Literature

A case report of renal calyx diverticulum in hypertensive children and review of the literature

A cystic lesion of the renal parenchyma covered by transitional epithelium was known as a renal calyx diverticulum. Although there is no conclusive evidence that calyx diverticulum causes hypertension, there was a strong connection between the 2, and there were a few articles on the subject. The diagnosis and management …

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Geetanjali Shree, shortlisted author by International Booker

In a historic moment, Geetanjali Shree has become the first Indian author to have her work shortlisted for the International Booker Prize. hindi novel, Ret Samadhi has been translated into English as sand tomb by Daisy Rockwell. Shree is no stranger to literary stardom. Her previous novels such as Mai …

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Book Review: Translation Initiative Brings Tamil Literature to the World

Sfrom 2017, the Tamil Nadu Textbook and Educational Services Corporation (TNTB&ESC) has established itself as an enabler in the Indian publishing landscape with the express aim of “promoting Tamil Nadu literature and culture”. Its co-publishing initiative, “Taking Tamil to the World”, was launched in 2021 with the publication of six …

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Research review shows self-esteem has long-term benefits

In recent years, self-esteem has fallen out of favor in scientific literature and in popular media as an important factor in life outcomes. But a large new study by psychologists at the University of California, Davis and the University of Bern suggests that high self-esteem can have a positive influence …

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“Literature reflects society”, says the author on the release of the book: The Tribune India

Tribune press service Jalandhar, April 12 A book ‘Suttey Shehar Da Safar’ authored by Professor Jaswant Singh Gandam was released today by GNA University President-Pro-Chancellor Gurdeep Singh Sihra in a brief ceremony held on campus university. GNA University, Punjabi Virsa Trust and Punjabi Lekhak Sabha Phagwara had jointly …

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The SJU hosts an international conference on “National Literatures and Transnational Textuality” | MorungExpress

Participants at the three-day international conference organized by the Department of English at St Joseph’s University. DIMAPUR, APRIL 10 (MExN): The English Department of St. Joseph’s University of Nagaland organized a three-day international conference on “National Literatures and Transnational Textuality” from April 6-8. The conference was organized by Professor Selvin …

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Research explores neurocognitive profile, cognitive impairment in MDD

The study supports evidence for long-term impairment in memory and executive function. A review of the literature provided new insights into the clinical neurocognitive profile in major depressive disorder (MDD) and its relationship to cognitive deficits. Investigators from the University of Bergen in Bergen, Norway, searched PsycINFO, Embase, and Medline …

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Elon University / Today in Elon / Across all disciplines (and a pandemic), the Elon connection yields a co-authored book chapter

English teacher Megan Isaac mentored Honorary Scholar and Environmental and Sustainable Studies major Lucy Garcia ’23 to write a book chapter on how to teach through LGBTQIA-themed young adult novels. Lucy Garcia ’23 is an Environmental and Sustainability Studies major. Megan Isaac is an English teacher. How they hooked up …

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Six ALP courses to complete your fall schedule

Speaking to my peers at Trinity majors, everyone is still scrambling to complete the graduation requirements not covered by their majors. For me, this meant taking science classes and learning a foreign language, but for many students this is one of the biggest scheduling challenges they will face. For many, …

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Sara Suleri Goodyear dies; The ‘Meatless Days’ memoirist was 68

The daughter of a prominent Pakistani journalist and a mother of Welsh descent, Dr Suleri Goodyear has traveled a multitude of worlds. She was born in Karachi and spent part of her education in Britain before returning to Pakistan to study in Lahore. She then moved to the United States, …

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Current guidelines, appropriate monitoring recommendations for therapies used in adult sarcomas

Pharmacy hours interviewed Christy S. Harris, PharmD, BCOP, FHOPA, Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice, Massachusetts College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences and Clinical Pharmacy Specialist, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, discusses her presentation at the Association of hematology/oncology on the treatment of adult sarcomas, including guidelines for common therapies and appropriate monitoring …

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An afternoon dedicated to the treasure of Punjabi literature: The Tribune India

