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Ailing novelist Lee Oi-soo and his wife back together after years apart. Jul 17, 2021 261
lynnebarrett-lee; Proud holder of the Wales Columnist of the Year Award, Lynne is a novelist, ghostwriter and creative writing tutor. A dedicated supporter of the Oxford comma and semi-colon, she is also a professional grandmother and amateur moth-fancier. Jul 3, 2021 1292
The war reporter and her 'retreat' in Wales; Nancy Cavill uncovers the little-known links between an American war correspondent and novelist and Wales - as a Purple Plaque is unveiled in her memory at her former home in Monmouthshire... Jul 3, 2021 2393
It's an odd role reversal... you are now caring for those who cared for you; NOVELIST KATE MOSSE IS DELVING INTO NON-FICTION, WRITING ABOUT CARING FOR FAMILY IN HER NEW BOOK. SHE TELLS HANNAH STEPHENSON WHY UNPAID CARERS DESERVE MUCH MORE RECOGNITION. HANNAH STEPHENSON Jun 12, 2021 1381
It's an odd role reversal... you are now caring for those who cared for you; NOVELIST KATE MOSSE IS DELVING INTO NON-FICTION, WRITING ABOUT CARING FOR FAMILY IN HER NEW BOOK. SHE TELLS HANNAH STEPHENSON WHY UNPAID CARERS DESERVE MUCH MORE RECOGNITION. Jun 12, 2021 1356
The tragic story of the executed Somali seaman I couldn't leave untold; The story of Somali sailor Mahmood Mattan, who was wrongly hanged for murder in 1952, is at the centre of a new novel by awardwinning author Nadifa Mohamed. She's been talking to Amanda Powell about its resonance for race relations and life in Cardifftoday - and who really killed shopkeeper Lily Volpert... Jun 12, 2021 3804
It's an odd role reversal... you are now caring for those who cared for you; NOVELIST KATE MOSSE IS DELVING INTO NON-FICTION, WRITING ABOUT CARING FOR FAMILY IN HER NEW BOOK. SHE TELLS HANNAH STEPHENSON WHY UNPAID CARERS DESERVE MUCH MORE RECOGNITION. HANNAH STEPHENSON Jun 10, 2021 1381
Al-Sharjah Book Authority to host discussion session with Egyptian novelist Ahmed Murad on June 11. Egypt Today Jun 9, 2021 187
It's an odd role reversal... you are now caring for those who cared for you; NOVELIST KATE MOSSE IS DELVING INTO NON-FICTION, WRITING ABOUT CARING FOR FAMILY IN HER NEW BOOK. SHE TELLS HANNAH STEPHENSON WHY UNPAID CARERS DESERVE MUCH MORE RECOGNITION. HANNAH STEPHENSON Jun 8, 2021 1382
It's an odd role reversal... you are now caring for those who cared for you; NOVELIST KATE MOSSE IS DELVING INTO NON-FICTION, WRITING ABOUT CARING FOR FAMILY IN HER NEW BOOK. SHE TELLS HANNAH STEPHENSON WHY UNPAID CARERS DESERVE MUCH MORE RECOGNITION. HANNAH STEPHENSON Jun 8, 2021 1380
Gone Girls: Novelist hails incredible edible women painted out of the art history books; Author salutes pioneering, inspirational but neglected women artists. Maggie Ritchie news@sundaypost.com Jun 6, 2021 1270
Gone Girls: Novelist hails incredible edible women painted out of the art history books; Author salutes pioneering, inspirational but neglected women artists. Maggie Ritchie news@sundaypost.com Jun 6, 2021 565
It's an odd role reversal... you are now caring for those who cared for you; NOVELIST KATE MOSSE IS DELVING INTO NON-FICTION, WRITING ABOUT CARING FOR FAMILY IN HER NEW BOOK. SHE TELLS HANNAH STEPHENSON WHY UNPAID CARERS DESERVE MUCH MORE RECOGNITION. HANNAH STEPHENSON Jun 5, 2021 1380
It's an odd role reversal... you are now caring for those who cared for you; NOVELIST KATE MOSSE IS DELVING INTO NON-FICTION, WRITING ABOUT CARING FOR FAMILY IN HER NEW BOOK. SHE TELLS HANNAH STEPHENSON WHY UNPAID CARERS DESERVE MUCH MORE RECOGNITION. HANNAH STEPHENSON Jun 5, 2021 1380
It's an odd role reversal... you are now caring for those who cared for you; NOVELIST KATE MOSSE IS DELVING INTO NON-FICTION, WRITING ABOUT CARING FOR FAMILY IN HER NEW BOOK. SHE TELLS HANNAH STEPHENSON WHY UNPAID CARERS DESERVE MUCH MORE RECOGNITION. HANNAH STEPHENSON Jun 5, 2021 1380
'I'm very lucky that I've been able to care' Bestselling novelist Kate Mosse talks about caring for three generations in her house and how unpaid carers should get the recognition they deserve. Jun 5, 2021 1101
It's an odd role reversal... you are now caring for those who cared for you; NOVELIST KATE MOSSE IS DELVING INTO NON-FICTION, WRITING ABOUT CARING FOR FAMILY IN HER NEW BOOK. SHE TELLS HANNAH STEPHENSON WHY UNPAID CARERS DESERVE MUCH MORE RECOGNITION. HANNAH STEPHENSON Jun 5, 2021 1380
It's an odd role reversal... you are now caring for those who cared for you; NOVELIST KATE MOSSE IS DELVING INTO NON-FICTION, WRITING ABOUT CARING FOR FAMILY IN HER NEW BOOK. SHE TELLS HANNAH STEPHENSON WHY UNPAID CARERS DESERVE MUCH MORE RECOGNITION. HANNAH STEPHENSON Jun 5, 2021 1378
It's an odd role reversal... you are now caring for those who cared for you; NOVELIST KATE MOSSE IS DELVING INTO NON-FICTION, WRITING ABOUT CARING FOR FAMILY IN HER NEW BOOK. SHE TELLS HANNAH STEPHENSON WHY UNPAID CARERS DESERVE MUCH MORE RECOGNITION. HANNAH STEPHENSON Jun 5, 2021 1380
'I'm very lucky that I've been able to care' Bestselling novelist Kate Mosse talks about caring for three generations in her house and how unpaid carers should get the recognition they deserve. Jun 5, 2021 1101
Interrogating the Male-Female Gender Dichotomy in Nawal El Saadawi's Woman at Point Zero. Tugume, Benon Critical essay Jun 1, 2021 9078
Toxic Waste and Unpaid Labor: Don DeLillo's Everyday. Lambert, Stephanie Critical essay Jun 1, 2021 11377
Fictions of Time and Space: From Realism to Utopia in Doris Lessing's The Four-Gated City. Sergeant, David Critical essay Jun 1, 2021 9211
Morbid Vitalism: Death, Decadence, and Spinozism in Barnes's Nightwood. Clarke, Tim Critical essay Jun 1, 2021 11124
