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Founded in 1846 by Charles Scribner. Publisher of Fitzgerald, Hemingway, King, Ward, DeLillo, Egan, Doerr, Walls, Perrotta, Kushner, Wideman, Mukherjee & more.
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7 Fictional Retellings to Honor the Bard's Birthday via
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It's 's Birthday! We're celebrating the bard with a chance for 3 NOT-star-crossed folks to win a set of books & Matcha Do About Nothing Tea from ! To enter check us out on
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40 Words You Can Trace Back To William via
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The immortal , the greatest literary critic on the planet, still maintains that invented the human via
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’s Hot Mess: What We Can Learn From Falstaff
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21 Phrases You Use Without Realizing You're Quoting via
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It's 's Birthday! We're celebrating the bard with a chance for 3 NOT-star-crossed folks to win a set of books & Matcha Do About Nothing Tea from ! To enter check us out on
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Is Your Sharper Than a Serpent's Tooth? via
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"Mr. Bloom’s companionable reading is a master-class lecture for curious students, a compilation of fan’s notes on one of the most wrenching and mysterious works in English." 's Personalities via
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38 Facts About ’s 38 Plays via
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A masterfully perceptive reading of this seductive play’s “endless wonders.”
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It's 's Birthday! We're celebrating the bard with a chance for 3 NOT-star-crossed folks to win a set of books & Matcha Do About Nothing Tea from ! To enter check us out on
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was born on this day in 1564, and we'll be celebrating the bard all day, so...
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Scribner Apr 22
is on 's list of the world's most influential people
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Scribner Apr 22
“We are so vulnerable when we open ourselves up to literature. We’re reminded of these real parts of ourselves.” Tracy K. Smith and Jacqueline Woodson in conversation via
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Scribner Apr 22
places "Turkey’s roiling politics onto center stage," it's a "hell-for-leather thriller pitting a ruthless patriot against a naïve ingénue...Thomas writes with confident verve...Readers will be eager for her next effort" via
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Scribner Apr 22
10 Trailblazing Environmental Books for via
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Made in NY Apr 21
The competition is heating up! Which book do you want all New Yorkers to read together? Vote today at
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