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Wednesday, 13 December 2017
The exhibition is housed in a Victorian building where the author and his family lived between 1837 and 1840
Chris Matthews' biography Bobby Kennedy: A Raging Spirit is the latest in a spate of Kennedy literature to capture the public fancy.
Modern blind community needs easier and more affordable ways to access the writing system developed in the 1800s by French teacher Louis Braille
The journalist has been working on the Steele Dossier, that contains explosive allegations about the president and Russia
Eric Vuillard's "L'Ordre du Jour," or "The Agenda," was awarded the Goncourt Prize on Monday in a Paris cafe, part of a long-running tradition
Writer Khaled Mansour will lead a talk Thursday, 2 November, at NVIC in Cairo on the 1967 War some 50 years on
Critics argue that it would violate the Egyptian Constitution
George Saunders, was named as the winner of the Man Booker Prize last week
Translator Persa Koumoutsi has rendered many of Mahfouz's novels into Greek. Her autobiographical book reveals a lifelong passion for the great Egyptian novelist
The judging panel praised George Saunders's book that chronicles the death of Abraham Lincoln's 11-year-old son Willie using the accounts of hundreds of narrators as 'utterly original'
Atwood was in Frankfurt to receive the German book trade's annual "Peace Prize" for her prescient body of work
Several dozen leftist protesters shouted "Nazis out" while counter-demonstrators responded with "Everyone hates Antifa"
Ishiguro has uncovered the abyss beneath our illusory sense of connection with the world
One of the poorest areas in southern Italy is attempting to cast off the stereotype of Kalashnikov-wielding teens and get its young off the streets by flooding the turf with theatre, cinema and literature
The man behind Conde Nast publishing empire that includes influential publications from The New Yorker to Vanity Fair and Vogue, has died
Writer, Basma Abdel-Aziz, will talk about her book "The Power of Text" in an event held at the Goethe Institute library, on Thursday, 28 Sep at 7:00pm
Kuwaiti pioneer of the novel Laila Al-Othman reflects on her life and career as an author in her autobiography
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