JONATHAN SANTLOFER with J.C. Hallman. Hallman, J.C. Interview Jun 1, 2021 2704
Metaforas responsables: la poetica transhumana del fracaso en Taipei, de Tao Lin. Fernández-Santiago, Miriam Critical essay Jun 1, 2021 8651
El Antropoceno, ficcion climatica y comida: MaddAddam, de Margaret Atwood. Muñoz-González, Esther Critical essay Jun 1, 2021 7817
La etica del cuidado en la Zona Libre de Fuego: The Story of a Brief Marriage, de Anuk Arudpragasam. Alonso-Breto, Isabel Critical essay Jun 1, 2021 8261
This Filipina's novel tops Amazon's YA Music ebook reads. Interview May 31, 2021 577
I had a job in the City and it was toxic. I'd get up at 5am to write; Bestselling novelist on her great escape. WORDS SALLY MCDONALD May 30, 2021 1525
PR man turned novelist puzzled by Facebook ban. MARTIN SHIPTON Political editor-at-large newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk May 26, 2021 586
identical twins are write old age of 82; Scots crime novelists pen their 7th book. CALUM LOUDON AND EMMA DUNCAN May 20, 2021 289
President Michael D. Higgins says Ireland has lost a 'foremost critic, novelist and academic' and Derry has lost an 'incomparable' son in Seamus Deane; The President Michael D. Higgins has said Ireland has lost a 'foremost critic...distinguished poet, novelist and internationally acclaimed university teacher' and Derry has lost an 'incomparable' son the death of Seamus Deane. May 13, 2021 507
TOP AUTHORS WHO FOUND A DARKER SIDE; Romantic fiction novelists who switched to murder mysteries. HANNAH STEPHENSON May 11, 2021 1060
Apollo 11 pilot; acclaimed spy novelist. From Daily Herald wire reports Obituary May 2, 2021 665
Anxiety as a Source of Motivation: A Critical Study of the Select Novels of Bapsi Sidhwa. Dhal, Shraddha Critical essay May 1, 2021 4851
Anti-racism writer in online hate row; Cops investigate novelist over 'far-right' posts. EXCLUSIVEby Amy Sharpe Apr 25, 2021 419
Anti-racism novelist probed by police over 'anti-Semitic social media posts'; EXCLUSIVE: Author and campaigner Shazia Hobbs's first book won praise for tackling racism but she is now accused of spouting hate herself. By, Amy Sharpe Apr 24, 2021 429
It is a sanctuary for lost birds. It was the same for me - Shetland author Ann Cleeves; Best-selling novelist on why northern island is so special as she backs drive to rebuild after devastating fire. Murray Scougall mscougall@sundaypost.com Apr 18, 2021 1334
'Over the generations, they've lost the ability to feel for nature' - Alan Titchmarsh; There is one thing you can be sure of following an interview with Alan Titchmarsh. The much-loved gardener, presenter and novelist, who turns 72 in May, will not be leaving his career behind any time soon. Interview Apr 3, 2021 1066
Hemingway: A Scholar's Lifelong Pursuit. Donaldson, Scott Critical essay Mar 22, 2021 2737
Who is There? Subjectivity, Transformation, and the Child's Journey in Ursula K. Le Guin's The Tombs of Atuan. Cassidy, Meghann Critical essay Mar 22, 2021 11050
The Four Deaths of Ged. Rosengrant, John Critical essay Mar 22, 2021 9925
The Practical Geography of Always Coming Home. Bratman, David Critical essay Mar 22, 2021 5740
"To Hell with Women Anyway": Flirtatiousness and Male Entitlement in Hemingway's The Sun Also Rises. Conway, Juliet Critical essay Mar 22, 2021 7607
Don't Eat That, Lady--That's Mencken: H. L. Mencken & His Nietzschean Philosophy in The Sun Also Rises. Hadley, Sean C. Critical essay Mar 22, 2021 6044
Hemingway's The Sun Also Rises: The Centrality of Jake's Paris. Daiker, Donald A. Critical essay Mar 22, 2021 8440
A Corpus Stylistic Analysis of Development in Hemingway's Literary Production. Ihrmark, Daniel; Nilsson, Johan Critical essay Mar 22, 2021 7128
The Dark Virtues of Robert E. Howard: The pulp author who gave the world Conan the Barbarian was a soul deeply troubled by the barbarism of modernity. Birzer, Bradley J. Critical essay Mar 22, 2021 5446
CHAIM POTOK AND THE HOLOCAUST. Sidky, Sean Critical essay Mar 22, 2021 11373
Boulevard Craft Interview: Emily St. John Mandel. Krull, Ryan Interview Mar 22, 2021 3522
George Eliot and Marcel Proust: The Religious Feeling and the Paradoxical Temporality. Dion, Michel Critical essay Mar 20, 2021 8579
In Search of Humanity: A Bakhtinian Dialogic Study of The Sound and the Fury. Wang, Yue Critical essay Mar 19, 2021 7900
Revisiting Bernard Rose's Frankenstein: Ugliness and Exclusion. Sharma, Mridula Critical essay Mar 19, 2021 4443
Hugo, Hegel, and Architecture. Fernandez, Jose Luis Critical essay Mar 19, 2021 6297
Francophonie: French-Moroccan Novelist Leila Slimani and Several Personalities Received Friday at Elysee Palace. Mar 19, 2021 177
Ex-soldier beats his dyslexia to become novelist. Nicole Goodwin Reporter nicole.goodwin@reachplc.com Mar 14, 2021 538
Novelist makes literary comeback 5 years after #MeToo apology. Mar 10, 2021 321
PERSECUTION AND LONGING OF YEMENITE JEWS IN THE HANDSOME JEW. Alwuraafi, Ebrahim Mohammed Critical essay Mar 1, 2021 10763
Bad Seeds and Wayward Boys in Postwar Adoption Fiction. Callahan, Cynthia Critical essay Mar 1, 2021 9668
Another Humanist Ideal: The Transhuman Future in Frankissstein: A Love Story. Shaojing, Lin Critical essay Mar 1, 2021 6517
"The Spider" ("l'Araigne") and Its Relationship with the Armenian Literary Praxis. Danielyan, Suren Critical essay Mar 1, 2021 5297
"Do We Have More Yesterdays or More Tomorrows?": (M/Tr)agical Realities and Postcolonial Utopian Prospects in Mia Couto's Sleepwalking Land. Achiri, Samya; Maoui, Hocine Critical essay Mar 1, 2021 11597
Zain's Steamer Point: Between Celebrating Colonialism and Anti-Colonial Voice. Alkodimi, Khaled Abkar Critical essay Mar 1, 2021 7173
