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  1. Next Up for WSJ Book Club: 'To the Lighthouse'

    The Wall Street JournalJul 07 01:11 PM

    Mark Haddon, author of the best-selling “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time,” picks Virginia Woolf’s “To the Lighthouse” for the WSJ Book Club.

  2. Fifty years ago last month, a lacerating, dark comedy-drama opened in theaters, helping change the landscape of American cinema. “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” – based on Edward Albee’s Tony-winning play – not only captured that landmark American drama’s game-changing interpersonal dynamics,...

  3. Eileen Atkins has reportedly penned a film script for Vita & Virginia, her play that chronicles the romance between writers Virginia Woolf and Vita Sackville-West.

  4. Chanya Button’s BIFA-nominated debut feature film Burn Burn Burn made its world premiere at the London Film Festival last year.

  5. The Trump Campaign Just Became Literature

    The Atlantic WireJun 28 09:42 AM

    Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie has a new short story: a Virginia Woolf-inflected ode to Melania Trump.

  6. Black demands and white fears

    Chicago TribuneJul 13 01:33 PM

    The June 10, 1966, cover of Life magazine is a gauge of how much America has changed — and how much it hasn't. It featured a photo of Elizabeth Taylor from her movie "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" — which it described as a "shocker" that "shatters the rules of censorship." Today the film wouldn't...

  7. The transition of Donald Trump from loud-mouthed businessman to potential leader of the free world is one that many may wish had stayed in the realm of dystopian fiction. But it is his wife Melania who may live on in London literary circles.

  8. Arts preview: ‘Last Words’

    Columbus AliveJul 20 07:53 PM

    Eileen Woods’ “Last Words” is inspired by actual last words of the dying, the words inscribed on textile-based mixed-media pieces that have been treated, worn and adorned with accessories. The text is not necessarily the focus of each piece, but rather the metaphorical torn fabric. Words come from, among others, classic writers Victor Hugo and Virginia Woolf, a death row inmate, a hospice ...

  9. The Trump Campaign Just Became Literature

    The Atlantic via Yahoo! NewsJun 28 09:31 AM

    “Melania decided she would order the flowers herself.” So begins the new short story from Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, the first such work commissioned by, and for, The New York Times Book Review. The paper gave the acclaimed writer—author of Americanah and Half of a Yellow Sun, and the recipient of a MacArthur Genius grant—a broad assignment: Write anything about this election season you like.

  10. Take a stand for your back

    India Today Group News via Yahoo! India NewsJul 15 06:07 AM

    Sitting for long hours can have adverse effects. Be on your feet, take frequent breaks and walk for your own good.

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