Literature

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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