The Inaudible Skirmish of the Undocumented Expatriates and Kiran Desai's The Inheritance of Loss. Mukherjee, Soumen Critical essay Mar 1, 2021 6479
The Unending Waiting of Homo Sapiens: A Comparative Study of Anand's Untouchable and Beckett's Waiting for Godot. Afrin, Sadia; Muniruzzaman, Sheikh Md. Critical essay Mar 1, 2021 7446
We are all ready for a little light relief: Alexander McCall Smith on Covid, laughter and why he has been working harder than ever during lockdown; Acclaimed novelist praises healthcare workers and explains why he believes the pandemic has brought us together as a society. Sally McDonald smcdonald@sundaypost.com Feb 28, 2021 1237
Glenview man, 83, finds career as noir crime novelist Loebbaka: A lot of research goes into books. Dave Oberhelman doberhelman@dailyherald.com Feb 14, 2021 776
Glenview man, 83, finds career as noir crime novelist Loebbaka: A lot of research goes into writing his books. Dave Oberhelman doberhelman@dailyherald.com Feb 14, 2021 1082
Learning about love from the King of Horror. Feb 13, 2021 1298
Egyptian novelist Nasser Iraq reveals new COVID-19 themed plot before lit fest talk. Hams Saleh Feb 11, 2021 444
Emirates Airline Festival of Literature announces winner of unpublished novelists' competition. Arab News Feb 5, 2021 233
[INTERVIEW] Novelist Cho Hae-jin gives voice to voiceless people. Feb 5, 2021 1922
ERICA BUIST with J.C. Hallman. Hallman, J.C. Interview Feb 1, 2021 3349
BRANDON HOBSON with Andrew Ervin. Ervin, Andrew Interview Feb 1, 2021 1080
Netflixs The Sandman Cast Revealed. Feb 1, 2021 652
The witch comes out of the woodwork: A hypnotic debut gives voice to an unsung figure of Norse mythology. Hubbard, Laura Interview Feb 1, 2021 762
Oh, the places you'll go! Chang-rae Lee's vibrant picaresque novel leaps over generational divides to share lessons learned. Mudge, Alden Interview Feb 1, 2021 779
The fragile hope of 2008: Financial insecurity, racial injustice and the income gap--social commentary has never been more riveting to read than in Nancy Johnson's novel. Cary, Alice Interview Feb 1, 2021 750
The reluctant fantasist: Lynne Bertrand reveals how she created the world of City of the Uncommon Thief, one of the most unusual fantasy settings you'll ever read. Rendon, Luis G. Interview Feb 1, 2021 984
COVID-stricken novelist was a man of many plans. Jan 5, 2021 641
Tributes after death of author Maureen; Award-winning novelist dies aged 88. ALEX GREEN & STEVE GRAVES steve.graves@trinitymirror.com @steve_graves Obituary Jan 3, 2021 325
Frederick Philip Grove: Prairie Novelist (1879-1948). Beasley, David Richard Jan 1, 2021 3770
Human Nature and Civil Society in Jane Austen. Vachris, Michelle Albert; Bohanon, Cecil E. Critical essay Jan 1, 2021 5419
A Lesson in Humility, a Lesson for Our Times: Alessandro Manzoni's The Betrothed. Mingardi, Alberto Critical essay Jan 1, 2021 7184
Liberty Befits All: Stowe and Uncle Tom's Cabin. Wright, Robert E. Critical essay Jan 1, 2021 5114
Economics Meets and Peace: Tolstoy's Implicit Social Theory. Brennan, Geoffrey; Waterman, A.M.C. Critical essay Jan 1, 2021 6538
The Political Economy of Joseph Conrad. Whaples, Robert M. Critical essay Jan 1, 2021 7377
The Autopoietic World of Franz Kafka. Dnes, Antony W. Critical essay Jan 1, 2021 6805
Philanthropic Exchange in Ralph Ellison's Invisible Man. Bohanon, Cecil E.; Vachris, Michelle Albert Critical essay Jan 1, 2021 6841
The Chronotope of the House and Feminist Matrilinealism in Nada Awar Jarrar's Somewhere, Home. Balaa, Luma Critical essay Jan 1, 2021 7898
Obituary: Alanna Knight, novelist who worked in multiple genres; Alanna Knight, novelist and writer, born 24 February 1923, Jesmond, Newcastle Upon Tyne. Died 2 December, 2020, Edinburgh, aged 97. Susan Mansfield Dec 28, 2020 996
ON THE CASE, AGAIN AND AGAIN, WITH NERO WOLFE. Mustich, James Critical essay Dec 22, 2020 1531
KENNY AND ERNEST: HOW HEMINGWAY HELPED ME UNDERSTAND THE PAIN OF MY LATE UNCLE, WHO DIED IN WORLD WAR II. Finnegan, Michael J. Personal account Dec 22, 2020 1539
Myths of Femininity in American Gods. Perez-Amezcua, Luis Alberto; Junco, Ethel Critical essay Dec 22, 2020 7550
"Seeing" the Malinche Myth as Nomad Subject in Laura Esquivel's Como agua para chocolate. Mukherjee, Indrani Critical essay Dec 22, 2020 7361
Monstrous Heroes, Epic Monsters: A Contemporary Graphic Adaptation of Beowulf. Sanchez, Maria Porras Critical essay Dec 22, 2020 5803
GETTING TO KNOW YOU; Novelist Andrew Murray Scott tells us why he'd go back in time to stop the Treaty of Union, the famous people he met on an extended trip to the United States and who he'd invite to dinner. Dec 19, 2020 686
Renowned Novelist Rahnaward Zaryab Dies at 77. Obituary Dec 11, 2020 190
Celebrated novelist Rahnaward Zaryab passes away. Khalil Ahmad Fitri Dec 11, 2020 229
Egypt's Minister of Culture mourns death of novelist Nabil Farouk. Egypt Today staff Dec 9, 2020 197
Lawfully proceeding into the past as QC turns novelist to unveil Victorian whodunnit; Advocate on inspiration behind first novel and spurning life in a Govan gang. Maggie Ritchie news@sundaypost.com Dec 6, 2020 949
'Urdu novelists haven't found secret to writing great novels'. Dec 5, 2020 838
Hungarian envoy discovers rare photo of renowned colonial-era novelist. Dec 4, 2020 541
Colonialismo interno y la tierra baldia en Serena, de Ron Rash. González Groba, Constante Critical essay Dec 1, 2020 9264
"Soy la unica autora": inautenticidad e intertextualidad en NW de Zadie Smith. Perez Zapata, Beatriz Critical essay Dec 1, 2020 7219
Populismo y precariedad en la ficcion india distopica contemporanea: When the Moon Shines by Day de Nayantara Sahgal y Leila de Prayaag Akbar. Herrero, Dolores Critical essay Dec 1, 2020 8376
