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World Economic Forum 12h
These are the European countries that read the most
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Daniel Fernández Masís (author) 30m
Do you write the same genre you enjoy the most reading?
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Jim Byrne 8m
Pat Byrne: 'thi wurd' #3 at The Old Hairdressers Wednesday, 3 October with James Kelman and Janice Galloway …/
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Social Dreg Kevin 3h
I'm 30 pages into Truthwitch, and I'm hooked. I feel like I ought to be ashamed or something it's taken me this long to discover
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QuizUp 5h
OtHELLO! QuizUp is 🔥 with our new update, Literature: General.
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Ralph Waldo Emerson 15h
Olympian bards who sung Divine ideas below Which always find us young, And always keep us so.
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Nether Stowe English Department 5m
Well done to everyone who took part in our English Quiz tonight! There were some super speedy times! 🔍📚⏱
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Liadh Crowley 9h
“If the whole universe has no meaning, we should never have found out that it has no meaning: just as, if there was no light in the universe and therefore no creatures with eyes,we should never know it was dark.” C.S.Lewis,1952,Mere Christianity
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Deirdre Mikolajcik 6h
“Still, even if no one is completely disinterested, there are obviously degrees of bias. We can distinguish between a reader who is willing to rethink her views while reading and one who is not” , * after *
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Maaza Mengiste 22h
For those of you who've cancelled your subscriptions to large literary/monthly magazines and journals recently, have you re-subscribed to indie journals & those who need more readers? Consider giving it a try.
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Julia Sep 24
I've been thinking about this quite a lot recently... Because at university you're mostly dealing with male authors. Still. And this structure is exactly what you find throughout the entire history of (western) literature. Quote of the day by
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Karl Lasky 25m
Young writers speak to their own in a tongue that is known to them. They renovate the language with wild abandon and vigor. Youth invigorates and seeds our language with rebirth. Who's to say they are not the future masters of words?
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Ben Railton Sep 24
On the occasion of Frances Ellen Watkins Harper & F. Scott Fitzgerald’s shared bday, a few thoughts on how two striking quotes of theirs can help highlight two different ways to think about American history.
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CPSheppard 19h
The Ant Lords 2019 by Charles Peterson Sheppard Author of 'Flint of Dreams' NewGen SciFi for NewGen Readers
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Klosi 8h
“The sun, an hour above the horizon, is poised like a bloody egg upon a crest of thunderheads; the light has turned copper: in the eye portentous, in the nose sulphurous, smelling of lightning.” ~ W Faulkner Litho, 1917. Lasar Segall
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Nishi Dangi 1h
Industry decreases the debts while despair increases them. - Benjamin Franklin
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A.J. McMahon Sep 18
If you love , you should also support and ! We have so many and - coming out this year and next! Give them some love!
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H e t e r o t o p ia 58m
“Dreamt I stood in a china shop so crowded from floor to far-off ceiling with shelves of porcelain antiques, etc. that moving a muscle would cause..." David Mitchell, Cloud Atlas (2012) Dir:s Tom Tykwer, Lana Wachowski, with Ben Whishaw (et al.)
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palestrina 9m
new (how many freckles!) from one of me favourite books. if you've not read then should. is beautiful
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Literature Heart & Soul! 1h
"Writing is a form of personal freedom." Can't find the source for this, but it's attributed to Don Delilo, author of Underworld, Libra, White Noise, and Mao II. Love this!
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