes this has allowed readers to hear unique voices …

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Saint Patrick’s Day 2022: 10 reasons to discover Irish literature

By Lena Hunter You don’t have to drink ten pints at your local Irish bar to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. You can just stay inside and read a book while awakening a wave of national pride as you acquaint yourself with this selection of ten essential literary personalities from the …

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The Jaipur Literature Festival will debut at Soneva Fushi in the Maldives in May; Check details here

For the first time ever, the Jaipur Literature Festival will make its global debut at Soneva Fushi in the Maldives in May. Featuring a spectacular line-up of world-renowned authors, thinkers and cultural leaders, this show kicks off May 13 and ends May 22. Celebrating art, literature and beyond, this 10-day …

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Search mutual fund quotes, news, net asset values Tata Engines INE155A01022, TATA MOTORS, 500570 ICICI Bank INE090A01021, ICICIBANK, 532174 Addiction INE002A01018, TRUST, 500325 CDS INE467B01029, SDC, 532540 One 97 PayTM INE982J01020, PAYTM, 543396 …

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For 37 years, these seven Sonoma County women met to talk about books and life

“I love the submarine metaphor,” Pam Devlin said while having lunch at a long glass table with six other people in a Santa Rosa home. “Oh, I really liked that!” Wanda Burzycki responded. “How’s life, Cathy?” asked Joan McCue. “Full of babies!” The 37-year-old’s monthly book club meeting was buzzing …

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Books against the bombs: How Ukrainians are using literature to fight back | Books

II’ve lived in Kyiv since Russia annexed Crimea in 2014 – and now I’m an internally displaced person again. After a Russian military plane was shot down outside my windows, my family and I were evacuated to a safer location in Lviv, western Ukraine. As editor of the Zaborona media, …

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Naseeruddin Shah makes surprise virtual appearance at Karachi Literature Festival

Naseeruddin Shah spoke about his acting journey during a session at Karachi Literature Festival 2022 Naseeruddin Shah treated fans to a virtual appearance at the Karachi Literature Festival, where he discussed his transition from commercial to parallel cinema, his inspirations and his connection with Mirza Ghalib. Shedding light on how …

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Charlotte author aims to increase diversity in children’s literature

“Dear Little Brown Girl” shares a mother’s life lessons and wisdom and reminds little girls that they are beautiful, smart and dignified. CHARLOTTE, NC — A Charlotte woman is on a mission to become a children’s book author and add more diversity to children’s literature. Jenelle Dunn has written a …

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Electronic Literature (Digital Literature) Market Outlook 2029

New Jersey, United States,- This illustration Electronic Literature (Digital Literature) Market The research report outlines several crucial topics such as market drivers, restraints, latest market trends, key pricing structure, customer buying behavior, and market size. It follows a systematic research procedure to provide accurate valuations as well as market growth …

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NetNewsLedger – Novels, Poems, Plays

Literature study can feel a bit old-fashioned today when online media emphasizes short, engaging content. What does an in-depth analysis of novels, plays and poems mean for a human being living in the modern world? Literature courses generally focus on reading and analyzing several texts over the course of a …

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Review: Pandemic Literature in Real Time | Book reviews and short stories

HAMILTON CAIN Star Tribune “Our Friends of the Country” by Gary Shteyngart; Random House, 336 pages, $28. Here it is: the cutting edge of the literature on the pandemic. Last year, in a superhuman feat, Scottish author Ali Smith delivered ‘Summer’, the brilliant final installment of his seasonal quartet, written …

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New book about bushranger Ned Kelly wins praise from Victoria police chief

The book claims that Constable Alexander Fitzpatrick did not assault Ned’s sister Kate at the Kelly home in Greta in April 1878. Dr Dufty believes the allegation originated in a ‘trash’ article by a Melbourne newspaper. Dr Dufty says a witness, Kelly ‘Brickey’ Williamson’s associate, agreed with Fitzpatrick that the …

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One Book Two Books Festival

Attention young bookworms, aspiring novelists, and student storytellers, the UNESCO City of Literature Iowa City’s annual One Book Two Book Children’s Literature Festival returns Saturday and Sunday. Ice skating with the Iowa Heartlanders and events at Sidekick Coffee & Books are just part of what’s planned for the festival. Between …

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Classic feminist literature your GE class won’t cover

Zoe Denton is an English sophomore and the opinions expressed in this article do not necessarily reflect those of Mustang News. Virginia Woolf, Silvia Plath, The Bronte Sisters and Emily Dickison – I hope you’ve heard of them, but I wouldn’t be surprised if you haven’t read any of their …

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Argentinian literature woos the heart but sometimes taxes the mind

