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There's no doubt that public education has neglected World War I, with history teachers squeezing in a few lectures before launching into succeeding conflicts.
Do you value American lives more than foreign lives?
Could you pass a US citizenship test?
It was all started by Richard Cooper , a University of Kent graduate who was considering taking a creative writing course there.
Inspirational literature is literature that can change and transform a reader's life.
From Ben Franklin's " Poor Richard's Improved " to Sonia Sotomayor's " My Beloved World ," nearly 100 titles of fiction, nonfiction, plays and poetry begin the initial roll of Books that Shaped Work in America -a Centennial project of the U.S. Department of Labor in partnership with the Center for the Book in the Library of Congress .
Ah, the wingman. An important role not just in the world of dating and episodes of How I Met Your Mother , but also in the world of literature.
A middle-aged bachelor teaching English Literature at Oxford proposes to publish a children's fantasy: in most publishers' offices, it is a proposal destined for the wastepaper basket.
Human-read audiobooks are an ideal way for blind and visually impaired people to consume books and literature, but audiobooks are generally more expensive than print e-books.
A scene from "Rikyu ni Tazuneyo" featuring Sen no Rikyu , centre, at a tea ceremony.
Gareth L. Powell is a novelist based in Bristol, UK. He has written four novels and a collection of short stories.
The Longest Road by Philip Caputo is the 2014 Big Read Book for 10 of Chicago's west suburban public libraries.
In February 1963, author/illustrator Maurice Sendak told his editor, Ursula Nordstrom, he was working on a new picture book.
Beautifully photographed with impressive costuming and sets, "The Book Thief" makes Nazi Germany, World War II and the Holocaust much too pretty.
IT feels very far away," he says over a crackling phone line from Paris, where he has lived since 1987.
Aww, the holidays, the most wonderful time of the year. . .unless you're a Houston theater-lover like myself.
A struggling poet wanders around a city riddled with crime and ruin in a desperate attempt to find his missing wife.
Tell Me About the Author: Laini Taylor is the pink-haired, pixie-esque mastermind behind the bestselling Daughter of Smoke and Bone trilogy.
Kim Seong-kon, director of the Literature Translation Institute of Korea, poses prior to an interview with The Korea Herald in the LTI Korea Library in Seoul, on Nov. 26. Last month, the Literature Translation Institute of Korea published a five-volume series of English translations of classic Korean literature in collaboration with The Korea ... (more)