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AULD REEKIE; Historical novelist mum and daughter create perfumes based on how women used to smell 300 years ago. Jul 10, 2018 360
Veronique Tadjo: Is there hope beyond the divisions in contemporary Africa? Snyman, Elisabeth Critical essay Jul 8, 2018 4766
Images of woman and her search for happiness in Cynthia Jele's Happiness is a four-letter word. Makombe, Rodwell Critical essay Jul 8, 2018 5923
Representation of racial and sexual 'others' in Afrikaans popular romantic fiction by Sophia Kapp. Vitackova, Martina Essay Jul 8, 2018 5696
Social media attracted more people into reading -- novelist Al-Sanousi. Jul 3, 2018 165
Reading books grew in Kuwait within 5 years -- Kuwaiti novelist. Jul 2, 2018 160
A Mystical Experience Coming to NYC This August; "Huldra," an Original Play by Novelist & Filmmaker Babak Parsiyan. Jun 28, 2018 426
FaceOf: Samar Al-Mogren, journalist, writer and novelist. Jun 24, 2018 304
Korean novelist Pak Kyong-ni statue erected in St. Petersburg. Jun 21, 2018 355
EL MONOLOGO DE PHILIP ROTH: Una mirada a ... "... la autobiografia de un novelista". Zama, Patricia Jun 3, 2018 585
"Newark's Just a Black Colony": Race in Philip Roth's American Pastoral. Hwang, Jung-Suk Jun 1, 2018 12261
Cambio de genero literario en las adaptaciones de "El curioso impertinente" de Cervantes en la Restauracion inglesa. Figueroa Dorrego, Jorge Critical essay Jun 1, 2018 7691
Ruth's first play will be at festival; Actor, screenwriter and novelist Ruth Jones has penned her first ever play for The Other Room's Young Artists Festival. Jun 1, 2018 441
New plays make debut at Other Room festival; Actor, screenwriter and novelist Ruth Jones has penned her first ever play for Cardiff pub theatre The Other Room's Young Artists Festival. We find out what it's about... Jun 1, 2018 402
Homeland security: White House thrillers have been a staple of the suspense genre for decades, and many films and television projects have added to their number. But none have done so with an actual president doing the writing. Neel, Roy Cover story Jun 1, 2018 1139
For the love of trees. Cary, Alice Interview Jun 1, 2018 919
Native in the city. Mudge, Alden Interview Jun 1, 2018 983
Reality looks very different today: David Arnold is one of my favorite authors to run into at a Nashville literary event. Although he left Tennessee for the bluer grasses of his hometown of Lexington, Kentucky, he's still a regular face around town, and he's often the most genuinely excited author in the room. Levin, Hilli Interview Jun 1, 2018 865
Travel ban on controversial novelist Ahmed Najy lifted. May 30, 2018 222
Court removes novelist Ahmed Nagy from travel ban list. May 30, 2018 323
Novelist Mazhar Kaleem, known for Imran Series, laid to rest. May 27, 2018 225
Novelist Mazhar Kaleem, known for Imran Series, laid to rest. May 27, 2018 237
Renowned novelist Mazhar Kaleem passes away. May 27, 2018 207
Novelist Mazhar Kaleem, known for Imran Series, laid to rest. May 27, 2018 237
Renowned novelist Mazhar Kaleem passes away. May 27, 2018 207
Renowned novelist Mazhar Kaleem breathes his last. May 26, 2018 197
Popular spy-fiction novelist Mazhar Kaleem passes away. May 26, 2018 187
The author of Imran Series, renowned Urdu novelist Mazhar Kaleem passes away. May 26, 2018 226
Dowlatabadi waits 10 years for book permit. May 25, 2018 361
"A Murderer Is Less to Be Feared". Jasper, William F. May 21, 2018 810
Parliament censures novelist Aswani over 'Republic of As IF'. May 10, 2018 491
Jordanian Novelist Jamal Naji, 1954-2018. May 8, 2018 392
Novelist Naji laid to rest. May 7, 2018 156
Popular Kerala detective novelist Pushpanath dies at 80. Obituary May 2, 2018 418
Chance Particulars: A Writer's Field Notebook for Travelers, Bloggers, Essayists, Memoirists, Novelists, Journalists, Adventurers, Naturalists, Sketchers, and Other Note-Takers and Recorders of Life. Book review May 1, 2018 151
NATIVE SON: Novelist Tommy Orange highlights a group of urbanites we seldom hear about. Oatman, Maddie May 1, 2018 1049
Kuwait beacon of culture, free thought - Kuwaiti female novelist. Apr 28, 2018 303
Palestinian novelist wins top Arab prize. Apr 26, 2018 315
Palestinian novelist wins Arabic fiction prize. Apr 24, 2018 578
Novelist Ahmed Naji fined LE 20K over sexually loaded chapter. Apr 24, 2018 270
An interview with James Carroll. Greenwald, Alexandra Interview Apr 20, 2018 1823
THE PERFECT CRIME; DEBUT NOVELIST JOINS TARTAN NOIR USUAL SUSPECTS; Plot thickens as six Scots make it on to longlist for prestigious literary prize. Apr 16, 2018 902
Kuwaiti novelist promotes tolerance among children. Apr 10, 2018 123
No, the novel is not about to lose the plot just yet; Bad news for people who love novels - leading novelist Will Self thinks they are doomed. But hasn't he said this before? Northumbria University academic KATY SHAW reckons he was wrong before and he's wrong now. Apr 3, 2018 1030
