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The move comes after years of efforts by the US book chain to compete against Amazon and the move to online commerce
Seventy years after its publication, George Orwell's classic dystopian novel "1984" continues to fascinate readers
Some elderly South Koreans are finally learning to read and write, decades after their contemporaries -- and even becoming published authors
Aramaic, the biblical language of Jesus is starting to disappear from everyday use in Syria's Maalula
Omani Writer Jokha Alharthi wins the 2019 Man Booker International Prize
The book offers the readers a window to the renowned voices of West African Sufism, which have long gone unheard outside of their respective constituencies
Michelle Obama's memoirs remained a top seller into the new year, selling more than 10 million copies worldwide
For centuries, Mosul was known for its artists and writers, for libraries brimming with books in multiple languages, and for housing Iraq's first printing press.
"Fire and Fury," the first of a string of books about the Trump presidency, was published in January 2018 and sold more than four million copies worldwide.
Francesco Polacchi, founder of the Altaforte publishing house defines himself openly as a fascist
In his latest book, historian Emad Abu Ghazi examines the Ottoman occupation, in a bid to settle the debate between the labels 'occupation' and 'conquest'
The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals Book Club aims to educate young readers on the SDGs with a reading list of relevant books in different languages
Male superheroes on average are obese, while the females on average border on being underweight, according to a study of the body mass index
The report sold more than any nonfiction book on the BookScan list, which tracks direct store sales and reflects around 85% of the print market
The Chair of Judges said the novel is a highly accomplished novel that stands out for its condensed economy of language, narrative structure, and capacity to convey the inner workings of human beings
April's issue of Democracy covers a wide range of issues concerning the health and challenges to democracy, in the West but by extension globally
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