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2 hrs ago | The Day

New images of well-known classics

The club of illustrators "Pictoric" created a series of unusual posters, "Outstanding writers of Ukraine."

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6 hrs ago | Al Bawaba

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Author Dinaw Mengestu, a rising star of African literature, will be discussing his latest critically acclaimed fictional novel on the school's Education City campus at a public book reading on Tuesday, September 2 at 6:00pm.

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Related Topix: Arts, Georgetown (Washington, DC), Georgetown University, World News, Qatar, Middle East

6 hrs ago | CU Independent

Opinion: Boycott the book store

Most returning students already know this, and choose to buy their books from outside vendors.

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Mon Sep 01, 2014

CiteULike

How to Measure Magnetic Flux with a Single Position Measurement?

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The Chronicle Herald

Seafarers' Requiem sounds on South Shore

Mary Knickle's tribute to those who work on the ocean and their families, The Seafarers' Requiem, will be performed at two concerts on the South Shore to coincide with the fishermen's memorial service.

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USA Today

Stine's timeless scares coming to a screen near you

Stine's timeless scares coming to a screen near you A 'Goosebumps' movie hits theaters next year, and 'Mostly Ghostly' arrives on home video Tuesday.

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CiteULike

On Zurek's derivation of the Born rule

Foundations of Physics , Vol. 35, No. 2. , pp. 197-213, doi:10.1007/s10701-004-1941-6 To insert individual citation into a bibliography in a word-processor, select your preferred citation style below and drag-and-drop it into the document.

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Philly.com

The perils of prophesying in Princeton

Edmund Keeley is a well-known scholar of Greek literature, so pay attention when he names one of his protagonists Cassandra, and don't be surprised when people either don't hear what she's saying or misconstrue her words.

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NorthJersey.com

Doblin: To Tom and Angela, two great teachers

FOR MOST school-age kids, this is the first week of classes. It has been a long time since I was in school.

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Sun Aug 31, 2014

CiteULike

Automated Hypothesis Generation Based on Mining Scientific Literature

In Proceedings of the 20th ACM SIGKDD International Conference on Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining , pp.

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In-depth Africa

Manyimbiri exposes the DNA of corruption

Stanely Mushava Literature Today Book: Tamba iri Kurira Author: Felix Manyimbiri Publisher: Mambo Press Felix Manyimbiri's latest offering, "Tamba Iri Kurira," is a penetrating expose into the nether thoroughfares of corruption, crime and decadence which a growing segment of society is frequenting in the quest for riches.

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Safari Books Online

The Economics of Science: A Critical Realist Overview

Dramatic and controversial changes in the funding of science over the past two decades, towards its increasing commercialization, have stimulated a huge literature trying to set out an "economics of science".

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The Daily Star

Shirshendu captivates fans in Chittagong

Through his spell with words, Shirshendu Mukhopadhyay, one of the most popular writers of Bangladesh and West Bengal , India, captivated his readers and fans who gathered at a bookshop in Chittagong city on Saturday evening, to listen to their favourite writer.

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Hindustan Times

For the love of a good book How Delhi queued up at its 20th fair

Though she is hardly able to crane her neck enough to read all the titles of the books stacked up at a stall at the Delhi Book Fair, seven-year-old Trishani manages to get her hands on one of the pop-up books.

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Asia News Network

An English education

At a time when India is grappling with reforms to universalise education and exorcise the ghosts of colonialism that continue to haunt the education system, Britain is ridden with its own share of problems.

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Sat Aug 30, 2014

Asopa People

SWA continues its mission for Simbu literary excellence

RURAL schools in the rugged and remote north-west of Simbu Province have been visited by Francis Nii, Arnold Mundua, Mathias Kin and Jimmy Awagl to promote literature among early age school children.

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St. Petersburg Times

Review: Mitchell's 'Bone Clocks' a fantastic journey through time

If you're looking for a writer who can do any style or genre, then David Mitchell fits the bill.

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National Public Radio

Travelling Books: Vintage Van Carries Literature Around Lisbon

Francisco Antolin, the driver and co-founder of Tell A Story, speaks to a couple of Danish tourists who purchased some books from his mobile bookstore.

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New Statesman

Funny, defiant and furious: the tangled tale of two sisters

"It was my father and my sister who constantly beseeched my mother and me to read more, to find succour for life in books, to soothe our aches and pains with words and more words," remarks Yolandi Von Riesen, the narrator of Miriam Toews's new novel, in which the ability of literature to act as an antidote to despair is tested to the limit.

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The Washington Post

a The Givera to a The Great Gatsbya : How the movie adaptations stack up to the books that inspired them

During a panel moderated by The Washington Post's film critic Anne Hornaday - Great Books to Great Movies on Saturday, Aug. 30 at 8 p.m. during the National Book Festival - authors E.L. Doctorow, Alice McDermott, Paul Auster and Lisa See, whose books were made into movies, will discuss and present in a multimedia exhibit clips from films based on ... (more)

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