SFF and Horror Novelist Ahmed Khaled Tawfik, 'Pop Culture Godfather,' Dies at 55. Obituary Apr 3, 2018 354
A crime fiction legend. Acree, Cat Interview Apr 1, 2018 496
A novel like a bullet train: Michael Farris Smith, author of the gritty, riveting novel The Fighter, credits two big influences for his decision to become a fiction writer after returning to his native Mississippi. Mudge, Alden Interview Apr 1, 2018 937
PRETTY IN PINK: Love, Simonwas a labor of love from gay people and straight allies. Reynolds, Daniels Apr 1, 2018 927
A minute with Souzi Makri Novelist. Mar 30, 2018 390
LOVERS OF GHOSTS and ghost stories are in luck. Brief article Mar 28, 2018 189
Sandra Barneda presenta libro entre rumores de compromiso: La periodista, que tambien es una novelista de exito, estuvo arropada por sus companeras de television. Mar 28, 2018 392
THE UNLIKELY MILLINER & THE MAGICIAN OF THREADNEEDLE-STREET. Laity, K.A. Critical essay Mar 22, 2018 7310
A Forcible Return to the Womb: Elfriede Jelineks Lust (1989) and the Melodramatic Mode. Scott, Claire E. Critical essay Mar 22, 2018 7675
Conceiving of a Realfictional Body: Material Feminisms and Jenny Erpenbecks Geschichte vom alten Kind (1999). Chronister, Necia Critical essay Mar 22, 2018 7342
The Violent Turn: West German Women as Victims of Neoliberalism. Hill, Alexandra M. Critical essay Mar 22, 2018 7513
Writing Rape, Troping History: Story, Plot, and Ethical Reading in Julia Franck's Die Mittagsfrau (2007). Stone, Katherine Critical essay Mar 22, 2018 8107
The Past does not end here: Memory and "Collective Enunciation" in Antje Ravic Strubels Sturz der Tage in die Nacht (2011). Schaefer, Derek Critical essay Mar 22, 2018 8133
Probable Impossibilities: Historical Romance Readers Talk Back. Keen, Suzanne Critical essay Mar 22, 2018 2081
VAMPIRISM: A SECULAR, VISCERAL RELIGION OF PARADOXICAL AESTHETICS. Lin, Max Chia-Hung; Tan, Paul Juinn Bing Essay Mar 22, 2018 6201
BEAUTY THAT MUST DIE: STATION ELEVEN, CLIMATE CHANGE FICTION, AND THE LIFE OF FORM. Vermeulen, Pieter Critical essay Mar 22, 2018 8423
TEARING DOWN THE GREENHOUSE: VISUAL ECOLOGY, SAVVY CRITICS, AND CLIMATE CHANGE IN T. C. BOYLE'S THE TERRANAUTS. Ramuglia, River Critical essay Mar 22, 2018 8664
CONTEMPORARY FICTION VS. THE CHALLENGE OF IMAGINING THE TIMESCALE OF CLIMATE CHANGE. Mertens, Mahlu; Craps, Stef Critical essay Mar 22, 2018 9676
The Real British Red Cross and Hemingway's A Farewell to Arms. Rennie, David A. Critical essay Mar 22, 2018 6593
King Solomon, Gertrude Stein, and Hemingway's "Lost Generation". Daiker, Donald A. Critical essay Mar 22, 2018 7797
Troubling Space: Dispersal of Place in The Sun Also Rises and The Garden of Eden. Kack, Elin Critical essay Mar 22, 2018 6863
Follow-up: "To Pound a Vicious Typewriter: Hemingway's Corona #3". Madsen, Diane Gilbert Essay Mar 22, 2018 1775
Albert Halper's "A Farewell to the Rising Son:" A Newly Recovered Parody of Hemingway. Hart, Michael Patrick Critical essay Mar 22, 2018 4403
Hemingway and Salinger. Meyers, Jeffrey Mar 22, 2018 2774
From the Hemingway Letters Project. Quesenberry, Krista Critical essay Mar 22, 2018 3636
"Arabesques of the Final Pattern": Len Deighton's Hard-Boiled Espionage Fiction. Snyder, Robert Lance Report Mar 22, 2018 10679
Boston College Center for Irish Programs. Biography Mar 21, 2018 2806
Upcoming novelist aims for stars. Mar 14, 2018 462
42 young novelists vie for top award. Mar 14, 2018 153
Renowned Lebanese novelist Emilie Nasrallah dies at age 87. Mar 14, 2018 210
Edward Said and Modernist Misreadings of A Passage to India. Campbell, Charles Critical essay Mar 10, 2018 9347
Feminism, Dialogism and the (In)Definable Woman in Edith Wharton's The House of Mirth. Elaman-Garner, Sevinc Critical essay Mar 10, 2018 7621
Robert Coover's Self-Organized World: The Universal Baseball Association, inc., J. Henry Waugh, PROP. Gruic-Grmusa, Lovorka Critical essay Mar 10, 2018 4947
Rewriting the City as an Oeuvre in Karen Tei Yamashita's Tropic of Orange. Kara, Esen Critical essay Mar 10, 2018 7697
The Challenges of Multicultural London in Zadie Smith's "The Embassy of Cambodia". Nayebpour, Karam Critical essay Mar 10, 2018 6424
Deconstruction of the Personal Identity and English National Identity in England, England and The Remains of the Day. Oruc, Sinem Critical essay Mar 10, 2018 9580
I Hear America Reading. Aycock, Anthony Mar 1, 2018 2159
ANGELS IN AMERICA: Novelist Luis Alberto Urrea crafts an epic for "people hiding in shadows". Oatman, Maddie Interview Mar 1, 2018 1335
Mangoes and monsters: There's a monster in Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist Junot Diaz's first children's book. It seems that no one wants to talk about it, especially not with Lola, the little girl at the heart of Islandborn. After all, how do you talk to children about the most horrifying part of your country's history? Acree, Cat Interview Mar 1, 2018 791