Words, Images, and the Body: Memory Media and Ethical Predicaments in Middle C and The Piano Lesson. Fan, Fang; Yuan, Kong Critical essay Dec 1, 2020 4862
The Battered Hearts that Throb in Agony: Environmental Pollution in Ojaide's The Activist. Nwoma, Chukwu Romanus; Eni, Onyekachi Critical essay Dec 1, 2020 7482
Self-Differentiation and the Marginalized Idol of Love in Patrick Suskind's Perfume. Alzoubi, Najah A.; Al-Shawabkieh, Sumaya S.; Neimneh, Shadi S. Critical essay Dec 1, 2020 8409
Richard Wagner vs Klaus Mann: An ArtistMan Image in the Context of the Faustian Theme in Mephisto. Stepanova, Anna Critical essay Dec 1, 2020 10679
Plant Performance: War, Ethnicity, and the Japanese Garden in Patricia Grace's Chappy. Liang, Iping Critical essay Dec 1, 2020 8986
Mothers at Cards: Motherhood and Gaming in Two Late Georgian English Novels. Wei, Po-Yu Rick Critical essay Dec 1, 2020 10330
City life 65 years ago - and 1,900 years ago; Author Peter Wiseman considers what novelist Rosemary Sutcliff - who was born 100 years ago next month - can tell us about Exeter in 1955 and AD 135. Nov 5, 2020 1535
Literary prize for debut novelist's shortlisted 'gem'. ADAM SMITH newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk Oct 31, 2020 395
Well-known novelist JB Priestley visits town on"wartime journey". Oct 28, 2020 203
JK's magic.. she doesn't have to be a transvestite serial killer to write about one; NOVELIST BACKS ROWLING IN CANCEL CULTURE ROW Author rejects self-censorship. John Dingwall Oct 25, 2020 477
FRENCH BACK IN PRINT; Book Club THIS WEEK'S LATEST READS Comedian, actress and novelist publishes her first written work in five years. HANNAH STEPHENSON Oct 20, 2020 841
AUTHOR INTERVIEW; Stuart Turton tells Caroline Lindsay why becoming a novelist is like climbing Everest. Oct 17, 2020 480
Jose Rizal as Jack the Ripper? Sherlock Holmes investigates in new horror e-book. Interview Oct 14, 2020 632
Thai novelist depicts life of migrant workers in Taiwan in new fiction. Oct 3, 2020 374
Thai novelist depicts life of migrant workers in Taiwan in new book. Oct 3, 2020 367
The earl, the married novelist and the 'Powderham scandal' Breakwater gave ships protection. CHARLOTTE VOWLES charlotte.vowles@reachplc.com @DEVONLIVENEWS Oct 1, 2020 751
Alienation, Loss and Despair: An Analysis of Modernist Strains in Ethan Frome. Khan, Salman Hamid; Khan, Abdul Hamid Critical essay Sep 30, 2020 2991
Baffled by Success. Wall, J.L. Sep 22, 2020 1938
The Logic of Adventure: Marlow's Moral Malady in Lord Jim. Mcgregor, Rafe Critical essay Sep 22, 2020 5921
Redemptive Mourning: Virginia Woolf's Transformation of the Elegiac Form. Ball, Andrew J. Critical essay Sep 22, 2020 6774
Existentialist's Traits in Hermann Hesse's Siddhartha: An Ontological Inquiry. Kumar, Prashant; Devi, Rajnee Critical essay Sep 22, 2020 6037
The Mythifcation of History and the Historification of Myth: Myth and Mimesis in Shashi Tharoor's The Great Indian Novel. Biswas, Pooja Mittal Critical essay Sep 22, 2020 7314
The Spatial Imperative: The Need to Read Space in Salman Rushdie's Novels. Liang, Yuying Sep 22, 2020 7396
Reflections of Antimodernism in Kingsley Amis's Lucky Jim. Beyad, Maryam Soltan; Bassir, Seyed Iman Sep 22, 2020 12851
THE RISE OF GITL PODKOYNIK: REREADING ABRAHAM CAHAN'S YEKL THROUGH THE LENS OF ITS HEROINE. Rogovin, Or Critical essay Sep 22, 2020 9740
RETHINKING THE STORIES OF REMBRANDT'S HAT, BY BERNARD MALAMUD. Burch, C. Beth; Burch, Paul-William Critical essay Sep 22, 2020 8349
The 'Wyrdwriteras' of Elvish History: Northern Courage, Historical Bias, and Literary Artifact as Illustrative Narrative. Gallant, Richard Z. Essay Sep 22, 2020 8887
The Unicorn as the Embodiment of the Numinous in the Works of Peter S. Beagle. Laszkiewicz, Weronika Critical essay Sep 22, 2020 6268
Fearless Joy: Tom Bombadil's Function in The Lord of the Rings. Chapman-Morales, Robert B. Critical essay Sep 22, 2020 9724
Tolkien's Tom Bombadil: An Enigma "(Intentionally)". Jacobs, Suzanne Critical essay Sep 22, 2020 13827
Biljana Jovanovic, a Rebel with a Cause or: On 'a General Revision of Your Possibilities'. Matijevic, Tijana Critical essay Sep 22, 2020 9159
THE KNOWER, THE SAYER, AND THE DOER IN NORMAN MACLEAN'S A RIVER RUNS THROUGH IT. Mayo, James Critical essay Sep 22, 2020 7134
East Riding's Festival of Words goes on line - guests include local author Louise Beech, historical crime writer Abir Mukherjee, fantasy novelist Natasha Pulley; The East Riding Festival of Words will be back this year - with a varied programme of free online events, featuring a range of popular authors. Sue Wilkinson Sep 17, 2020 854
THOUGHT CRIME WRITER; NOVELIST VAL FEARS SHE COULD END UP ON WRONG SIDE OF LAW AS HER COP CHARACTER HEADS FOR TV Author on finding right TV star to play her fictional cop and why she's fighting law change. Anna Burnside Sep 6, 2020 1179
Andrew Marr on bill for Scottish online book festival; Novelists AL Kennedy and Maggie O'Farrell and broadcasters Andrew Marr and Carrie Gracie are among those taking part in a book festival which has moved online due to the coronavirus pandemic. Lucinda Cameron Sep 3, 2020 556
Contagion of the World: Minor Intimacies in The Voyage Out. Prigozhin, Aleksandr Critical essay Sep 1, 2020 8547
The Battle of Stalingrad: Gerald McGhie reflects on a famous novel about one of the defining struggles of the Second World War. McGhie, Gerald Critical essay Sep 1, 2020 2144
American horror story: In acclaimed romance author Alyssa Cole's debut thriller, racism and gentrification become even more terrifying than they already are. Bell, Carole V. Interview Sep 1, 2020 894
