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Joe Paullemail@example.comAn article printed about the Columbus Woman's Reading Club's 50th anniversary printed in a 1938 Ledger-Enquirer newpsaper.
Should America ever negotiate with terrorists?
Should all gun buyers receive a background check?
4 hrs ago | Statesboro Herald
Clarion Books has published "Cy in Chains," a book about the continued mistreatment of African-Americans in the post-Civil War South, by David L. Dudley, a professor of English and the chairman of the university's Department of Literature and Philosophy.
9 hrs ago | USA Today
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13 hrs ago | Cleveland Daily Banner
"Ancora imparo." Those are the words on a small plaque located on the bookshelf in the office of Cleveland State Humanities Dean Fred Wood.
17 hrs ago | Outside the Beltway
Top Row : George Washington Carver; Sergei Rachmaninoff; Shaul Tchernichovsky Middle Row : Sophie Taeuber-Arp; Nikola Tesla; Kostis Palamas; Max Wertheimer Bottom Row : Simone Weil; Chaim Soutine; Fats Waller; Beatrix Potter [Artwork and caption from http://publicdomainreview.org ] With the turn of each new year, depending on where you live, a ... (more)
At right, Esmeralda Romero, 14, skypes with Dale Comstock from Hong Kong. This Fresno High class has a Common Core lesson that studies Homer's Odysseus.
The prisoner was reading Booky Wook 2 , the second part of the British comedian's memoirs.
Do you sometimes dream of building your own Hobbit house ? How about a mansion modeled after the Secret Garden? NeoMam Studios recently produced a new infographic for Terrys Fabrics that provides detailed floor plans for 9 homes from classic literature.
Barry Kitterman, Austin Peay State University professor of creative writing, has been awarded a prestigious Creative Writing Fellowship in fiction from the National Endowment of the Arts.
Any people is known by and knows itself through its stories. In addition to the true story of its existence-its history-there are stories that technically never happened.
Mike Wornom and Phil Bramlett are fishing and hunting guides on Lake Texoma. They have over 20 years of experience between them.
Caribbean literature will be in the local spotlight when poet and critic Margaret D. Gill launches, Rich Man in His Castle, Poor Ones Take the Street: Integrating the 'Canonical' Text & Popular Culture at the 3Ws Pavilion of the Cave Hill Campus on Tuesday 17 December at 6:30 pm.
That was the subject line of an email blast that landed in my inbox recently from a major online retailer as it announced it was "bringing their Black Friday deals back to life."
A hundred years ago, Ezra Pound wrote a letter to the struggling and largely unpublished James Joyce offering to help him-and set in motion a literary revolution.
The Journal wants you to help decorate our Christmas Eve edition with pictures of your favourite ornament and the story that goes with it.
Syrian novelist Khaled Khalifa's account of his native Aleppo's descent into violence under Bashar el-Assad's regime won this year's prestigious Naguib Mahfouz Medal for Literature for its depiction of one family's dreams crushed by a dictatorship.