Literature

Josefa contributes to the development of children’s literature in the Pacific

The feeling of seeing his illustrations published and knowing that he was helping educate the young minds of the Pacific inspired Jo to continue his journey as an illustrator. Josefa Uluinaceva, or Jo as he is affectionately known, has been instrumental in the development of children’s literature in the Pacific …

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“Much of the English music I sang was inspired by the Hindustani classic”: Amit Chaudhuri

Was the release of your latest album, Seventeen, around the same time as your book, Finding the Raga: An Improvisation on Indian Music, a conscious decision? No, it just happened. Adam Moore, who plays guitar with me when I play in England, has mastered the songs to reduce some of …

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students invited to participate in Letters About Literature Texas competition | New

The Texas Center for the Book has launched the 2021-2022 Letters About Literature Texas competition, a program that invites students to respond to authors of books or poetry who have touched their lives. The competition is open to Texas students in grades 4 through 12. Students, educators, and families are …

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Ranking Board Book Adaptations of PRIDE & PREJUDICE

This content contains affiliate links. When you buy through these links, we may earn an affiliate commission. It is a universally recognized truth that a little baby with chubby fingers must need a hardback book. Little known as the feelings or opinions of such a baby are when they first …

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2006 Pamuk, Nobel Prize winner, questioned for insulting a leader | WGN 720 radio

Posted: November 15, 2021 / 7:55 AM CST / Update: November 15, 2021 / 7:55 AM CST ANKARA, Turkey (AP) – The Swedish Academy which chooses Nobel Prize winners for literature said on Monday it was following the case against Turkish Nobel Prize winner Orhan Pamuk, which is under investigation …

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Omar El Akkad wins Canadian Literature Award

TORONTO (AP) – Egyptian-Canadian author and journalist Omar El Akkad, who wrote about the global refugee crisis through the eyes of a child, has won Canada’s richest literary award. El Akkad won the Scotiabank Giller Award for his book “What Strange Paradise” on Monday night. The former Globe and Mail …

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The influence of the perfect teacher

November 3, 2021 One gem among many, the Mary Kay Varley Collection is accessible to TCU students and faculty from disciplines across campus for research and other academic pursuits. A teacher’s love for children’s literature grew into a vast collection of personal books, which made its way to a permanent …

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