A shifting vision of life, art and marriage: In her 11th novel, Sue Miller tracks our ever-changing perceptions of ourselves and each other. Mudge, Alden Cover story Sep 1, 2020 837
Symbiosis of Women and Nature: An Ecofeministic Study of Indigenous Women in Doris Pilkington's Under the Wintamarra Tree. Rathna, P. Critical essay Sep 1, 2020 5365
Minority Discourse: A Concave View of Hybridity in Ayad Akhtar's American Dervish. Haque, Syrrina Ahsan Ali Critical essay Sep 1, 2020 4193
Writer's debut novel in running for top award. wales news echo.newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk Aug 25, 2020 443
Welsh writer's debut novel up for prestigious award. WALES NEWS SERVICE newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk Aug 25, 2020 454
Alexander McCall Smith warns Edinburgh 'could be destroyed' by year-round festivals; The novelist was in conversation with former Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson as part of an event for the Edinburgh International Book Festival. Conor Matchett Aug 24, 2020 444
Write yourself into The Open University story and you might change your life - Susan Stewart; The experiences of novelist Bernardine Evaristo's character chime with those of many OU students, writes Susan Stewart. Aug 20, 2020 863
Trans rights activists are letting down people they represent - Euan McColm; Marra joins a number of other high-profile women - including the SNP MP Joanna Cherry, the novelist JK Rowling, and the veteran feminist campaigner and writer Julie Bindel. Euan McColm Aug 16, 2020 1032
Edinburgh International Book Festival: Susan Mansfield previews this year's online programme; Best-selling novelists, poets and historians are among the highlights of this month's events, writes Susan Mansfield. Susan Mansfield Aug 14, 2020 800
Novelist quits social media after bickering with actress. Aug 14, 2020 554
I got into a tangle with a writer of S&M books; writer find he shares his name with erotic novelist. katie dickinson Reporter katie.dickinson@ncjmedia.co.uk @KATIEJDICKINSON Aug 12, 2020 549
Writing the Body as subversion in Alexandra Chreiteh's Always Coca-Cola. Balaa, Luma Critical essay Aug 1, 2020 7076
Novelists call on justice minister to apologize for 'insulting' remarks. Jul 31, 2020 569
Message of hope: An intrepid pigeon and a patient war hero are at the heart of this sweet and creative new novel set during World War I. Castellitto, Linda M. Interview Jul 30, 2020 917
An endless excavation: Beloved novelist Jill McCorkle ruminates on keepsakes of memory and her latest novel, Hieroglyphics. McCorkle, Jill Personal account Jul 30, 2020 805
American nightmares: Noir leaves its traditional urban haunts in favor of wide-open spaces in two compelling books. Frazier, G. Robert Jul 30, 2020 512
In my early 20s, most of my good friends were heroin addicts; TV FASHIONISTA AND NOVELIST SUSANNAH CONSTANTINE TALKS TO HANNAH STEPHENSON ABOUT HER YEARS ON LONDON'S PARTY SCENE AND HER MID-LIFE CRISIS. HANNAH STEPHENSON Jul 27, 2020 1279
Hello Vigt Nam songwriter weds half Vietnamese novelist in Paris. Jul 27, 2020 393
In my early 20s, most of my good friends were heroin addicts; TV FASHIONISTA AND NOVELIST SUSANNAH CONSTANTINE TALKS TO HANNAH STEPHENSON ABOUT HER YEARS ON LONDON'S PARTY SCENE AND HER MID-LIFE CRISIS. HANNAH STEPHENSON Jul 25, 2020 1279
In my early 20s, most of my good friends were heroin addicts; TV FASHIONISTA AND NOVELIST SUSANNAH CONSTANTINE TALKS TO HANNAH STEPHENSON ABOUT HER YEARS ON LONDON'S PARTY SCENE AND HER MID-LIFE CRISIS. HANNAH STEPHENSON Jul 25, 2020 1270
In my early 20s, most of my good friends were heroin addicts; TV FASHIONISTA AND NOVELIST SUSANNAH CONSTANTINE TALKS TO HANNAH STEPHENSON ABOUT HER YEARS ON LONDON'S PARTY SCENE AND HER MID-LIFE CRISIS. HANNAH STEPHENSON Jul 23, 2020 1279
In my early 20s, most of my good friends were heroin addicts; TV FASHIONISTA AND NOVELIST SUSANNAH CONSTANTINE TALKS TO HANNAH STEPHENSON ABOUT HER YEARS ON LONDON'S PARTY SCENE AND HER MID-LIFE CRISIS. Jul 21, 2020 1276
In my early 20s, most of my good friends were heroin addicts; TV FASHIONISTA AND NOVELIST SUSANNAH CONSTANTINE TALKS TO HANNAH STEPHENSON ABOUT HER YEARS ON LONDON'S PARTY SCENE AND HER MID-LIFE CRISIS. HANNAH STEPHENSON Jul 21, 2020 1279
Novelist Juan Marse dies; GLOBAL BRIEFING. Jul 20, 2020 234
In my early 20s, most of my good friends were heroin addicts; TV FASHIONISTA AND NOVELIST SUSANNAH CONSTANTINE TALKS TO HANNAH STEPHENSON ABOUT HER YEARS ON LONDON'S PARTY SCENE AND HER MID-LIFE CRISIS. HANNAH STEPHENSON Jul 19, 2020 1279
In my early 20s, most of my good friends were heroin addicts; TV FASHIONISTA AND NOVELIST SUSANNAH CONSTANTINE TALKS TO HANNAH STEPHENSON ABOUT HER YEARS ON LONDON'S PARTY SCENE AND HER MID-LIFE CRISIS. HANNAH STEPHENSON Jul 18, 2020 1278
In my early 20s, most of my good friends were heroin addicts; TV FASHIONISTA and NOVELIST susannah CONSTANTINE Talks To HANNAH STEPHENSON ABOUT her years on london's PARTY sCene and her mid-life Crisis. HANNAH STEPHENSON Jul 18, 2020 1279
In my early 20s, most of my good friends were heroin addicts; TV FASHIONISTA AND NOVELIST SUSANNAH CONSTANTINE TALKS TO HANNAH STEPHENSON ABOUT HER YEARS ON LONDON'S PARTY SCENE AND HER MID-LIFE CRISIS. Jul 18, 2020 1276
In my early 20s, most of my good friends were heroin addicts; TV FASHIONISTA AND NOVELIST SUSANNAH CONSTANTINE TALKS TO HANNAH STEPHENSON ABOUT HER YEARS ON LONDON'S PARTY SCENE AND HER MID-LIFE CRISIS. Jul 18, 2020 1276
In my early 20s, most of my good friends were heroin addicts; TV FASHIONISTA AND NOVELIST SUSANNAH CONSTANTINE TALKS TO HANNAH STEPHENSON ABOUT HER YEARS ON LONDON'S PARTY SCENE AND HER MID-LIFE CRISIS. Jul 18, 2020 1276
