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On World Book Day 2019
On World Book Day 2019

This World Book Day, the emphasis is on sharing stories. Not just encouraging children to read for themselves, but reading to them.

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The Wall by John Lanchester – read the first chapter
The Wall by John Lanchester – read the first chapter

Here's the first chapter of John Lanchester's new novel The Wall. His last was the international bestseller Capital, and like that …

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Extract: Sally Rooney’s Normal People
Extract: Sally Rooney’s Normal People

Read an extract from Sally Rooney's critically acclaimed novel Normal People. The love story explores love, friendship and how we …

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Faber announces unpublished Sylvia Plath story
Faber announces unpublished Sylvia Plath story

Faber will publish ‘Mary Ventura and the Ninth Kingdom’, a previously unpublished story by Sylvia Plath, as part of the …

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The Story Behind Sylvia Plath’s Letters, by Peter K. Steinberg
The Story Behind Sylvia Plath’s Letters, by Peter K. Steinberg

Read Peter K. Steinberg n bringing Plath to life through her correspondence in the Letters of Sylvia Plath Vol. II.

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Edna O’Brien pays tribute to Philip Roth
Edna O’Brien pays tribute to Philip Roth

The Great Comic Literary Conquistador: Edna O'Brien pays tribute to her friend and fellow writer Philip Roth.

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The Fires of Heaven and Hell: Sylvia Plath’s ‘Fever 103°’
The Fires of Heaven and Hell: Sylvia Plath’s ‘Fever 103°’

Read a fascinating essay by Karen V. Kukil, editor of The Letters of Sylvia Plath, on the rare material behind …

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