Literature

Burgess’ analysis of “A Clockwork Orange”

By Pamela Bedore, Ph.D., University of Connecticut The idea of ​​violent crime that Burgess introduced into A clockwork orange is extended in 1985. (Image: Nomad_Soul / Shutterstock) Assess A clockwork orange Part 1, which is called “1984”, is an informal and extremely insightful literary review of Orwell – his biography, …

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‘No Diving Allowed’, a melancholy reflection on life

Many lovers of literature hold that poetry is the highest form. Poetry is certainly the most economical and condensed literary genre. The poet creates sounds and images from words only, and in a few lines evokes memories, emotions and ideas. Authors of short fiction films have a similar task. Where …

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Ishmael Reed gets the last laugh

“The crows are gone,” said Ishmael Reed, explaining the songbird chorus. It was a beautiful spring day in Oakland, Calif., And I had just sat down with Reed, his wife, Carla Blank, and their daughter Tennessee in the family garden. The eighty-three-year-old writer looked like “Uncle Ish,” as he calls …

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Festschrift in honor of Denja Abdullahi

When beggars die, you don’t see comets; the heavens themselves are set ablaze for the death of princes. The world is a stage and the people in it are just players. If a child washes his hands, he can eat with kings and elders. These three aphorisms popularized by William …

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Bila Hudood, an online Arabic literature festival, transcends borders

Classical Arab writers and poets like Al-Mutanabbi could not have imagined that centuries later, writers would discuss their masterpieces live with an international audience. Thanks to technology, a global audience was recently able to access a recent Arab Literature Festival called “Bila Hudood: Arab Literature Everywhere”. Bila Hudood – the …

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“Precariousness and belonging” captures the ideas of a global debate on citizenship, migration and socio-economic mobility

An interdisciplinary group of leading academics from UC Santa Cruz has released a new book titled Insecurity & Belonging which culminates in more than five years of collaborative research and discussion around the themes of global migration, citizenship and marginalization. The project began in the spring of 2016, when professor …

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The Man Who Killed 2 Mass Blacks “Fueled By White Supremacy”

Picture: Schmidt_Alex (Shutterstock) Earlier this week, prosecutors in Suffolk County, Massachusetts released snippets of racist rhetoric written in newspapers by Nathan Allen, who murdered a black man and woman last month in Winthrop, Mass. According to WCVB News, Suffolk County District Attorney Rachael Rollins said Allen “wore a hatethed by …

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Beable ™ recognized by the SIIA as the best advanced educational solution for reading / writing / literature. The Beable Life-Ready Literacy® System deserves prestigious industry recognition.

On June 23, the Beable Life-Ready Literacy System was named the best advanced reading / writing / literature teaching solution at the SIIA CODiE Awards 2021. The prestigious CODiE Awards recognize companies producing the most innovative educational technology products through the country and the world. WASHINGTON , June 29, 2021 …

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Regional Analysis of Global Electronic Literature (Digital Literature) Market 2020 – Qidian, Yahoo_, Zongheng, Tencent, Amazon – The Courier

Global Electronic Literature (Digital Literature) Market 2020 by Company, Type and Application, Forecast to 2025 published by MarketsandResearch.biz contains a systematic assessment of the vital facets of the market. The report offers a better assessment of the existing and future situations of the global market. The report focuses on key …

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Harvest of pain

When the crescent was born It grows every night and it’s a full moon at fourteen you were a croissant my boy you fell at fourteen Living in conflict-sensitive areas breeds another kind of poetry – the poetry of distress – powerful enough to convey people’s collective traumatic experiences and …

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The Day’s in-person events calendar is filling up

June 19 – Last Wednesday we resumed our Trivia on Tap series, which had been on hold since early 2020. We had a full house at Tox Brewery in New London, where teams of trivia players with clever names like “Conundrum” and “4-D Mention” sampled craft beers and best answered …

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Writing: 100 years of Northern Irish literature

The island of Ireland has a worldwide reputation for its ability to tell stories – classic novels, original texts, modern tomes, plays, prose and poetry that have stood the test of time and continue to appear on the exam papers – and the Isolated North is no different. Seamus Heaney, …

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Sabbatical plans of the faculty for the academic year 2021-22

AMP no. 003 for his book project “Speculative Coolness”. Seventy Cal State Fullerton faculty members were granted sabbaticals for publishing and art creation, class research and development during the period from Spring 2021 to Fall 2022 Three other faculty members were granted leave of absence for the difference in salary …