In my early 20s, most of my good friends were heroin addicts TV FASHIONISTA AND; TV FASHIONISTA AND NOVELIST SUSANNAH CONSTANTINE TALKS TO HANNAH STEPHENSON ABOUT HER YEARS ON LONDON'S PARTY SCENE AND HER MID-LIFE CRISIS. HANNAH STEPHENSON Jul 17, 2020 1279
Susannah turns page on the 80s; FASHION CELEBRITY TURNED NOVELIST DRAWS ON PARTY LIFE EXPERIENCE AMONG SMART SET. HANNAH STEPHENSON Jul 4, 2020 818
Author delves into the past of vegan writer who was ahead of his time; Novelist's research on life of the'hermit' of Linwood. Kenneth Speirs Jul 1, 2020 739
A Gynocritical Study of Rowan Coleman's Novel, the Summer of Impossible Things. Jamal, Yumna; Hashmi, Farah Critical essay Jun 30, 2020 6248
Constantine Susannah; Life according to... The TV fashion guru turned novelist talks midlife crisis, Strictly and finding herself. WORDS MURRAY SCOUGALL Jun 28, 2020 476
ALL THE HORROR OF HOME: Riley Sager crafts a literary hall of mirrors in his latest terrifying novel. Castellitto, Linda M. Interview Jun 26, 2020 1229
Let the women do the talking: In Ivy Pochoda's new thriller, five women are connected by a serial killer--but he doesn't get to tell the story. Pochoda, Ivy Interview Jun 26, 2020 943
Friday night frights: Something terrible lurks behind the facade of a small Texas town in John Fram's thrilling debut. Frazier, G. Robert Interview Jun 26, 2020 865
The bad and the beautiful: Critically acclaimed YA author Deb Caletti explores the dark consequences of treating people like objects. Piehl, Norah Interview Jun 26, 2020 874
PHILIP ROTH'S JEWISH AMERICA. Siegel, Robert Critical essay Jun 22, 2020 1801
LUD-IN-THE-MIST AS MEMENTO MORI: EXISTENTIAL ANXIETY AND THE CONSOLATIONS OF AN AESTHETIC THEOLOGY IN HOPE MIRRLEES'S FANTASY NOVEL. Arnell, Carla Critical essay Jun 22, 2020 12395
Tweaking the Sublime: Translating the Poetics of the Sublime in Charlotte Bronte's Jane Eyre. Klitgard, Ida Critical essay Jun 22, 2020 4959
On Compassion and the Sublime Black Body: Octavia E. Butler's Parable of the Sower. Johnson, Ikea M. Critical essay Jun 22, 2020 5775
Mrs. Harker and Dr. Van Helsing: Dracula, Fin-de-Siecle Feminisms, and the New Wo/Man. Winstead, Karen A. Critical essay Jun 22, 2020 9784
"Antic Dispositions": Lear and Dickens. Haughton-Shaw, Eliza Essay Jun 22, 2020 6191
The novelist who began a revolution. Jun 19, 2020 1174
Living in the moment; NEWSMAN AND NOVELIST TOM BRADBY DISCUSSES HIS MENTAL HEALTH STRATEGIES. HANNAH STEPHENSON Jun 13, 2020 811
Sister act: Following her acclaimed debut, The Mothers, Brit Bennett's novel introduces readers to twin sisters whose lives take dramatically different paths. Bennett, Brit Interview May 26, 2020 807
The worst case on overnight success that took her twscenario? It's not so bad: Bestseller ernight two decades; Acclaimed novelist on seeing her stories on screen at last and reveals how time behind bars inspired her new book. Murray Scougall mscougall@sundaypost.com May 24, 2020 1196
Novelist Charles Dickinson has fond memories of Bob Frisk. Former, By Charles Dickinson May 19, 2020 271
Novelist Dickinson has fond memories of Bob Frisk. Former, By Charles Dickinson May 19, 2020 271
'How can this happen in America?' Two-time National Book Award finalist Deborah Wiles reckons with a dark moment in American history. Appell, Stephanie Interview May 1, 2020 891
Liminal Space and Minority Communities in Kate O'Brien's Mary Lavelle (1936). Finlay-Jeffrey, Amy Critical essay May 1, 2020 7658
LAW & LITERATURE / 1919 by John Dos Passos: A requiem for the defeated and outcasts. Normey, Rob May 1, 2020 1316
Korean-American novelist wins LA Times book prize. Apr 22, 2020 350
Foreseen then forgotten: How best-selling writer's only unpublished book detailed viral pandemic, lockdown and a PM in hospital ...15 years ago; Author on writing a novel that eerily predicted these testing times more than a decade ago...when publishers said it was too far-fetched. Tracey Bryce trbryce@sundaypost.com Apr 19, 2020 1139
Two writers are first to win new award in honour of novelist. Awards list Apr 16, 2020 231
Acclaimed novelist bringing Korean sci-fi literature to the West. Apr 2, 2020 1159
A perfect match: Lovable and dynamic writing duo Christina Lauren celebrate their 25th book together with The Honey-Don't List. Diehl, Amanda Interview Apr 1, 2020 906
Greed & Ghosts: More complicated, weirder and far more haunted than Station Eleven, the new novel from Emily St. John Mandel defies all expectations. Mudge, Alden Cover story Apr 1, 2020 1300
Pendulum Riders: An Analysis of Gender Positioning in Roles in Anita Shreve's All He Ever Wanted. Qureshi, Abdul Waheed; Khan, Rab Nawaz Critical essay Mar 31, 2020 4246
Taming of the Monster: Marlow's Shadow in Heart of Darkness. Khan, Muhammad Yousaf; Khattak, Nasir Jamal Critical essay Mar 31, 2020 2930
Barbara Taylor Bradford gifts Mirror readers access to brilliant unprinted novel; The star novelist said she wanted to do her bit to help take people's 'minds off the tragic world crisis', so all this week the Daily Mirror be running the book, which has never before appeared in print. By, Julie McCaffrey Mar 29, 2020 422
BOULEVARD CRAFT INTERVIEW: TEA OBREHT. Interview Mar 22, 2020 4561
Tears of Potentiality, Love of Liquid Rupture. Tsagdis, Georgios Critical essay Mar 22, 2020 7701
Salman Rushdie as Diasporic Myth-Maker: Myth and Memory in Midnight's Children. Biswas, Pooja Mittal Critical essay Mar 22, 2020 7946
Writing Young Refugees in Contemporary English Fiction: Chris Cleave's The Other Hand. Buonanno, Giovanna Critical essay Mar 22, 2020 4216
The Man in The High Castle: An Awry Reality Through Post-Truth. Edman, Timucin Bugra; Peaci, Davut; Gozen, Hacer Critical essay Mar 22, 2020 12256