The Absence of Fatherhood: Interpreting the Orphan Image in Wuthering Heights from the Perspective of Family Complexes. Fuli, Liu; Yulong, Miao Critical essay Mar 1, 2018 5258
Victims of Colonialism in Tayeb Salih's Season of Migration to the North. Baharvand, Peyman Amanolahi Critical essay Mar 1, 2018 6867
Indian-American novelist Akhil Sharma mistaken for Arab by racists. Feb 27, 2018 976
Novelist Ismail Fahad: I wanted to create human identify to myself. Feb 20, 2018 281
Still Raisin hell at 81; CRIME NOVELIST MC BEATON ON HER FAILED BID TO RETIRE AND WHY ASHLEY JENSEN WAS SPARED HER IRE. Feb 11, 2018 1239
A Torch in the Darkness: An Interview with Patricia McCormick (Part Two). Horan, Timothy Interview Feb 1, 2018 2620
Conjuring Aesthetic Blackness: Abjection and Trauma in Toni Morrison's God Help the Child. Keita, Fatoumata Critical essay Feb 1, 2018 6203
THE LIFE PRIMES; MURIEL SPARK AUTHOR'S LEGACY GETS A FRESH READING.. 100 YEARS AFTER HER BIRTH Scotland celebrates novelist's centenary with exhibition and TV documentary charting her beginnings as an aspiring write r and how she became literary legend behind some iconic books. Jan 27, 2018 1021
Larry Nassar Judge Rosemarie Aquilina Is Also A Crime Novel Author. Jan 26, 2018 378
Novel test for budding writers across the GCC. Jan 22, 2018 132
Young Novelists Award significance highlighted. Jan 21, 2018 275
You don't stumble upon real friends very often; Best-selling novelist Jane Fallon talks to HANNAH STEPHENSON about toxic relationships, friends you can do without, and why her long-term partner, comedian Ricky Gervais, remains her best pal. Jan 20, 2018 908
You don't stumble upon real friends very often; Best-selling novelist Jane Fallon talks to HANNAH STEPHENSON about toxic relationships, friends you can do without, and why her long-term partner, comedian Ricky Gervais, remains her best pal. Jan 19, 2018 910
You don't stumble upon real friends very often; Best-selling novelist Jane Fallon talks to HANNAH STEPHENSON about toxic relationships, friends you can do without, and why her long-term partner, comedian Ricky Gervais, remains her best pal. Jan 18, 2018 927
Prominent Egyptian Novelist Sabri Moussa, 1932-2018. Jan 18, 2018 209
Photographer captures novelist Elena Ferrante's Naples district. Jan 18, 2018 654
You don't stumble upon real friends very often; Best-selling novelist Jane Fallon talks to HANNAH STEPHENSON about toxic relationships, friends you can do without, and why her long-term partner, comedian Ricky Gervais, remains her best pal. Jan 16, 2018 920
You don't stumble upon real friends very often; Best-selling novelist Jane Fallon talks to HANNAH STEPHENSON about toxic relationships, friends you can do without, and why her long-term partner, comedian Ricky Gervais, remains her best pal. Jan 16, 2018 909
After The Martian, Andy Weir Goes to the Moon. Mangu-Ward, Katherine Interview Jan 13, 2018 661
You don't stumble upon real friends very often; Best-selling novelist Jane Fallon talks to HANNAH STEPHENSON about toxic relationships, friends you can do without, and why her long-term partner, comedian Ricky Gervais, remains her best pal. Jan 13, 2018 874
You don't stumble upon real friends very often; Best-selling novelist Jane Fallon talks to HANNAH STEPHENSON about toxic relationships, friends you can do without, and why her long-term partner, comedian Ricky Gervais, remains her best pal. Jan 13, 2018 875
You don't stumble upon real friends very often; Best-selling novelist Jane Fallon talks to HANNAH STEPHENSON about toxic relationships, friends you can do without, and why her long-term partner, comedian Ricky Gervais, remains her best pal. Jan 13, 2018 874
You don't stumble upon real friends very often; Best-selling novelist Jane Fallon talks to HANNAH STEPHENSON about toxic relationships, friends you can do without, and why her long-term partner, comedian Ricky Gervais, remains her best pal. Jan 13, 2018 874
You don't stumble upon real friends very often; Best-selling novelist Jane Fallon talks to HANNAH STEPHENSON about toxic relationships, friends you can do without, and why her long-term partner, comedian Ricky Gervais, remains her best pal. Jan 13, 2018 865
You don't stumble upon real friends very often; Best-selling novelist Jane Fallon talks to HANNAH STEPHENSON about toxic relationships, friends you can do without, and why her long-term partner, comedian Ricky Gervais, remains her best pal. Jan 13, 2018 871
Young novelists win 13th edition of Sawiris Cultural Awards. Awards list Jan 11, 2018 615
Moosbrugger and the Case for Responsibility in Robert Musil's Der Mann ohne Eigenschaften. Stoicea, Gabriela Critical essay Jan 1, 2018 8924
FANON'S PRESENCE. Nilges, Mathias Critical essay Jan 1, 2018 2189
"ALL ONE VANISHING WORLD": POSTIMPERIALISM AND COMMUNISM IN JOHN LE CARRE'S THE HONOURABLE SCHOOLBOY. Manning, Toby Critical essay Jan 1, 2018 8950
