Literature

The Shetland Literature Festival is now open

Mary Paulson-Ellis 2019 Photo: Chris Scott The Shetland Arts literature festival, Wordplay, kicked off its 20th anniversary celebrations on Wednesday with a five-day celebration of the written word. Hosted by author Malachy Tallack, this year’s festival features guest authors of local, national and international acclaim for readings, workshops and school …

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Pityriasis Rosea-like rash as a possible dermatological manifestation after Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine: case report and brief review of the literature. »- Pedrazini – – Dermatological therapy

Pityriasis pink (RA) has manifested in patients with COVID-19 as well as after vaccination protocols against SARS-CoV-2. It has a possible association with the HHV-6B virus (infantile roseola) and can be controlled with antivirals such as acyclovir as well as the amino acid L-Lysine which has shown a positive result …

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where to start with his literature – the Calvert Journal

László Krasznahorkai is probably the best-known contemporary Hungarian author. Her work received the International Booker Prize in 2015, the National Book Award for Translated Literature in 2019, and the America Award for Lifetime Contribution to International Writing in 2014, among many others. Known for his breathtaking and demanding prose and …

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True tales: water problems | Cantonal citizen

By George T. Comeau Historic flooding in the 1880s observed at the Revere & Son mill (Courtesy of the Canton Historical Society) The following is an excerpt from “Water Problems,” the latest installment of True Tales from Canton’s Past by local historian George T. Comeau. It has been a very …

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