Epic and Novelistic Characteristics of the Heroes in The Lord of the Rings Trilogy. Oruc, Sinem Mar 22, 2020 6534
IN MEMORIAM: As a descendant of slaves, Ernest Gaines used the eloquence of his acclaimed fiction to affirm the dignity and resilience of the human spirit. In memoriam Mar 22, 2020 469
"I Fixed the Dates" and Other Details The Logic and Illogic of Chronology and Topography in Frederic Henry's Caporetto Retreat. Roos, Michael Kim Critical essay Mar 22, 2020 6213
"Don't Write Anything that Will Bother the Italian Censor": Pasolini and the Filming of A Farewell to Arms in 1950's Italy. Mastandrea, Martina Critical essay Mar 22, 2020 6837
The Elephant's Eye and the Maji-Maji War: A Non-Anthropocentric Reading of David's African Story in The Garden of Eden. Ng, Lay Sion Critical essay Mar 22, 2020 5075
Hemingway's Military Surgeons. Monteiro, George Critical essay Mar 22, 2020 4466
The Influence of Spanish Writers on Hemingway. Monteiro, George Critical essay Mar 22, 2020 5920
Mariano Rivera: Hemingway Hero. Tackach, James Critical essay Mar 22, 2020 3470
The Origin of Mercy in A Farewell to Arms: A Speculation. Paul, Steve Critical essay Mar 22, 2020 1845
Pleasure-, and Need-Producing Mezcal. Fragmentaria. Gurguta, Lenus; Aprodu, Narcis; Preotu, Adriana; Diaconu, Ioan Florin; Pirvu, Bogdan C.S. Critical essay Mar 22, 2020 3985
"All the Fervor of a Camp-Meeting": Race and Revivalism in Uncle Tom's Cabin. Wilhelm, Julie Critical essay Mar 22, 2020 10434
The Automobile as an Epistemological Question in John O'Hara's Appointment in Samarra. Juarez, Luigi A. Critical essay Mar 22, 2020 9657
A Cosmic Shift in The Screwtape Letters. Dickieson, Brenton D.G. Critical essay Mar 22, 2020 13380
"I Wolde be there / Bygonde the water": Consolation in Pearl and The Silver Chair. Schubert, Tiffany E. Critical essay Mar 22, 2020 7765
"No Sex Please, We're Narnians": Turkish Delight, Twelfth Night, and the Problem of Susan. Gordon, Andy Critical essay Mar 22, 2020 12435
Useful Little Men: George R.R. Martin's Dwarfs as Grotesque Realists. Young, Joseph Rex Critical essay Mar 22, 2020 8392
The Inner Consistency of Mythology: The Mythological Kernel and Adaptation in The Golden Compass. Barnim, Douglas A. Critical essay Mar 22, 2020 9190
Tom Bombadil and the Spirit of Objectivity. Inkpen, Dani Critical essay Mar 22, 2020 6571
"Her Enchanted Hair": Rossetti, "Lady Lilith," and the Victorian Fascination with Hair as Influences on Tolkien. Colvin, Kathryn Critical essay Mar 22, 2020 7668
The "Polish Inkling": Professor Przemyslaw Mroczkowski as J.R.R. Tolkien's Friend and Scholar. Neubauer, Lukasz Critical essay Mar 22, 2020 13709
Tolkien's Lost Knights. Reinhard, Ben Essay Mar 22, 2020 8353
Paradise Lost on the Hills above Alba: Nostalgia in Fenoglio's Una questione privata. Crognale, Megan Critical essay Mar 22, 2020 10003
The Body and the Archive in Louise Erdrich's Future Home of the Living God. Mootz, Kaylee Jangula Critical essay Mar 22, 2020 6095
Too polite to turn down US navy.. but it helped me launch a fantastic new chapter in my life; NOVELIST SAYS STORIES HELPED HER COPE WITH TIME IN MILITARY Author on how she took up writing at desert base. / Jenny Morrison Mar 15, 2020 837
MBK chairman debuts as novelist. Mar 3, 2020 526
Hilary Mantel. Teisch, Jessica Recommended readings Mar 1, 2020 2816
Of Beasts Blond and Damned: Fascist and Hysterical Bodies and Djuna Barnes's Nightwood. Ng, Zhao Critical essay Mar 1, 2020 9583
The Taliban, a scared donkey, Outlander, a 500-year-old teacher.. and the rest is history; FORMER AFGHAN PRISONER'S NEW LIFE AS NOVELIST. Anna Burnside Feb 23, 2020 802
'True Grit' author Portis, 'our least-known great novelist,' dies at 86. Travis M. Andrews The Washington Post Obituary Feb 18, 2020 400
I feared that my father's death would plunge me back into deep depression; NOVELIST MARIAN KEYES TALKS TO HANNAH STEPHENSON ABOUT HOW LOSING HER FATHER GAVE HER WRITER'S BLOCK, AND HOW SHE'S COPED WITH THE GRIEF. HANNAH STEPHENSON Feb 15, 2020 1113
I feared that my father's death would plunge me back into deep depression; NOVELIST MARIAN KEYES TALKS TO HANNAH STEPHENSON ABOUT HOW LOSING HER FATHER GAVE HER WRITER'S BLOCK, AND HOW SHE'S COPED WITH THE GRIEF. HANNAH STEPHENSON Feb 15, 2020 1117
I feared that my father's death would plunge me back into deep depression; NOVELIST MARIAN KEYES TALKS TO HANNAH STEPHENSON ABOUT HOW LOSING HER FATHER GAVE HER WRITER'S BLOCK, AND HOW SHE'S COPED WITH THE GRIEF. HANNAH STEPHENSON Feb 13, 2020 1113
I feared that my father's death would plunge me back into deep depression; NOVELIST MARIAN KEYES TALKS TO HANNAH STEPHENSON ABOUT HOW LOSING HER FATHER GAVE HER WRITER'S BLOCK, AND HOW SHE'S COPED WITH THE GRIEF. HANNAH STEPHENSON Feb 11, 2020 1125
Isaac's opening line is a global hit - at just 7; author's son offers novel opening that goes transatlantic. SOPHIE MCCOID ECHO Reporter sophie.mccoid@trinitymirror.com @mccoidsophie Feb 7, 2020 377
The gift of staring at your shoes. Wallace, Verla Feb 7, 2020 848
Queen of Suspense novelist dies at 92. Obituary Feb 2, 2020 202
A tale of departure and return; Debut novelist Sian Collins has woven an engrossing and beautifully rendered exploration of the meaning of home - with plenty of mystery thrown in, writes Jenny White... Jenny White.. Feb 1, 2020 870
Life, liberty and the pursuit of justice: Michael Chabon and Ayelet Waldman gather with dozens of celebrated writers to remember, reflect on, criticize and celebrate a century's worth of landmark ACLU cases--and the American values they represent. Mudge, Alden Interview Feb 1, 2020 775