RECONSIDERING AESTHETICS AND IDEOLOGY IN CARLENE HATCHER POLITE'S THE FLAGELLANTS. Rodrigues, Laurie Critical essay Jan 1, 2018 11630
AN UNPALATABLE DISH: PERFORMING THE BILDUNGSROMAN IN BICH MINH NGUYEN'S STEALING BUDDHA'S DINNER. Powell, Tina Critical essay Jan 1, 2018 9148
THE NON-NATIVE LANGUAGE OF CYBERPUNK: FROM RETRO-DICTION TO PRE-DICTION AND BACK AGAIN. AN INTERVIEW WITH BRUCE STERLING. Jandric, Petar Interview Jan 1, 2018 7841
Never Cut the Rope: Returning Home to Heal and Rebuild in Pede Hollist's So the Path Does Not Die. Iwuchukwu, Onyeka Critical essay Jan 1, 2018 6776
A LITTLE-KNOWN CONTEMPORARY SOURCE FOR WENZEL TOMASCHEK. Moore, Tom Brief article Jan 1, 2018 161
MANHOOD AND HAPPINESS IN EMMA: LIBERAL LEARNING AND PRACTICING THE LANGUAGE OF MARRIAGE. Tarpley, Joyce Kerr Critical essay Jan 1, 2018 8178
Unveiling Women Power: A Feminist Study of Bapsi Sidhwa's Ice Candy Man. Rind, Ume Kulsoom; Memon, Shumaila; Chandio, Fozia Critical essay Dec 31, 2017 7915
The Battle of the Conscious Self and the Power Dynamics of the Beauty Myth. Ashfaq, Samina; Khattak, Nasir Jamal; Shah, Syed Zahid Ali Critical essay Dec 31, 2017 4880
Sue Grafton dead at 77 after Kinsey Millhone Alphabet author passes away following cancer battle; The novelist died in California on Thursday surrounded by her family. Dec 30, 2017 430
The Sexual Novel: James Salter's A Sport and a Pastime. Meyers, Jeffrey Critical essay Dec 22, 2017 4122
BOATS AGAINST THE CURRENT: AMERICAN PURSUIT OF HAPPINESS. Hill, Jane Dec 22, 2017 1538
HOW NOT TO IMPROVE THE ESTATE: LOPPING & CROPPING JANE AUSTEN. Miller, Sydney Critical essay Dec 22, 2017 10934
BOXES, BOTTLES, AND DEATH: COLLECTING AND MEDICAL REFORM IN THE MILL ON THE FLOSS. Jones, Jennifer Diann Critical essay Dec 22, 2017 8748
The Fountainhead Play: Taking a Stand on Ideas. Begley, Robert Critical essay Dec 22, 2017 2578
When Worlds Collide. Camlot, Heather Interview Dec 22, 2017 2680
Award-Winning Mystery Novelist Digger Cartwright Announces Christmas Fundraiser. Dec 6, 2017 421
meet MELISSA DE LA CRUZ. Upton, Lonna Interview Dec 1, 2017 124
Khaled Hosseini's A Thousand Splendid Suns as a Child-Rescue and Neo-Orientalist Narrative. Al-Dagamseh, Abdullah M.; Golubeva, Olga Critical essay Dec 1, 2017 7627
Transnational Uses of Mafia Imagery in Zadie Smith's White Teeth. Ciribuco, Andrea Critical essay Dec 1, 2017 6985
Voiceless Victims in Sin tetas no hay paraiso. Morello, Henry James Critical essay Dec 1, 2017 7105
Mrs. Dalloway: Consciousness, "Social Homeostasis," and Marxism. Ghasemi, Parvin; Sasani, Samira; Abbaszadeh, Jafar Critical essay Dec 1, 2017 9522
The Madness of Freddie Montgomery of John Banville's The Book of Evidence (1989). Jones, Patricia Critical essay Dec 1, 2017 7050
"What Are Novelists For?" Atonement and the British Novel/"?Para que sirven los novelistas?" Expiacion y la novela britanica. Mathews, Peter David Dec 1, 2017 7729
Race Relations in Black and White: Visual Impairment as a Racialized and Gendered Metaphor in Ralph Ellison's Invisible Man and Herman Melville's "Benito Cereno"/Relaciones raciales en blanco y negro: la ceguera como metafora racial y de genero en El hombre invisible, de Ralph Ellison, y "Benito Cereno," de Herman Melville. Armengol, Josep M. Critical essay Dec 1, 2017 8454
"In my Beginning is my End": Multidirectional Memory and the (Im)Possibility of Escaping the Holocaust in Anita Desai's Baumgartner's Bombay/"In my beginning is my end": La memoria multidireccional y la (im)posibilidad de escapar al Holocausto en Baumgartner's Bombay de Anita Desai. Pellicer-Ortin, Silvia Critical essay Dec 1, 2017 9176
Oblique Kinds of Blackness in Esi Edugyan's Half Blood Blues/Negritudes oblicuas en Half Blood Blues, de Esi Edugyan. Cuder-Dominguez, Pilar Critical essay Dec 1, 2017 7512
Actor lands role as a novelist; Actor George Costigan is now a published author too. DAVID WHETSTONE spoke to him ahead of his appearance at Books on Tyne this weekend. Nov 30, 2017 934
Google's Doodle Honored Chinua Achebe On Thursday For The Novelist's Birthday. Nov 16, 2017 471
'Best Arabic Novel Award' at This Year's Sharjah Book Fair Goes to Banned 'The Taste of the Wolf'. Nov 7, 2017 248
Make Mine a Single Malt: Novelist Adam Davies on the virtues of Scotch. Davies, Adam Nov 1, 2017 591
Revenge of the law-school borrowers. MacDonald, Jay Interview Nov 1, 2017 935
At the fiery heart of revolution: Here's something that may come as a surprise for fans of Paint It Black and the Oprah-approved White Oleander: Bestselling novelist Janet Fitch has a secret passion for Russia. It started back when the writer, 62, was attending junior high in Los Angeles and fell in love with Crime and Punishment, launching a deep dive into the waters of Russian literature. Ping, Trisha Interview Nov 1, 2017 957
Foote's Flag. Kauffman, Bill Interview Nov 1, 2017 801
Poet and novelist Ben Okri to compile anthology of political poetry for Hodder & Stoughton. Oct 31, 2017 161