Argentina and China are in different hemispheres and sit on opposite sides of the globe, but the two nations still share a cultural affinity. Straddling the divide is translator Lou Yu, a researcher at the Institute of Latin American Studies and the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, and an honorary …

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How literature helped me cope with platonic and romantic breakups

This content contains affiliate links. When you purchase through these links, we may earn an affiliate commission. Being sad about breakups, romantic or otherwise, is one of the many indignities of living and loving. To love someone is to know how to tell their story. And when you finally do, …

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Jewish students studying black playwrights – The Forward

McMinn County, Tennessee, recently banned its colleges from reading Art Spiegelman’s graphic novel “Maus,” a work that for decades has powerfully introduced young readers to the realities of the Holocaust. Shortly after, residents of nearby Mount Juliet staged a mass book burning, in which they threw copies of “Harry Potter” …

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Folk Tales – Traditional Literature is Must Read

Folk tales are stories that originated from the lives and imaginations of people or people. These stories are enjoyed by children around the age of three and up. Some people use the terms folk tale and fairy tale interchangeably. You may find that some of these tales do not contain …

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Reading a Book Today: To All the Literature I’ve Loved Before

Bonnie-Sue Hitchcock’s book “The Smell of Other People’s Homes”, due to its beautiful and fascinating portrayal of Alaska in the 1970s, inspires readers to dive deep into the state’s history. (Photo courtesy of Creative Commons) I guess you could say love is in the air. Rihanna nearly broke the internet …

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Illuminating Illinois’ Triumphs and Difficulties Through Literature

Several years ago, the staff of the Paul Simon Public Policy Institute was planning our Renewing Illinois Summit for university and college students, and we wanted to offer them some reading suggestions about Illinois. I checked my shelves at the institute and noted the titles of various books on state …

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Hesburgh Lecture 2022 tackles intersectionality and colonialism through the lens of British literature // The Observer

Author and attorney Bernardine Evaristo delivered the 2022 Hesburgh Lecture on Ethics and Public Policy on Monday. the annual Hesburgh conference on ethics and public policy was established in 1995 by the Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies to honor the mission of the Reverend Theodore M. Hesburgh, CSC, President …

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Virtual Event Lesbian Literature 2022

The Gulfport Library LGBTQ Resource Center in Gulfport, Florida presents the 5th Annual ReadOut 2022: A Lesbian Literature Festival to be held virtually February 18-20 via Zoom. ReadOut 2022 is a unique hybrid of live-streamed interactive panels (Pods), pre-recorded reads (Pearls) with chat opportunities between sessions. The festival will demonstrate …

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Interview with André Bagoo

ILYA KAMINSKY describes the work of André Bagoo Essay Collection 2020, The unknown country, winner of the OCM Bocas Prize for Caribbean Nonfiction, as a “manifesto, a literary criticism, a personal chronicle of literary life, a book of days, a stage” where writers and artists and men who sell double …

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Let Me Google That For You: A Recent Opinion from the Central District of Illinois Highlights the Limitations of Google Search by Expert Witnesses Under Rule 702 and Daubert | Faegre Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP

While we all rely on Google or other Internet search engines to quickly find and absorb information these days, a recent decision in the Central District of Illinois highlights the problems of expert witnesses who rely on internet research as a methodology. See Sherman v. BNSF Railway Co., Case No. …

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Fashion brand Happa delves into Minangkabau literature and culture

Indonesian fashion brand Happa is a fun and fabulous brand whose underlying mission is to support traditional Indonesian textile workers, the majority of whom are struggling, and also to create a positive space for women for women of all sizes, shapes and ages. Founded by Mel Ahyar and Andien Aisyah, …

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BOOKS: Small-town intrigue fuels a new mystery | Books & Literature

Jane Ammeson Times correspondent The story of an ever-increasing scrutiny of emails, letters and documents by two young lawyers at the behest of their supervisor, “The Appeal” tells the story of a small-town fundraising appeal for a little girl’s life-saving cancer treatment and all the machinations that go with it. …

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Former UM president Schlissel offered teaching and research slots

Fired University of Michigan president Mark Schlissel could be in a college classroom next fall, according to letters obtained by the Free Press. This is part of a plan that would see him become a member of the university’s faculty. The offer is outlined in letters sent to Schlissel on …

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Holocaust heroes in children’s literature. The stories at the tree house

Arezzo January 26, 2022 – If two 15-year-old girls can attack a 12-year-old boy because he is Jewish, then the children are perfectly capable of understanding what the Holocaust was. Unfortunately, the very serious episode of Venturina obliges more than ever to celebrate Remembrance Day. And the initiative of the …

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