Tribune press service Amritsar, March 28 It was an afternoon of insightful exploration of Punjabi literature, its relevance and status in the contemporary context as eminent literary figures shared a common stage at Majha House. The Prabha Khaitan Foundation, in association with Majha House, organized a one-day meeting …

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Without an ideological background, literature cannot grow: Kapase

“Without any reflection and contemplation, a literary work cannot be produced. Literature requires a group and an organization. And without any ideological background, literature cannot develop,” writer Gurulinga Kapase said on Saturday. Inaugurating the 14th ‘Zilla Kannada Sahitya Sammelana’ in Dharwad on Saturday, Gurulilnga Kapase said Kannada writers were study-oriented …

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Bharat Bhavan set to host Bhopal Literature and Arts Festival

Bhopal (Madhya Pradesh): Bharat Bhavan is ready to host the highly anticipated 4th season of the Bhopal Literature and Arts Festival which kicks off on Friday, with a number of authors and literature lovers in attendance. The Society for Culture and the Environment will organize the festival in hybrid mode …

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Most literature finds more foot and ankle injuries on artificial turf

March 22, 2022 2 minute read Source/Disclosures Published by: Source: Gould HP, et al. Paper 68. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons; March 22-26, 2022; Chicago. Disclosures: Gould reports no relevant financial information. ADD A SUBJECT TO EMAIL ALERTS Receive an email when new …

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Neev Literature Festival 2022: registration open until March 31, see details here

The deadline to register for the Neev Literature Festival 2022 is March 31. Neev Literature Festival 2022: registration open until March 31, see details here The Neev Literature Festival is back with its second edition of the NLF Reading Challenge for Junior Readers. The four-month reading challenge from March to …

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Towards a Literature of Sign Language ‹ Literary Hub

When I was eight, I transferred from a school for the deaf to my local elementary school. It was a shock; the school for the deaf, where I was surrounded by deaf and sign-language classmates, was the only learning environment I ever experienced. Now I was thrown into a place …

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2022 Lambda Literary Excellence in LGBTQ+ Literature Nominees

Originally founded in 1987 as a literary journal for gay and lesbian books based at Lambda Rising Bookstore in DC, Lambda Literary – under the direction of L. Page (Deacon) Maccubbin – has grown over the decades. Now, alongside the Enlightened Review, Lambda holds nonprofit status, hosts a writers retreat …

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Best-selling author to speak at Cranbrook Literature Festival

Bestselling author Lisa Jewell. Photo by Andrew Whitton Christine Newman writes: Best-selling author Lisa Jewell will be in Cranbrook to talk about her many novels on March 24. Organized by the Cranbrook Literature Festival, this is a long-awaited event that had already been postponed due to the covid pandemic. Cranbrook …

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100 years ago in Spokane: ‘Director of Americanization’ details propaganda the American Legion plans to spread to counter ‘anti-American literature’

Dr. William C. Hicks of Spokane explained his goals as the new “director of Americanization work” for the American Legion. “We are engaged in preventative work,” he said. “We hope to arrange for every child in Washington to be inculcated in the principles of government. … No enemy of our …

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As a person of color, studying English literature is a battleground

Four years of English literature and I still don’t belong OpinionsMariana Chajon Oliveros — Posted March 10, 2022 5 minutes Making my way to a master’s degree shouldn’t be that hard. Graphic Mariana Chajon Oliveros Every time I look at my grades on Moodle I feel like my whole college …

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AWARDS FOR LITERATURE 2021 – An Opportunity for Writers and Compilers

The 2021 Literature Awards were organized by The 2 Am Thoughts organization to recognize and motivate aspiring writers among today’s youth. The 2 Am Thoughts organization provides a national-level platform for writers to express their creativity and improve their skills. They have been in service for three years and have …

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Ukrainian with local links | Eyewitness News

WILKES-BARRE, LUZERNE COUNTY (WBRE/WYOU) — Just under two weeks ago, a woman was forced to flee Ukraine with her four-year-old son. She was once an international student at Wyoming Valley West High School. Plane crash survivors return to church and meet the volunteers who saved them Nataliia Paskal is originally …