Author of her own success; Million-selling crime writer LJ Ross is one of a new breed of authors taking publishing into their own hands thanks to the global digital revolution. She spoke to Jane Hall about the business of being a top-selling novelist in the 21st century. Oct 23, 2017 1811
Criminal children in the eighteenth century and Daniel Defoe's Colonel Jack. Gollapudi, Aparna Critical essay Oct 18, 2017 12337
The defects of perfectionism: Nietzsche, Eliot, and the irrevocability of wrong in Middlemarch. Joudrey, Thomas J. Critical essay Oct 18, 2017 12028
Today in History: October 10, 2002 -- Hungarian novelist wins Nobel Prize in Literature. Oct 9, 2017 564
English novelist Ishiguro wins Nobel Prize in literature. Oct 5, 2017 234
A pioneer's difficult journey: Armistead Maupin finished writing his bold memoir, Logical Family, months ago. He couldn't have foreseen just how relevant his searing reflections on growing up in the deeply conservative, racially divided South would be. Interview Oct 1, 2017 902
Wishtree: When wishes become action. Cary, Alice Brief article Oct 1, 2017 328
Tall order. Meis, Cecilia Brief article Oct 1, 2017 107
The Late-Career Novelist: Career Construction Theory, Authors and Autofiction. Book review Oct 1, 2017 117
Scorsese's Silence: Film as Practical Theodicy. Deweese-Boyd, Ian Critical essay Oct 1, 2017 9578
Kate Chopin: Early Feminist. Timko, Mike Oct 1, 2017 1758
THE VOID TACKLES STAR WARS UNIVERSE IN NEXT EXPERIENCE. Christensen, Lisa Oct 1, 2017 680
The Augusta County Library Introduces NoveList. Sep 28, 2017 341
Reading the west sideways: Queering the frontier in Jean Stafford's the Mountain Lion. Allison, Leslie Critical essay Sep 22, 2017 8855
"The spirits talk to us": Regionalism, poverty, and romance in Mexican American gothic fiction. Hedrick, Tace Critical essay Sep 22, 2017 9618
Michelle Tea's mission district frontier: Nostalgia, gentrification, Valencia. Gano, Geneva M. Critical essay Sep 22, 2017 10563
Between refugee and 'normalized' citizen: National narratives of exclusion in the novels of Bich Minh Nguyen. Cordell, Sigrid Anderson Critical essay Sep 22, 2017 8214
Postwar reentry narratives in Leslie Marmon Silko's ceremony and Ben Fountain's Billy Lynn's long halftime walk. Johnston, Carrie Critical essay Sep 22, 2017 9465
TEXT, TERRAIN, AND TEMPORALITY: RE-EXPLORING JUDAISM IN ALLEGRA GOODMAN'S THE COOKBOOK COLLECTOR. Socolovsky, Maya Critical essay Sep 22, 2017 13713
Where I am From. Leavitt, Delia R. Essay Sep 22, 2017 1037
"MURKY MERCY": MICHEL FABER'S UNDER THE SKIN AND THE DIFFICULTY OF REALITY. Caracciolo, Marco Critical essay Sep 22, 2017 9601
REPOSITIONING LORELEI'S EDUCATION: MIND, BODY, AND SEX(UALITY) IN ANITA LOOS' GENTLEMEN PREFER BLONDES. Wagner, Johanna M. Critical essay Sep 22, 2017 12813
TWO ANGLES ON MATTHEW SPECKTOR. Marcus, Dan; O'kane, John Interview Sep 22, 2017 6101
Delivered at the John E Kennedy Library 2 April 2017. Speech Sep 22, 2017 3607
Hemingway's Requiem for Battle Fields: "Atomic Jokes" after Hiroshima/Nagasaki in Across the River and into the Trees. Yanagisawa, Hideo Critical essay Sep 22, 2017 6132
Wise Blood: Menstruation, Fertility, and the "Disappointment" in Hemingway's Across the River and into the Trees. Cirino, Mark; Oaks, Amanda Kay Critical essay Sep 22, 2017 5144
"Dear Mr. Hemingway": Modernism, the Market, and the Fan Mail Reception of A Farewell to Arms. Gatzemeyer, Jace Critical essay Sep 22, 2017 9584
Pernicious Plants: Imitation and Uncanny Ecocritical Thought in Gustav Meyrink's "Die Pflanzen des Dr. Cinderella". Etzler, Melissa Critical essay Sep 22, 2017 8122
Vagabonds, The Death Ship, and Denationalization. Dougherty, Stephen Critical essay Sep 22, 2017 8340
Hideous Progeny: Forgery, Frankenstein, and Peter Carey's My Life as a Fake. Osteen, Mark Critical essay Sep 22, 2017 11728
The Holy Fool's Revelation: Metafiction, Trauma, and Posthumanity in E. L. Doctorow's Andrew's Brain. Collado-Rodriguez, Francisco Critical essay Sep 22, 2017 10790
The Comic Uncanny in Muriel Spark's Memento Mori. Weston, Elizabeth Anne Critical essay Sep 22, 2017 8092
Keep Your Eye On ... Michelle Krys. O'Brien, Sandra Interview Sep 22, 2017 374
Voices of the True North: Strong and Unrestrained. Oke, Marylynn Miller Interview Sep 22, 2017 1419
RESISTING DISSOLUTION: THE SALVIFIC TURN IN ELIZABETH BOWEN'S THE HEAT OF THE DAY. Oxindine, Annette Critical essay Sep 22, 2017 9610
"I DON'T WANT TO PLAY ANYMORE": GALATEA 2.2, THE SCIENCE WARS, AND THE SOUL OF LITERARY STUDIES. Lake, Christina Bieber Critical essay Sep 22, 2017 8412
"IF I WERE IN A BOOK": LANGUAGE AND SACRAMENT IN GRAHAM GREENE'S THE HEART OF THE MA TTER. Brower, Emily R. Critical essay Sep 22, 2017 6381
Lisabetta and Lorenzo's Tomb (on Decameron IV,5). Camboni, Maria Clotilde Critical essay Sep 22, 2017 7152
Dare to Electric Dream; Take a terrifying trip into the future in series inspired by sci-fi novelist Philip K Dick. Sep 16, 2017 418
