- The Huffington PostJul 10 05:40 AM
July 10th is the bookworm’s Day of Atonement: a holy time that honors the birth of Marcel Proust, gathering avid readers to bemoan the sins -- mostly sloth -- that have prevented them from finishing his seven-volume masterpiece In Search of Lost Time (À la recherche du temps perdu in the original French ). It numbers >4,000 pages. It redefined the novel. It ruminates beautifully on memory and...
- Arts JournalJul 15 04:09 AM
“A work in which there are theories is like an object which still has its price-tag on it.”
- Santa Barbara IndependentJul 13 12:06 AM
Celebrating two years of SBQ with the head of the Santa Barbara Trust for Historic Preservation.
- The Wall Street JournalAug 03 07:11 PM
Still relatively unknown, Gustave Caillebotte, a patron of many leading Impressionists, was a skilled painter himself.
- IlliniHQ.comAug 03 05:12 AM
Today is Monday, August 3, the 215th day of 2015. There are 150 days left in the year. read more
- The Huffington PostAug 04 01:44 PM
I consider myself to be fairly well read. Admittedly, I am only twenty-four but for the better part of the past decade, I have consistently read one hundred or so books each year. As I was reading through Michael Dirda's new collection of his literary journalism, Browsings , I came to the conclusion that I am not well read at all, at least not compared to Mr. Dirda. Michael Dirda is a Pulitzer ...
- UPIJul 10 12:32 AM
By United Press International UPI Almanac for Friday, July 10, 2015
- KWTX-TV WacoAug 03 04:40 AM
Good morning, it’s Monday August 3, it’s going to be hot, and it’s the anniversary of a shooting that touched off a decade-long feud in one Texas county.
- The Huffington PostJul 11 05:32 PM
While we live in an era where a large portion of the population likely dedicates a large portion of their leisurely reading time glossing over 140 character snippets from friends, family, and celebrities via Twitter, there is an alternative for brave individuals, the novel. The debate of whether people actually read novels anymore is overplayed, and stated to extremes at times. However, the ...
- ABC NewsJul 08 03:00 PM
Scientists hope to help patients cope with memories of trauma.
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