Literature

Founder traces Dr Batra’s journey in new book

Dr Mukesh Batra, founder of the chain of homeopathic clinics of Dr Batra, retraces his journey as well as that of his company in his guide in part memory. “The Nation’s Homeopath: How Dr. Batra Became the World’s Largest Chain of Homeopathy Clinics” is an unusual story of entrepreneurship, risk …

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Diversify literature into school works

Lack of diversity in the English literature curriculum is less prevalent than it used to be, but new report shows how far we still need to go, writes Caren Onanda I have always liked discovering the world through reading. This is one of the reasons I became a teacher. However, …

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Brookings register | Sneve recognized by DAR

RAPID CITY – On Friday, June 25, the Medary Chapter of the National Society of the Girls of the American Revolution in Brookings presented acclaimed South Dakota author Virginia Driving Hawk Sneve with the Women in the Arts Recognition Award and the Women in American History Honor. . The awards …

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Washington People: Rebecca Copeland | Source

Rebecca Copeland, Professor of Japanese Language and Literature in Arts & Sciences at Washington University in St. Louis, is a nationally recognized scholar of modern Japanese literature, translator of contemporary Japanese novels, and now a novelist herself. Copeland is the author of “The Kimono Tattoo,” a mystery set in Kyoto …

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