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Ronald Egan elected to the American Philosophical Society

RONALD EGAN, the Confucius Institute Chair in Sinology at the School of Humanities, has been elected a Fellow of the American Philosophical Society (APS), the oldest learned society in the United States. Ronald Egan (Image credit: Ai Tran) “I was delighted with the news of course, especially because it is …

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American Jewish author Nicole Krauss wins literature award

Renowned American Jewish author Nicole Krauss received the Sami Rohr Inspiration Award for Fiction on Sunday, June 6. Accepting the award at the online Sami Rohr Prize for Jewish Literature ceremony, Krauss thanked the Rohr family and their institute for their “warm and generous encouragement.” Krauss, 46, is best known …

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Literature Review Software Market including Key Players Synthesis Research Inc, VERBI GmbH, QSR International Pty Ltd, Digital Scholarship (Zotero), Evernote

JCMR recently announced a market study that covers a comprehensive comprehensive study, including additional study on the market situation impacted by COVID-19 on Global Literature Review Software Market. The research article titled Global Literature Review Software Market provides very useful analysis and strategic assessment, including generic market trends, upcoming and …

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The best used bookstores in Vancouver

This article was written for Daily Hive by Callie Hitchcock. Vancouver’s second-hand bookstores offer a welcome respite for local literature buffs to get away from it all. To help you find your new favorite place, we’ve compiled a list of the best used bookstores in Vancouver. Paper dog Created by …

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Economic evaluations of breast cancer care in low- and middle-income countries: a scoping review – Erfani – – The Oncologist

Background Understanding the cost of providing breast cancer (BC) care in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) is essential to guide effective delivery strategies. This scoping review summarizes the scope of the literature on the costs of ML care in LMICs and characterizes the methodological approaches of these economic evaluations. Materials …

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Hercules Millas: Greek Laureate from Constantinople of the Turkish Literature Prize

A native Greek from Constantinople (Κωνσταντινούπολις, Turkish: Ä°stanbul), Hercules Millas, won the Orhan Kemal Literature Prize in Turkey. According to the jury’s announcement, Millas’s novel, which concerns a Greek family from Constantinople forced to leave Turkey, vividly and impressively recounts a problem that remains crucial today, that of coexistence. Millas, …

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Writer Paul Rudnick scores with royal and spiritual romance

Paul Rudnick wrote a romantic comedy with a royal twist. In “Playing the Palace,” the playwright, screenwriter and novelist has a witty and engaging book about two unlikely lovers: a Jewish man from New Jersey and the Crown Prince of England. “I’ve never written a romantic comedy like this,” says …

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Roundabout: Meet death with a trickle of poems

The boy Amritsar Gul Chauhan, who chose to make Chandigarh his home, is unique in the world of Punjabi literati. He carried the evergreen tree from his salad days throughout his life, writing around 10 books of verse and prose in his easy, unhurried way. Old friend, he shares none …

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Children’s Literature: Biblical Stories Told

A Snake, a Flood, a Hidden Baby: Bible Stories for Children written by Meir Shalev, illustrated by Emanuele Luzzati and translated into English by Ilana Kurshan; Kalaniot Books, 2021; ISBN 9780998-852799; 38 pages; $ 21.99. By Donald H. Harrison Donald H. Harrison SAN DIEGO – The stories of Genesis and …

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Serbian literature has always been queer, says new book

A new book challenges the idea that queerness in Serbia is a foreign concept, imposed on a traditional society by foreigners. Emerging europe speaks to its author, Igor PeriÅ¡ić. For many people, queer culture and the canon of Western Balkan national literature don’t quite go hand in hand. But a …

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Famous Urdu poet Tarannum Riyaz succumbs to COVID-19

Tarannum Riyaz (photo-Twitter) Famous Urdu poet and author Tarannum Riyaz died in a Delhi hospital on Thursday, battling COVID-19. Her husband, Riyaz Punjabi, a former vice-chancellor of the University of Kashmir, died in the city last month. She had tested positive for COVID-19 and had been put on a ventilator …

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Make translated books extra seen

This give attention to literary translation and the interpretation ebook market stems from the current publication of a set of brief tales by Maltese author Trevor Zahra which I translated into English with the help of a grant from the Malta Arts Council and which was printed by Merlin Publishers …

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