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Prominent writers urge Russian speakers to tell the truth about the war in Ukraine | Ukraine

A group of prominent writers has called on Russian speakers around the world to spread the truth about the war in Ukraine by directly contacting Russian citizens using “all possible means of communication”. Among the 17 signatories to the appeal is Nobel Laureate Svetlana Alexievich, a Belarusian author who writes …

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Literary festival brings diversity through literature – The Western Carolinian

Western Carolina University will host its 20and Annual Spring Literary Festival March 14-17 at the AK Hinds University Center Theater. Admission is free for all and masks are encouraged. This festival presents writers from all over the world with diverse backgrounds. These published writers will be on campus to present …

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Fay B. Kaigler Children’s Book Festival, Ezra Jack Keats Book Award Ceremony for Virtual Presentations April 6-8

Tue 03/01/2022 – 3:38 pm | From: David Tisdale All things related to the wonder and joy of children’s literature are on the agenda April 6-8 when the University of Southern Mississippi’s School of Library and Information Studies (SLIS) ( USM) presents, online, the annual Fay B. Kaigler Children’s Book …

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Kate in Paris: Museums – The Tufts Daily

Come across a museum in Paris seemed almost as common as going back and forth to the “bakeries” that seemingly dot every corner of the city. Well, maybe not to the same degree – Paris enjoys an amazing More than 30,000 bakeries and nearly 300 museums – but it certainly …

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VIRL’s online art and literature magazine is now available in print – Nanaimo News Bulletin

Readers can now hold an online magazine about Vancouver Island art and literature in their hands. This week, the Vancouver Island Regional Library presents its second issue of Sea and Cedar. The publication, an initiative of the Nanaimo Harbourfront Library, features the work of 16 writers and two visual artists …

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Electronic Literature (Digital Literature) Market by Application, Product, Type, Industry Share, Market Size, Growth Rate, Opportunities, Regional Analysis and Forecast to 2021-2028

Global Electronic Literature (Digital Literature) Market The research report covers the analysis of key drivers influencing market growth, opportunities, challenges and the risks faced by key manufacturers and the market as a whole. It also covers the impact of COVID19 on the e-literature (digital literature) market. This report contains an …

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Queen’s honors Professor Emeritus Anna Matzov | Queen’s Gazette

The Queen’s community remembers Professor Emeritus Anna Matzov, who died on January 16. She was 88 years old. Dr Matzov taught Russian language and literature at Queen’s for 30 years and was a recognized authority on Boris Pasternak (Dr Zhivago), and Mikhail Bakhtin and literary criticism. Dr. Matzov was born …

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The problem with the pandemic conspiracy

“I had no particular ambition to write about the pandemic, but it was like a giant tree trunk that fell my way,” said Ian McEwan, whose upcoming novel, “Lessons,” follows a 1940s British man in his twilight years. in 2021, while living alone in London during confinement, looking back on …

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Bringing Nepalese Literature to the World

There is a growing emphasis on translation around the world these days, adds Baral, and many publishers now publish more translated works than before. Witness the widespread popularity of authors like Haruki Murakami, Elena Ferrante, Olga Tokarczuk, Han Kang and Mieko Kawakami. speaking in tongues But translation itself is not …

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Bengali poet Jibanananda Das picked up on Tagore’s legacy by not trying ‘too hard’

JIbanananda Das is considered one of the forerunners of modernist poetry in Bengali literature. Considered an avant-garde at the time he was writing, he was one of the most talented figures of Bengali poets after Rabindranath Tagore. Although Das is now a canonized literary figure, he never received his due …

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Author hopes children’s literature can spark conversation about mental health

For children’s author Sheree Fitch, developing empathy and compassion is only part of the mental health puzzle. For some children and adults, the missing piece is often learning to turn that compassion inward. It’s the difference between being a good person on the outside and being a resilient person on …

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Late writer’s services to literature hailed – Newspaper

