- ForbesJul 01 07:56 AM
After a night out in Paris—one involving three too many glasses of champagne and many hours of dancing at hole-in-the-wall hip-hop haunts in the lively Bastille district—a lavish breakfast is a must. But why should the fabulous-fete vibe end with the morning after?
In the Static of the Cosmos/Critical raves for "Book of Numbers," an audacious new novel by Joshua Cohen, have thrust ...GlobeNewswire via Yahoo! FinanceJun 30 05:30 AM
MANCHESTER, NH, N.H. -- I've spent a decade entirely broke, published by small presses, read by no one," Joshua Cohen told The New York Times in a June 12th interview. The occasion was the imminent ...
- Press Trust of IndiaJun 30 02:02 AM
New Delhi, Jun 30 (PTI) A 1947 novel by one of Hindi literature's best-known names Upendranath Ashk, which offers an intimate portrait of lower-middle-class life in the 1930s is now available in English.
- Los Angeles TimesJun 19 02:00 PM
If you're on the trail of Ernest Hemingway in Paris, you can't pass up the Ritz. Except for now, you'll have to.
- Sydney Morning HeraldJun 15 06:18 PM
Belle Epoque compositions reflect complex synthesis of French sensibility and German form.
- DawnJun 15 07:15 AM
'Show me the money!' I say. Out comes a Russian note from 1904, a half-a-century old 10,00000 Lira note (Turkish currency), the most colourful 10,000 currency note I have ever seen from Uganda, and coins holding religious significance from the Khilafat period.
- Daily NewsJun 09 02:27 PM
It is observed that the most significant impact that had had on the modern creative works like the short story and the novel had been the folk tale.
- San Francisco ChronicleJun 01 12:33 PM
Please note this schedule is subject to change. Saturday, June 6 10 a.m. Roots of Violence: Åsne Seierstad (“One of Us: The Story of Anders Breivik”), Mac McClelland (“Irritable Hearts: A PTSD Love Story”), Lars Fredrik Svendsen (“A Philosophy of Evil”), moderated by Adam Hochschild (“Leopold’s Ghost”) Few other species turn on their own members with the ferocity that human beings demonstrate ...
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