Give up the ghost: For the heartbroken and heart-hungry, there's no better book than The Regrets, Amy Bonnaffons' debut novel of haunted love. Bonnaffons, Amy Interview Feb 1, 2020 1155
Real-life James Bond was bird-loving naturalist who hated super-spy 007; EXCLUSIVE: Respected and famed scientist James Bond was frustrated about being overshadowed by the fictional spy created by novelist Ian Fleming. By, Peter Sheridan Jan 11, 2020 1153
Jonathan Coe announced as winner of the Costa Novel Award for 'Middle England'. Jan 8, 2020 200
Jonathan Coe announced as winner of the Costa Novel Award for 'Middle England'. Jan 8, 2020 183
From writing novels to playing Glastonbury, life is great when you're a Fun Lovin' Crime Writer; cheryl mullin catches up with wirral-born novelist luca veste. cheryl mullin Jan 6, 2020 926
OH, To BE YOUNG: Kiley Reid wants you to know three things before reading her debut novel, Such a Fun Age. Bufferd, Lauren Cover story Jan 1, 2020 1426
meet MIKE CHEN. Interview Jan 1, 2020 135
Healing after all is lost: Ann Napolitano discusses her tenderhearted novel about a boy who's the only survivor of a devastating plane crash. Vasishta, Jeff Jan 1, 2020 611
The Revival of The Handmaid's Tale: Empowering Women's Rights in the Twenty-First Century. Altaher, Bassmah B. Critical essay Jan 1, 2020 5630
NEWS. Jan 1, 2020 2328
AUTHOR-ITY AND THE FRAME TALE IN LEONARDO PADURA'S LAS CUATRO ESTACIONES. Garcia, Adrian M. Critical essay Jan 1, 2020 8153
So Long a Letter: Mariama Ba's Migrating Text. Wimberly, Meri Critical essay Jan 1, 2020 7402
Cultivating Anti-Oppressive Ethics: A Community-Grounded Reading of Caryl Phillips and J.M. Coetzee. Stefanova, Svetlana Jan 1, 2020 7673
An Interview with G. Willow Wilson. Amin, Noran Interview Jan 1, 2020 5413
Reasonable Doubt: Edward Bulwer-Lytton's A Strange Story and the Limits of Skepticism. Urban, Eliza Dickinson Critical essay Jan 1, 2020 9927
A Brief History of EPVIDS: Subjectivity and Evil Possessed Vampire Demon Swords. Wise, Dennis Wilson Critical essay Jan 1, 2020 8968
"A clown is happy only when he is somebody else": Singularity and Autobiography in Henry Miller's The Smile at the Foot of the Ladder. Clegg, John Critical essay Jan 1, 2020 5077
In Quest of Tania of Tropic of Cancer. Honda, Yasunori Jan 1, 2020 5188
Paris 1932: An Outline of an Investigation of Three Modern Novels: Louis-Ferdinand Celine's Journey to the End of the Night Samuel Beckett's Dream of Fair to Middling Women Henry Miller's Tropic of Cancer. Jensen, Finn Critical essay Jan 1, 2020 11522
Reading Gender: Negotiating the Subverted Feminine Self and Gender in Moth Smoke. Rafique, Hina; Mukhtar, Summaira Critical essay Dec 31, 2019 7678
Conceptualization of Reality in Roy's The God of Small Things: A Baudrillardian Analysis. Khan, Mohsin; Mashori, Ghulam Mustafa Critical essay Dec 31, 2019 8459
Exploring the Inner World: Study of Raja Gidh in the light of Ghazalian Theory of Soul and Freudian Psychoanalysis. Mazhar, Shumaila Critical essay Dec 31, 2019 8797
Azerbaijani writer among best-selling novelists. Dec 28, 2019 473
Feeling scared is essential for health, says novelist Hanif. Dec 25, 2019 1118
FROM IMMATERIAL TO PRECARIOUS LABOR: CONSIDERING RESTAURANT WORK IN STEWART O'NAN'S LAST NIGHT AT THE LOBSTER. Macintosh, John Dec 22, 2019 8593
Jade Winters: Storyteller: Novelist, filmmaker, out proud black woman. Dec 22, 2019 295
Image Schemas as Emotional Attractors in The Crying of Lot 49: To Live Narratives is to Feel Narratives. Silvera-Roig, Marta Critical essay Dec 22, 2019 10631
Scientist Jane Goodall, Chinese novelist Mai Jia to speak at Emirates Airline Festival of Literature. Arab News Dec 19, 2019 188
Two Egyptian novelists shortlisted for the Arab Booker award. Daily News Egypt Dec 18, 2019 215
KAT ROSENFIELD AND STAN LEE WROTE A SUPERHERO NOVEL ABOUT CANCEL CULTURE: A Trick of Light is the result of an unorthodox collaboration between the accomplished young adult novelist and the dying Spider-Man creator. Dec 1, 2019 2560
Doris Lessing, Antipsychiatry, and Bodies that Matter. Myler, Kerry Critical essay Dec 1, 2019 9555
RECREATING THE WOMB SPACE: THE UNBORN NARRATOR AND THE FEMALE BODY AS A SITE OF POWER STRUGGLE IN THE FOURTH WORLD BY DIAMELA ELTIT. Scerbo, Rosita Critical essay Dec 1, 2019 7837
GENDER AND THE QUESTION OF MODERNITY IN EARLY TWENTIETHCENTURY SPAIN: DE-ESSENTIALIZING FEMININITY IN ANGELA BARCO'S FEMINA (1910). Antorino, Thomas Critical essay Dec 1, 2019 8312
Ecological Redistribution and Historical Sustainability in Wu Ming-yi's Two Novels. Tsai, Lin-chin Critical essay Dec 1, 2019 10812
Renowned novelist, playwright Bano Qudsia remembered. Nov 29, 2019 228
Renowned novelist, playwright Bano Qudsia remembered. Nov 29, 2019 218
Renowned novelist, playwright Bano Qudsia remembered. Nov 29, 2019 228
they said what? "If he had gone to my school Boris Johnson would not now be prime minister" Novelist Lee Child. Nov 27, 2019 326
Agatha Christie gave me The Mousetrap for my ninth birthday... MARION McMULLEN DISCOVERS MURDER IS A FAMILY BUSINESS AS THE NOVELIST'S GRANDSON MATHEW PRICHARD TELLS HER ALL ABOUT HIS FAMOUS RELATIVE. MARION McMULLEN Nov 7, 2019 938
Iconic photograph from First World War in focus; Heritage: Free talk to discuss 'August Madness' image that inspired novelist. ALISTAIR MUNRO Nov 7, 2019 403
Acclaimed novelist Gaines dies at 86. Chevel Johnson and Rebecca Santana Associated Press Obituary Nov 6, 2019 448
Agatha Christie gave me The Mousetrap for my ninth birthday... MARION McMULLEN DISCOVERS MURDER IS A FAMILY BUSINESS AS THE NOVELIST'S GRANDSON MATHEW PRICHARD TELLS HER ALL ABOUT HIS FAMOUS RELATIVE. Nov 1, 2019 943
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