PESHAWAR: Speakers at a condolence conference paid rich tributes to late Sufi Bashir Ahmad for serving literature and scholars. The reference was organized by the Gandhara Hindko Board for Bashir Ahmad, who was popular with literary circles in Peshawar as Sufi Bashir and died recently in Peshawar at the age …

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Cheshire: Don’t miss your chance to enter a literature competition

WORDSMITHS has an extra chance to enter Cheshire’s largest free literary competition. A month is now ticking to enter as the deadline for the 2021 Cheshire Literature Prize hosted by the University of Chester and the Storyhouse Cultural Center has been extended to Wednesday 9 March. The annual competition offers …

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Access to diverse literature can make children more understanding, accepting, and loving of everyone.

Access to diverse literature can make children more understanding, accepting, and loving of everyone. (Leah Hogsten | The Salt Lake Tribune) Four of nine books that have been removed from schools in the Canyons School District and indicted, November 23, 2021. The Bluest Eye by Toni Morrison, Gender Queer by …

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On the 1863 novel that predicted the Internet, cars, skyscrapers, and electronic dance music. ‹ Literary Center

February 8, 2022, 4:18 p.m. Today we celebrate the 194th birthday of Jules Verne, novelist, poet, playwright and, ultimately, seer. Often described as the “Father of Science Fiction”, Verne accurately predicted the invention of (and many details about) the submarine in 20000 Leagues Under the Sea; his history In the …

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Announcement of the long list of the SheThePeople Women Writer’s Prize

Twelve novels, including four translated works, are on the long list of the inaugural SheThePeople Women Writer’s Prize. Among the shortlisted books are A death at Shonagachhi (Rijula ​​Das), A mirror made of rain (Naheed Phiroze Patel) Swan Brotherhood (Selma Carvalho) The Begum and the Dastan (Tarana Husain Khan) The …

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New Philadelphia bookstore specializes in rare black literature

💌 Do you like Philly? Sign up for Billy Penn’s free newsletter to get everything you need to know about Philadelphia, every day. Anyabwile Love had planned to wait until spring to open Bailey Street Books. But when a previous opportunity arose to launch his bookstore and community center in …

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Gorrie wins the 2022 Victorian Prize for Literature

February 4, 2022 @booksandpublishing Veronica Gorrie won Australia’s richest literary prize, the $100,000 Victorian Prize for Literature, for her first memoir Black and Blue: A Memoir on Racism and Resilience (Scribe), at the Victorian Premier’s Literary Awards (VPLAs) 2022. Gorrie also won the Indigenous Writing Award and was shortlisted in …

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Helicon Literary & Arts Magazine Encourages Creativity at Northwestern

From intricate 20-page prose to moving short stories and poems, Helicon — Northwestern’s student-run arts and literature magazine — celebrates all forms of creative expression. The magazine, one of the oldest publications on campus, allows students to experiment with screenplays, creative non-fiction, and fiction. The art section features visual media …

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Minnesota Book Awards finalists announced

The finalists have been announced for this year’s Minnesota Book Awards, and with a few exceptions, it’s mostly a list of first-time nominees. Winners will be honored in April at the Minnesota Book Awards gala, which will take place in person this year after two years of virtual ceremonies. Here …

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21 Best Classic Books of All Time – Classic Literature Everyone Will Love

rd.com, through amazon.com (9) Read your way through these classic books Storytelling has been around since the dawn of time, and through it all, humans have woven stories of love, hate, morality, and culture. With the advent of book printing – historians point to first millennium China as the origin …

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20 UM Scientists and Engineers Named 2021 AAAS Fellows

The University of Michigan led the nation with 20 faculty members elected as 2021 Fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. UM researchers are among 564 scientists, engineers and innovators, spanning 24 scientific disciplines, who are recognized for their scientifically and socially distinguished achievements, the AAAS announced. …

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‘Devil’s Arithmetic’ author wins Sydney Taylor Book Award for lifetime achievement in Jewish children’s literature