Healing the Bruised and Mothering the Motherless: The Aje in Elizabeth Nunez's Bruised Hibiscus. Montgomery, Georgene Bess Critical essay Sep 15, 2017 7872
Charting Territories of Love in the Works of Elizabeth Nunez. Creque-Harris, Leah Critical essay Sep 15, 2017 6814
Hybridity as a Counter-Hegemonic Discourse in Elizabeth Nunez's Even in Paradise. Igoudjil, M. Kamel Critical essay Sep 15, 2017 6009
This Story, However, is Not About Him: Elizabeth Nunez's Even in Paradise and the Rejection of Lear. Jones, Miranda Critical essay Sep 15, 2017 8063
Obeah as Conduit in Elizabeth Nunez's When Rocks Dance. Rodriques, Janelle Critical essay Sep 15, 2017 9143
Confronting Prospero: Elizabeth Nunez's Exposure and Critique of Hegemony and Its Industries in Beyond the Limbo Silence and Boundarie. Fraser, Rhone Critical essay Sep 15, 2017 8345
The Enduring Lessons of Disraeli's Sybil. Gottfried, Paul Sep 1, 2017 3352
How Can Literature Respond to a Global Age? From Globalization to Universality and the Poetics of Partial Connections with References to David Mitchell's Cloud Atlas. Bessiere, Jean Critical essay Sep 1, 2017 7823
History, Myth, and Nationhood in A. S. Byatt's Possession. Farahmandfar, Masoud Critical essay Sep 1, 2017 5184
Beauty and Education: Two Prerequisites for Africa's Rebirth in Ayi Kwei Armah's Major Fiction. Mami, Fouad Critical essay Sep 1, 2017 12918
Numb modernism: sentiment and the intellectual left in Tess Slesinger's The Unpossessed. Arvidson, Heather Critical essay Sep 1, 2017 11300
The consolation of objects in Joyce's: A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man and Ulysses. Castle, Gregory Critical essay Sep 1, 2017 13459
Writing underground: Ralph Ellison and the Novel. Alison, Cheryl Critical essay Sep 1, 2017 12282
Hearing voices: Jesmyn Ward explores African American life in die haunted South. Oatman, Maddie Interview Sep 1, 2017 466
Salman Rushdie. Mudge, Alden Cover story Sep 1, 2017 1313
CSI: Scotland; DAY TWO BLOODY SCOTLAND WRITERS ON CHOOSING LOCATIONSFrom the islands to the glens, bloody history is written into Scotland's scenery. For this year's Bloody Scotland festival, some of our top novelists have teamed up for a collection of stories. In the second of two specials, three writers tell JANE HAMILTON how they decide where to set their tales. Aug 31, 2017 1184
Youcan't helpbut think it's a great place tomurder someone; BLOODY SCOTLANDMYSTERY WRITERS AT THE SCENE OF THE CRIME; The Bloody Scotland crime-writing festival challenged 12 novelists to create stories inspired by 12 Scottish locations. In the first of a two-day special, Craig Robertson tells of his inspiration. Aug 30, 2017 999
Stevenson's treasured islands; THE BIG READ HOW SCOTLAND'S MOST FAMOUS WRITER FELL IN LOVE WITH SAMOA Robert Louis Stevenson was born and raised in Edinburgh but the novelist spent his later years and died in Samoa. Scots writer JOE FARRELL tells of Stevenson's adventures and final days in the south Pacific in his new book Robert Louis Stevenson in Samoa. Aug 19, 2017 1115
Novelist Eimear McBride and biographer Laura Cumming win James Tait Black Prizes. Aug 15, 2017 173
Friday Finds: A Conversation with Libyan Novelist Najwa Benshatwan. Interview Aug 11, 2017 387
Bombing atrocity inspired us to unite to find peace; Novelist Jean and musician Joe launch charity Dove Tales to bring artists together to speak out against war and terrorism. Aug 5, 2017 1096
Meg Medina reflects on her work. Camacho, Haydee Interview Aug 1, 2017 733
The parable of Octavia Butler. Hill, Rebecca A. Critical essay Aug 1, 2017 2177
2017's bittersweet breakout debut. Interview Aug 1, 2017 954
Forget soaps.. I'm having the crime of my life; From TV's two-timing knicker stitcher to novelist; FORMER CORRIE ACTRESS ON HER TELLY LIFE, A NEW WRITING CAREER AND HER SCOTTISH ROOTS. Jul 30, 2017 1411
Novelist: Kuwait beacon of Arab culture, ctr for openness, forgiveness. Jul 24, 2017 267
smarter for 10; BANKNOTES ARE GETTING A NOVEL APPROACH WITH WRITER JANE AUSTEN. marion mcmullen LOOKS AT THE NEW TENNER. Jul 21, 2017 577
smarter for 10; BANKNOTES ARE GETTING A NOVEL APPROACH WITH WRITER JANE AUSTEN. marion mcmullen LOOKS AT THE NEW TENNER. Jul 21, 2017 613
Britain marks 200th anniversary of novelist Jane Austen's death. Jul 18, 2017 229
The disguised prince in Gil Vicente's novelistic theater/O principe disfarcado no teatro romanesco de Gil Vicente. Nepomuceno, Luis Andre Jul 1, 2017 7178
A near brush with an infamous killer. MacDonald, Jay Interview Jul 1, 2017 1276
Rethinking the mystery of Agatha's disappearance. Wilson, Andrew Essay Jul 1, 2017 709
A rogue FBI agent versus the machine. Levin, Hilli Interview Jul 1, 2017 426
Somewhere safe in a callous world. Mudge, Alden Interview Jul 1, 2017 1013
Follow the smoke. Cary, Alice Interview Jul 1, 2017 555
FEMININE CITIES: NEW ORLEANS IN THE WORK OF JOHN GREGORY BROWN. Michailidou, Artemis Critical essay Jul 1, 2017 6769
