- Australian Broadcasting CorporationJul 23 06:44 PM
Geordie Williamson reviews Go Set a Watchman, The Festival of Insignificance, and Patrick Modiano's two novellas Little Jewel and Paris Nocturne, which have just been translated into English.
- The Christian Science MonitorJul 09 06:15 AM
Nina George's international bestseller features good food, talk of love, and picturesque scenes of rural France.
- RTÉ NewsJul 07 07:05 AM
A half-Jewish ethnic Serb born in 1935 in Subotica, then in the Kingdom of Yugoslavia, Danilo Kiš’s father and many members of his extended family were murdered in Auschwitz.
- The Globe and MailJul 15 12:33 PM
I moved to the Czech capital in search of European writers, but wound up with an American right out of Norman Rockwell
- The North Coast JournalJul 30 01:16 AM
Places in California confuse me. When I first moved here I went with friends to the Colorado River south of Lake Havasu and, instead of raging whitewater, I found what seemed like a canal with barren desert and RV parking lots on each side. Death Valley turned out to be beautiful.
- The GuardianJul 29 07:02 AM
Not much is fair in love during war, from Odysseus’s test of Penelope’s faithfulness to Nineteen Eighty-Four’s doomed Winston and Julia There are endless ways to start a novel. One ill-advised way would be to start with the protagonist making coffee … pouring milk … adding sugar. Stirring spoon. Even worse advised would be to wait … until the water boils. Continue reading...
- Lusaka TimesJul 19 07:36 AM
HH speaking to Journalists just before casting his vote The opposition United Party for National Development (UPND) President Hakainde Hichilema has charged that presidential pardon has now become a tool of corruption.
- The GuardianJul 05 10:00 AM
When it sold for $58m, his Balloon Dog became the most expensive artwork by a living artist. Are the critics right to dismiss his work as ‘smug’ and ‘baloney’, or is he justified in saying it teaches us a vital lesson about materialism? Several years ago, Jeff Koons and his wife, Justine, took a turn around the Palace of Versailles near Paris, where an exhibition of his work had just opened ...
- The GuardianJul 11 12:00 AM
From a study of beachcombing to the year’s best crime fiction, leading authors recommend favourites and reveal what books they’ll be packing for the summer holidays I have long been meaning to read the classic novel set in Ghana, Search Sweet Country , by Kojo Laing (McSweeney’s) and will finally do so in the next weeks. I am looking forward to Elizabeth Alexander’s The Light of the World (Grand...
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