(JTA) — Jane Yolen, the acclaimed and prolific children’s book author whose over 400-book oeuvre includes the bestselling Holocaust time-travel novel “The Devil’s Arithmetic,” has been honored for his writing career by the Association of Jewish Libraries. Yolen received the Body-of-Work award from this year’s Sydney Taylor Book Awards, which …

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‘Even though she gave the store away, it’s her legacy’: Book Cellar changes ownership

After more than 40 years, Canada’s northernmost independent bookstore has a new owner who says she will focus on preserving the legacy of community development through literature. Jennifer Baerg Steyn bought the store from founder Judith Drinnan, who started the Book Cellar in the 1970s with a loan. Jennifer Baerg …

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Britain’s Crystal Wilkinson, 2022 NAACP Image Award finalist

Kentucky Poet Laureate’s book of poetry, “Perfect Black” (University Press of Kentucky), is nominated in the category “Outstanding Literary Work – Poetry”. The NAACP Image Awards program highlights the achievements of people of color through television, music, literature and film, and the promotion of social justice through their creative endeavours. …

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Zekelman Holocaust Center opens new exhibit

Mikhal Kovner, a member of the paper brigade, sorts through documents at YIVO. (Courtesy of Moreshet Archive, Anielevich Memorial Holocaust Study and Research Center) “The Book Smugglers: Supporters, Poets, and the Race to Save Jewish Treasures from the Nazis” runs until May 31, 2022. Owould you risk your life to …

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Mathrubhumi Weekly celebrates its 90th anniversary | 90th Anniversary Weekly Mathrubhumi

Kozhikode: Mathrubhumi Weekly celebrated its 90th anniversary on Tuesday. It was on January 18, 1932 that Mathrubhumi Weekly released its first edition. Mathrubhumi, who has allied himself with the nation’s independence movement, published his weekly with a focus on creativity and science. Deputy Editor Subhash Chandran hands the latest weekly …

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Review of COVID-19 results in SCD, SCT

New data from an extensive review of the literature found that although most studies reported mild to moderate disease progression related to COVID-19 in patients with sickle cell disease (SCD) or sickle cell trait (SCT), the literature suggests that SCD is associated with an increased risk of hospitalization and death …

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Huayi Cao is the non-executive director of China Literature Limited (HKG: 772) and just won 1.4% more shares

Those who follow with Limited Chinese literature (HKG: 772) will no doubt be intrigued by the recent share purchase by Huayi Cao, the non-executive director of the company, who spent HK $ 24million on shares at an average price of HK $ 48.37. It is undeniable that a purchase of …

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“Writing in verse was both extremely demanding and very rewarding”: Amitav Ghosh

Writing in verse format comes with its own set of challenges, but is hugely rewarding, says 2018 Jnanpith Prize winner and acclaimed author Amitav Ghosh. Gosh’s Jungle Nama: A Sundarban Story, which is in verse format, has now been converted into an audiobook available on Audible, read by Pakistani writer …

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President calls for more literary works for children | Society

President Nguyen Xuan Phuc (Photo: VNA) Hanoi (VNA) – President Nguyen Xuan Phuc attended a ceremony in Hanoi on January 9 to launch a campaign on the creation of literary works for children and to present the first young author’s prize. The campaign focuses on two genres of prose and …

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10 things to consider before planning a major in English literature

English Literature is a subject that can change your life and make you a different person. This is what graduates of this subject say. It changes your perspective on world issues and makes you quite a cultured person. It is a vast subject which, if you take it seriously, can …

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Banning books helps politicians but hurts students

But no, it’s not the 50s or 60s. It is 2022, and our “leaders” are trying to ban books. Where is the outcry from those people who were so alarmed when they thought Dr Seuss’ books were banned? In fact, they only stopped reprinting six of his books, a decision …

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Amherst Regional High School unveils new course offerings for next fall

AMHERST – Disabled Justice Literature, Textile Arts and Introduction to Dance featuring hip hop, house and lockdown are among the new courses expected to be taught at Regional High School in ‘Amherst next fall. The offerings, developed by eight teachers, were approved earlier this month in a unanimous vote by …

