Literature Newswire (Page 7)

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  1. Drinking Midnight Wine by Simon R. GreenRead the original story

    Oct 16, 2010 | SF Site

    Simon R. Green Simon R. Green was born in 1955 in Bradford-on-Avon, Wiltshire, England. He obtained an M.A. in Modern English and American Literature from Leicester University and he also studied history and has a combined Humanities degree.

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  2. Santa Monica College Kicks Off Fall Literary SeriesRead the original story

    Wednesday Sep 2 | The LookOut news

    ... a critical study of writer John Berger and two collections of essays. Dyer is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature and has been a Visiting Professor at the University of Iowa, Columbia University and University of Texas at Austin. His latest ...

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  3. Books vs. other entertainment: The real numbers for the Lilliputians to worry aboutRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 2 | TeleRead

    ... screen and now the coup de grA ce, the computer screen."But need the computer screen really be lethal to literature? Whether through cell phone book clubs or systematic distribution of paper books in pediatricians' offices, we can still save the ...

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  4. Watch This Prominent German Literary Critic Scrutinize Ikea's CatalogueRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 2 | TIME.com

    ... furniture firm, Karasek turns his faculties to the catalogue, treating it as if it's an attempted piece of literature. "It is a furnished novel," he says. "The characters are forced to crowd themselves between the furniture, they seldom get their ...

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  5. Trailblazing JaneRead the original story

    Wednesday Sep 2 | Bronte Blog

    ... down or cooperate with the oppressor. ( Sarah Seltzer ) More traditionally, The Irish Times discusses the English literature curriculum. This article from The Guardian also mentions the classics: Growing up, the books I read were littered with dead ...

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  6. "The Goodbye House" by Lawrence CoatesRead the original story

    Wednesday Sep 2 | Holtville Tribune

    San Jose, California - A fractured Silicon Valley family tries to navigate a changing world: "In The Goodbye House, the landscape is so keenly observed, and the emotions so deeply felt, one cannot help but be drawn into this complex family drama. Coates writes with clarity and grace, solidifying his place in the canon of great California literature."

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  7. Entanglement HolographyRead the original story

    Wednesday Sep 2 | CiteULike

    ... gives rise to a separate dynamical scalar field in dS. CiteULike organises scholarly (or academic) papers or literature and provides bibliographic (which means it makes bibliographies) for universities and higher education establishments. It helps ...

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  8. Packed programme for Dorchester ArtsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 2 | Dorsetecho.co.uk

    ... much as a range as we can." The range of theatre performances is just as varied, with two classics of screen and literature getting a reimagining during the programme. Performances are taking place primarily at the Corn Exchange but also at the ...

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  9. Sandra Hunter Recognized by Worldwide Branding for Excellence in WritingRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 1 | 24-7 Press Release

    ... writers, and teaching college students at the associate degree level in courses regarding creative writing, world literature, critical thinking and composition. She has had a love for writing from a very young age and has always been interested in ...

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  10. Brasch WordsIN a Pennsylvania Town, a Cold Shoulder for the Freezing HomelessRead the original story

    Tuesday Sep 1 | American Reporter

    Recently. as a requirement for a literature symposium. I was forced to read a number of "great" late 19th Century short stories, most of which were far from great, much less enjoyable.

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  11. The Best Books I Never Wrote: Lucy SussexRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 1 | Stuff.co.nz

    ... wit, bloody-minded characters, tight plots, and he never underrated his audience. Also some of the best cats in literature. I still read him and grin. A short, but one of the best science fiction tales ever. Tiptree was a former CIA agent and artist ...

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  12. New Novel 'Baby Snakes' Takes Readers into British RajRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 1 | PRWeb

    As a child, Demarest Campbell heard many stories of the British Raj . This, along with her voracious reading of classic literature, inspired her to write her own novel.

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  13. Stage Tube: Tada! Youth Theater and The New York Youth Symphony...Read the original story

    Tuesday Sep 1 | BroadwayWorld.com

    This weekend director Lear deBessonet and composer Todd Almond 's adaptaion of Homer's The Odyssey marks the third year the Public Theater's Public Works hits Central Park's Delacorte Theater with a brand new musical spectacular based on a classic piece of literature, mixing the talents of a handful of Equity actors with performing arts groups and community organizations from throughout New York's five boroughs. In part one of a three part series, BroadwayWorld provides video introductions for two of the groups who will be featured in cameo performances.

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  14. Greasepaint takes on Shakespeare's 'Much Ado'Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 1 | The Arizona Republic

    ... They understand what is universal and lasting about the plays. "Benedick is one of my favorite characters in literature, and to be able to put my own mark on him is pretty great for me," Stewart says. "He's kind of like me. He doesn't take anything ...

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  15. A Borrowed Identity: An Arab Learns to Pass as a JewRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 1 | Seattle Weekly

    Literature is full of doubles, twins-separated-at-birth, and doppelgA ngers. Though Eyad, born into a poor but happy family in the West Bank, has two brothers, he doesn't meet his symbolic twin until the late '80s, when he earns a slot at a prestigious Jerusalem boarding school.

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  16. Five writers vie for $60,000 Melbourne PrizeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 1 | The Age

    It doesn't quite have the clout of the Nobel Prize and the prize money falls short by more than $1.2 million, but, like the Nobel, the Melbourne Prize for Literature honours a writer's body of work. This year it has named five Victorian writers - Steven Carroll, Brenda Niall, Christos Tsiolkas, Chris Wallace-Crabbe and Alexis Wright - on a diverse shortlist for its $60,000 prize.

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  17. A Multigrid-like Technique for Power Grid AnalysisRead the original story

    Tuesday Sep 1 | CiteULike

    ... suitable for both de and transient analysis of power grids. CiteULike organises scholarly (or academic) papers or literature and provides bibliographic (which means it makes bibliographies) for universities and higher education establishments. It ...

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  18. Structured statistical models of inductive reasoning.Read the original story

    Tuesday Sep 1 | CiteULike

    ... explaining the power and flexibility of human reasoning. CiteULike organises scholarly (or academic) papers or literature and provides bibliographic (which means it makes bibliographies) for universities and higher education establishments. It helps ...

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  19. In New Neapolitan Novel, Fans Seek Clues About Mysterious Author's PastRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 1 | National Public Radio

    ... like the one where Ferrante's protagonists played as little girls. Polcari owns a bookstore devoted to women's literature, and formed an artist collective that creates work inspired by Ferrante's Neapolitan Novels series. She points out that the ...

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  20. Banning microaggressions isn't cure-allRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 1 | Daily Trojan

    ... Finn, a book that uses derogatory language toward black people. Offensive language is found in classic literature throughout history - because it wasn't always offensive, but now it is. It's important to discuss why that change happened, and we ...

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