Literature

How can we connect with children through the written word? : NPR

About the episode Jason Reynolds is an award-winning author and National Ambassador for Children’s Literature. This hour, Jason talks with Manoush about reaching children through stories that make them feel understood. About Jason Reynolds Jason Reynolds is a bestselling author and National Ambassador for Children’s Literature. He was recently appointed …

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The list of winners of the National Book Awards 2021: Poetry

This week, The New Yorker will announce the long lists for the 2021 National Book Awards. On Wednesday, we presented the Children’s Literature and Translated Literature lists. Check back this afternoon for Nonfiction. There is a moment in Forrest Gander’s poem “Post-Fire Forest,” published last spring in The New Yorker, …

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Leading Light: Exploring Culture, Justice

I have read many stories, not only as a student and professor of literature, but also as a literary editor and passionate. I have also participated in forums where literary works have been discussed and one thing has always stood out: it does not matter where you are from; or …

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NCP Deputy Dr Amol Kolhe

Bombay: Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj has become a national hero because of the welfare state he created for the ryots and Swarajya’s moral position, NCP MP Dr Amol Kolhe said. He was reacting to the statement made by Union Defense Minister Rajnath Singh that Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj became Rashtranayak due to …

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The impact of Covid-19 on the liver | The Daily Star

Since December 2019, the world is learning to adapt to a new normal and at the same time, new words are regularly introduced into our vocabulary. Since it is now well established that Covid-19 affects the liver in addition to the lungs, heart, kidneys, eyes, etc., we – hepatologists – …

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