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Minneapolis poet and homeless champion Ethna McKiernan dies at 70

Some people are dedicated to sharing culture, creating art, or helping others. Ethna McKiernan was passionate about all three. She helped spread Irish culture, wrote acclaimed poetry and worked to serve the homeless. “She has given more to others than anyone I have ever known,” said her son, Conor Moe …

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The great irony around the deniers of the Scottish language and Auld Lang Syne

THIS year has seen what has been dubbed the Renaissance in Scottish literature, but it has also brought a renewed amount of classist and nationalist abuse against supporters of the language – myself included. I published my first novel this year, and the only one-star reviews it received were from …

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Book: These “forgotten” rejections shaped by Black Allumé

Share this Item You are free to share this article under the Attribution 4.0 International license. A new book explores how a story of rejection shaped African American literature and activism for generations to come. While scholars have explored some of the historical periods that gave rise to contemporary African-American …

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New podcast chronicles the violent crimes of literary greats

Writing about crime is something a multitude of writers have done over the years. Committing crimes, on the other hand, is somewhat less of a popular activity among the literary community. But in New York City in 1981, the lives of three writers unexpectedly converged when one stabbed a man …

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IT WAS THE DAYS: The Manikodi movement

Chennai: Poetry may be the essence of a language, but prose is its main body. Since the Sangam period, Tamil has had an unbalanced affinity with poetry. The twentieth century and especially Madras broke this noose and gave prose a chance to proliferate. The growth of prose was astronomical and …

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Book on Chef Vikas Khanna’s “Feed India” initiative to be published on December 27

The new book by famous chef Vikas Khanna, Barkat: The inspiration and story behind one of the world’s biggest food drives FEED INDIA, will arrive in the stands on December 27, announced Penguin Random House India (PRHI). In the book, Khanna talks about her ‘Feed India’ initiative, touted as one …

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Recommendation for SF to inform voters of the database

The Data Protection Commissioner (DPC) recommended that Sinn Féin inform voters of its Abú database with an opinion on all canvassing and campaign literature. In a report released today, the commissioner said this should continue as long as the Abú database continues to exist. Today’s post follows reports in the …

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‘Language conservation is the biggest challenge for GenNext’ | Nagpur News

Manohar Mhaisalkar has been a name synonymous with Vidarbha Sahitya Sangh (VSS) for over four decades now. VSS, a 99-year-old literary organization, represents Marathi literary activity throughout the central region of India, and Mhaisalkar has been associated with it for 48 years, nearly 20 as its president. Mhaisalkar is neither …

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Two of us with Jane Austen Society of Australia President Susannah Fullerton and NSW Dickens Society President Walter Mason

We have lunch together quite often, or he comes to my house for coffee. We’re talking about food: Walter’s partner Thang is Vietnamese, and Walter is very knowledgeable about Vietnamese food and culture as well as books. I think Emma is the greatest novel in the world, while Walter rolls …

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How Ms. Claus embodied 19th-century debates on women’s rights

Clement Clarke Moore’s 1823 poem “Account of a Visit from St. Nicholas” redefined Christmas in America. As historian Steven Nissenbaum explains in “The Battle for Christmas,” Moore’s secular Saint Nick weakened religious associations for the holiday, turning it into a family celebration that culminated with Santa’s toy deliveries on the …

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What’s so awesome about Great-Books courses?

Undergraduate teachers, regardless of background, can play the role of a transitional parent figure, someone that students can talk to who is unaware of their personal or social life, someone who will leave the car keys no questions asked. And students benefit from learning about how universities work and discussing …

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On Etihad Rail, economics, climate change and literature

Etihad Rail will thus not only help transform our economic life; it will add a little romanticism Image Credit: Gulf News No mode of transportation is as romantic as a train. As long as they existed, trains were most likely part of the world literature of the late 18th century. …

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Two books that helped me manage my time

My time management – an essential part of work-life balance – leans more towards the aspiration than the realist. That’s why I’m often late at worst and right on time at best. My natural optimism is reflected in my planning, and as a result, I mentally build a schedule that …

