- The GuardianMay 22 03:00 AM
In the 1980s everybody was reading The Unbearable Lightness of Being and The Book of Laughter and Forgetting. But, as he publishes a novel for the first time in a dozen years, what is the Czech writer’s reputation today – and is it irretrievably damaged by his portrayal of women? On the first page of Milan Kundera’s new novel published in France last year when its author was 85 a man is walking...
- Minnesota Public RadioMay 27 04:23 AM
Thirteen summer releases that will put a cherry on top of your summer reading sundae.
- AFP Relax News via Yahoo! NewsMay 11 02:49 AM
Harper Lee, Stephen King, Sophie Kinsella... whatever your desire, from tackling a new classic to cracking open a guilty pleasure, we've got suggestions for a few soon-to-release novels to pack in your getaway bag this summer. This much-awaited book was written before Lee's only published novel, "To Kill a Mockingbird," and follows the latter's Scout Finch as an adult on a trip to visit her ...
- Brisbane TimesMay 11 05:58 PM
A playful, dense and enigmatic study of intimate relationships.
- rediff.comMay 20 07:28 AM
Any subject is good enough for producing good art. Piku, and its obsession with 'emotion resulting from motion' is a perfect example, says Mohammad Asim Siddiqui.
- Devils Lake JournalMay 18 01:01 PM
Don’t want to spend your beach days flipping through tabloid mags? Looking for something to read on the airplane flight to your summer vacation destination? We’ve rounded up some of the summer’s hottest book releases.
- Hartford CourantMay 06 03:17 PM
HARTFORD — Samuel Gompers, Big Bill Haywood and the Pullman porters may be coming to a classroom near you.
- rediff.comMay 06 10:34 PM
The ordinary life lived in Pakistan is rarely a part of Indian imagination. This is this gap that Pakistani television serials have succeeded in bridging, says Mohammad Asim Siddiqui.
“Curiosity craves otherness”: The author of “The Empathy Exams” talks about the trick of fiction with writer Austin BunnSalon.comMay 04 04:14 PM
Who reads novels and why, growing up with the pressure to be interesting, losing the plum-colored bruises, and more
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