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World Economic Forum Sep 15
These are the European countries that read the most
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Sunny Bindra 4h
Book 50 of clocked! With more than a quarter of the year left to spare. This allows me to linger longer with some heavyweight tomes. How’s your challenge going?
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Making Jane Austen 4h
Someone, somewhere once thought that manufacturing this coffee mug was a good idea. Right this literary wrong to 's memory. in .
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Sam Skoronski 6m
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James Trevino Sep 17
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CenturyComics 2h
"Writers are a product of where we come from but by looking at alternatives to the culture in which we live, we can find ways to change and hopefully improve it." ~Sara Sheridan
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Carson Vaughan 9h
Just reminding all you editors out there I still have a long, unpublished interview with Jim Harrison sitting on my hard drive.
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WorldArtPromotions 7h
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Miss Green Sep 13
SEEKING: suggestions for brilliant workshops/poets/external companies to come in and work with KS3 for our school's Literary Festival. Any recommendations would be massively appreciated. Thank you.
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CATHERINE Constantinides Sep 18
shapes identity.
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Jon Winokur 18h
is not high school and it’s not actually necessary to know what everyone around you is wearing, in terms of style…”
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Ksenia Semenova Sep 13
"If they don't understand that we are bringing them mathematically flawless happiness, it is our duty to force them to be happy." Started to read one of the greatest novel of 20th century "We" by Zamyatin and the first lines reminded me of something...
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Maliha_Bazai Sep 16
I hate the way you love her. __ Maliha 🍁
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Audiobook Narrator 44m
Books of The Times: Living the American Dream — in Hiding
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Elizabeth Hamilton-S 8h
When Frances concocts an elaborate plan to escape today’s world of surveillance, her hopes to live off the radar are soon crushed by long-buried secrets, entwining her life with others forever…
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Felicia's Bookcase 1h
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H e t e r o t o p ia Sep 13
"The only way to deal with an unfree world is to become so absolutely free, that your very existence is an act of rebellion." ― Albert Camus
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Liz Lundy 1h
Awesome teacher! Awesome coworker! Never before funded teacher! Looking for quality for her to encourage . Would you help by donating?
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Ray DiSanza 19h
Day 4: The Ground Beneath Her Feet by Salman Rushdie Just managed to sneak this one in before midnight.
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Joyce E. Chaplin 2h
The began in 1818 with a gift of over 5,000 maps & atlases. “Follow the Map” celebrates the collection’s 200th anniversary with an exhibit (now open) & symposium (Oct. 25-26):
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