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Nashik’s literary encounter ends; Pawar urges people to pass Marathi literature on to the next generation

NCP chief Sharad Pawar on Sunday urged people to make efforts to pass Marathi literature on to the next generation and said the state government should undertake a program for the overall growth of the Marathi language. He also said that the idea of ​​providing Marathi education at graduation and …

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Pashto book launched on Swat literature and culture – Journal

PESHAWAR: Scholars and scholars gathered here on Friday to express their views on a new title in Pashto, “Da Swat Pakhto Adab auo Saqafat” (Pashtun Literature and Culture of Swat), written by Professor Mohammad Ali Dinakhel. The book launching ceremony was held here under the auspices of Pohantoon Adabi Stori …

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Jeffrey Archer, Arundhati Roy and Wendy Doniger to attend Kerala Literature Festival 2022

Best-selling author Jeffrey Archer, Booker-Prize-winning novelist Arundhati Roy, American writer-filmmaker Chris Kraus and acclaimed American indologue Wendy Doniger are among 400 speakers attending the sixth Kerala Literature festival (KLF) , which will begin on Jan. 20, organizers announced Thursday. To be held on the beaches of Kozhikode, the four-day literary …

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Rewards stimulate creatives to carry out their projects

WARWICK SMITH / Stuff Kane Parsons’ next project is The Legend of Okatia and how she shaped Te Āpiti, the gorge of Manawatū. Son Kippy Hehir-Parsons, 4, was present when he performed a previous play for Te Marae o Hine / The Square. Palmerston North musician and songwriter Kane Parsons …

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A new English version of “The Arabian Nights” is the first by a woman

November 27, 2021 The Thousand and One Nights Annotated. Translated by Yasmine Seale. Edited by Paulo Lemos Horta. Right of exploitation; 816 pages; $ 45 and £ 30 IIT’S A of the oldest fables in the world and among the most traveled. From 8th century India and Persia, “1001 Nights” …

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New grant to support the programming of the Dickens Project in the coming year

The Dickens Project, a multi-campus research unit based at UC Santa Cruz focused on the study of 19th-century English-speaking literature and culture, recently received a $ 50,000 grant from the National Endowment of the Humanities (NEH) in support of its 2022 programs. “We are delighted to receive this NEH grant, …

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Justus Rosenberg, professor and last surviving member of a group that smuggled intellectuals out of Nazi-held Europe, has died aged 100

(JTA) – Justus Rosenberg, a professor whose long career in teaching literature was preceded by a remarkable tenure in the French resistance during World War II, died last month at the age of 100 . Rosenberg was a professor at Bard College in Annandale-on-Hudson, New York for decades, where he …

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Rawah couldn’t find any novels representing her community, so she wrote hers.

Arja’s debut novel “The F Team” has now been shortlisted for a variety of prestigious Australian literary awards, including the 2021 Prime Minister’s Literary Awards announced last month, in the Young Adult Literature category. His book follows young Lebanese boy Tariq, a student at Punchbowl High, who is set to …

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A Look at Northwestern Literature | Events

Yourika Enoumi Now that the days are getting darker and more dreary, there’s no better time to romanticize life in the Northwest. Ann Spiers’ novel “Back Cut” and David Berger’s book “Razor Clams: Buried Treasure of the Pacific Northwest” showcase the best of Washington, both artistically and practically. The two …

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Emirates Airline Festival of Literature announces 2022 author list

The Emirates Airline Festival of Literature has announced its 2022 lineup, the selection paying homage to the source literature behind some of today’s most compelling films and series. Bridgerton author Julia Quinn and Chernobyl 1986 Author Serhii Plokhy, both of whom have had their respective works turned into hit Netflix …

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Health officials call anti-vaxx literature ‘bogus’ | Colombia County

HUDSON – Local health officials are denouncing a recent COVID direct mail. A letter sent to more than 33,000 households in Columbia County draws the attention of local health authorities to its claim about COVID-19 vaccinations for children. The flyer encourages residents to visit the DoWeNeedThis website. The site is …

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