Memory and Misdirection in Mortal Fire. Jackson, Anna Critical essay Jul 1, 2017 6455
'An amateur self-deceiving job': M.K. Joseph's A Soldier's Tale and the Gothic tradition in New Zealand literature. McLean, Tom Critical essay Jul 1, 2017 7530
A Corpse Planted in the Garden: The Buried Body in Katherine Mansfield's 'The Woman at the Store' and Elizabeth Knox's Dreamhunter Duet. Lochead, Anne Critical essay Jul 1, 2017 5020
Mountain Gothic and other variants: Samuel Butler and M.K. Joseph. Robinson, Roger Critical essay Jul 1, 2017 5979
'Spots of Time' in a Passage to India. Khan, Sajjad Ali Critical essay Jun 30, 2017 11073
Feuchtwanger's Jud Suss and the ambiguities of Jewish political power. Cooper, Gabriel Critical essay Jun 22, 2017 8102
14 December 1930: Robert Musil meets Carl Schmitt. Lambrow, Alexander Critical essay Jun 22, 2017 8015
Khoziaistvo and Khoziaeva: the properties and proprietors of the Red Army, 1941-45. Schechter, Brandon Critical essay Jun 22, 2017 11282
Tongues untied: Harold Brodkey's radical candor. Taylor, Justin Jun 22, 2017 780
The suffusion of the televisual in The Crying of Lot 49. Watson, Jacob T. Critical essay Jun 22, 2017 8580
Her "whole soul was ear": novel sound, experimental music, and artistic community in Mary Shelley's The Last Man. Tooman, Zachary Critical essay Jun 22, 2017 7810
"Sent here for her health": Accounting for Sanditon's Economies. Richardson, Rebecca Critical essay Jun 22, 2017 9124
THE END OF THE AFFAIR: A MODERNIST CONVERSION NARRATIVE. Hartwig, Heidi Critical essay Jun 22, 2017 4911
Spectral narration and the houses of desire in Charlotte Bronte's Villette. Suner, Ahmet Critical essay Jun 22, 2017 12198
Seeing reality, making masculinity visible: The limits of photographic vision in the Story of a Modern Woman. Kramp, Michael Critical essay Jun 22, 2017 9989
Proust and the Cyclops: Monocles and material Culture in A la recherche du temps perdu. Cooksey, Thomas L. Essay Jun 22, 2017 9751
Katniss Everdeen's Posthuman Identity in Suzanne Collins's Hunger Games Series: Free as a Mockingjay? Guanio-Uluru, Lykke Jun 22, 2017 9761
Fun side of writer shown in beautiful old images; Crime novelist and playwright Agatha Christie is one of the most published and best-loved authors. Now a new exhibition charts her personal and professional life in a selection of stunning personal images... Jun 16, 2017 394
Beautiful old images show fun side of popular Brit crime writer; Crime novelist and playwright Agatha Christie is one of the most published and best-loved authors. Now a new exhibition charts her personal and professional life in a selection of stunning personal images... Jun 16, 2017 488
The rewards of a literary detour. Cary, Alice Interview Jun 1, 2017 1301
Queer postmodern practices: sex and narrative in Gravity's Rainbow. Franco, Marie Critical essay Jun 1, 2017 10440
Acknowledging Addie's pain: language, Wittgenstein, and As I Lay Dying. Chase, Greg Critical essay Jun 1, 2017 9798
Una lectura de la amistad y la moralidad en Sula de Toni Morrison bajo el prisma de Deleuze y Guattari. La afectividad a debate. Nedaee, Naeem; Salami, Ali Critical essay Jun 1, 2017 8509
Los traumas personales se exorcizan / La historia se silencia: The Invisible Worm, de Jennifer Johnston. Del Rio, Constanza Critical essay Jun 1, 2017 7348
When a personal narration represents the Zainichi Korean narrative: Lee Hoesung's The Cloth-Fulling Woman. Gaeja, Kim; Youngho, Lee Critical essay Jun 1, 2017 4364
Keeping or breaking: ethical conflict and ethical choice in Shimazaki Toson's Broken Commandment. Jian, Yang Critical essay Jun 1, 2017 2806
Green or Greed?: The irony of ecology in Jane Smiley's Good Will. Limin, Wu Critical essay Jun 1, 2017 7212
The influence of authorities on writers in a society: censorship rules and challenges faced by dissident writers with reference to Remarque's All Quiet on the Western Front. Jose, Jasmine; Rajasekaran, V. Critical essay Jun 1, 2017 3406
Problematics of multiculturalism: exploring the dynamics of cultural proximity in Hanif Kureishi's trilogy: The Buddha of Suburbia, The Black Album, and My Son the Fanatic. Hossain, Sahel Md Delabul; Singh, Rajni Critical essay Jun 1, 2017 5310
UNDER THE INFLUENCE: THE SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR, DRUGS, AND PROHIBITION POLITICS IN TIRANO BANDERAS. Melstrom, Tina Jun 1, 2017 8563
On Unorthodox, Novelist Ruth Gilligan on Writing Irish Jews and Yascha Mounk on Populism in Europe and the U.S. Unorthodox May 25, 2017 106
Egyptian Court Vacates Novelist Ahmed Naji's Sentence, Orders New Trial. Excerpt May 21, 2017 359
CHRISTIE MYSTERY 'SOLVED' New theory on novelist vanishing. May 9, 2017 196
Meet Abbi Waxman. Brief article May 1, 2017 229
The heart and soul of an emotional spy. Cary, Alice Cover story May 1, 2017 1404
Meet Daniel Salmieri. Brief article May 1, 2017 196
Too much information: novelist Dave Eggers and filmmaker James Ponsoldt probe technology's dark side. Thompson, Clive Interview May 1, 2017 924
Reading (not-)eating in the works of Emily and Charlotte Bronte. Pearce, Sarah Critical essay May 1, 2017 7997
De la pervenche de rousseau A la recherche de proust. Wang, Juan Excerpt May 1, 2017 4632
Feminine Power: Women Contesting Plantocracy in The Book of Night Women. Ozuna, Ana Critical essay May 1, 2017 7045
The Feds took me on a manhunt for a mass killer who was planning to murder 2 guys.. they had to take him down and I was lucky enough to be a part of it; While some novelists prefer isolation, the creator of Texas Ranger John Q isn't afraid to get hands-on. Apr 29, 2017 1547
Novelist Dick Pirozzolo Presents a Copy of His "Escape from Saigon" to Gov. Michael Dukakis. Apr 27, 2017 585
Sindh Governor condoles death of novelist M.A.Rahat. Apr 27, 2017 170
Egyptian novelist Mohamed Rabie to participate in Abu Dhabi Book Fair. Apr 27, 2017 156
Saudi novelist wins 2017 International Prize for Arabic Fiction. Apr 26, 2017 808
Saudi novelist declared International Prize for Arabic Fiction winner. Apr 26, 2017 150
Translator Alex Elinson on Novelist Youssef Fadel's Shift Away from Colloquial. Apr 13, 2017 501
Algerian-Belgian Novelist and Filmmaker Malika Madi and Writing as Intervention. Apr 5, 2017 891
From the front lines to fiction. Cary, Alice Interview Apr 1, 2017 1021
The house that dreams built. Mudge, Alden Interview Apr 1, 2017 1017
Meet R.J. Palacio. Interview Apr 1, 2017 196
Outrageous, demented, and brilliant: the novels of Philip K. Dick. Hill, Rebecca A. Apr 1, 2017 1990
Why not a single existence is "ordinary". Andrusko, Dave Apr 1, 2017 971
Representation of the Afghan National Identity in Hosseini's A Thousand Splendid Suns. Khan, Rab Nawaz Critical essay Mar 31, 2017 5477
Little Debbie, or the logic of late capitalism: Consumerism, whiteness, and addiction in Mat Johnson's PYM. Christensen, Tim Critical essay Mar 22, 2017 13875
The permanence of humanism: it's time to embrace what is essentially and perennially human. Birzer, Bradley J. Critical essay Mar 22, 2017 6138
Digital Joyce. Brief article Mar 22, 2017 250
Daniel Defoe and abandoned life. Hollingshead, David Critical essay Mar 22, 2017 11879
This rag of scarlet cloth: Nathaniel Hawthorne's abortion. Medoro, Dana Critical essay Mar 22, 2017 11887
Blackpool on the picket line: Hard Times goes viral in nineteenth-century America. Bordelon, David Critical essay Mar 22, 2017 9121
Oedipa's unsentimental journey: Preempted pathos in The Crying of Lot 49. Miller, Sydney Critical essay Mar 22, 2017 10762
Elias Khoury's little mountain: the Lebanese Civil War and the aesthetics of revolution. Abuawad, Karim Critical essay Mar 22, 2017 9243
"Along a road that may lead nowhere": J. M. Coetzee's Disgrace and the postsecular novel. Dudley, Jack Critical essay Mar 22, 2017 10360
Jane Austen bowls a googly: the juvenilia. Wiesenfarth, Joseph Critical essay Mar 22, 2017 6521
Eighteenth-century allusions in Henry Esmond. Edgecombe, Rodney Stenning Critical essay Mar 22, 2017 2747
Postmodern temporality in Italo Calvino's Invisible Cities. Panigrahi, Sambit Critical essay Mar 22, 2017 7682
Introduction to Transatlanticism and The Blithedale Romance. Demson, Michael; Pacheco, Derek Critical essay Mar 22, 2017 6403
Transatlantic allusions and illusions in The Blithedale Romance. Buonomo, Leonardo Critical essay Mar 22, 2017 5923
"Our new arrangement of the world": Anna Leonowens, Francis George Shaw, and anti-colonial Fourierist dissent in The Blithedale Romance. Hunt, Bill Critical essay Mar 22, 2017 9612
Free love among the Ruins. Lowe, Ryan Stuart Critical essay Mar 22, 2017 9181
Observing manners in Hawthorne's Blithedale. Bresky, Luke Critical essay Mar 22, 2017 12540
Current Bibliography. Larsen, Haley Bibliography Mar 22, 2017 4955
Hawthorne, Mill, and Sartre: Petrifaction and Tyranny in Roth's "The Conversion of the Jews" and When She Was Good. Duban, James Critical essay Mar 22, 2017 8140
Escaping type: Nonreferential character and the narrative work of Henry Fielding's Tom Jones. Urda, Kathleen E. Critical essay Mar 22, 2017 9263
Haiti and the black romantics: Enlightenment and Color prejudice after the Haitian revolution in Alexandre Dumas's Georges (1843). Daut, Marlene L. Critical essay Mar 22, 2017 8232
"Love beyond logic": On cannons, castles, and healing tomfoolery in Dickens's great expectations and Dostoevsky's The Brothers Karamazov. Anvil, Carta A. Mar 22, 2017 7525
Reading Shusaku Endo's silence with an eschatological imagination. Enright, Lyle Mar 22, 2017 7106
THE JEWISH QUEER CONTINUUM IN YESHIVA NARRATIVES. Gleibman, Shlomo Critical essay Mar 22, 2017 12347
An Analogous Adversary: The Old Dispensation in The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe. Walls, Kathryn Critical essay Mar 22, 2017 7712

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