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51 blogs about Books and literature. Page 2 of 3.

  1. A Garden Kept in a Pocket
    “Read any good books lately?” 🇺🇸

    2023-03-20 00:40
    Witches Be Crazy by Logan Hunder, 2015 A dying king seeks to marry off his daughter, establishing the quest. A stranger shows up telling of a neighboring kingdom destroyed by an evil queen that looks …
    By A Garden Kept in a Pocket, 160 words

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  2. Goethe Etc. NEW
    “Mostly about Goethe and the 18th century.” By Goethe Girl. 🇺🇸

    Goethe and the Cloud Messenger
    Study of Cirrus Clouds by John ConstableMany years ago (2008!) I penned a short post in which I included a verse from a poem (in translation) by Goethe in honor of Luke Howard and the …
    By Goethe Girl, 743 words

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  3. joe moran's words
    “on the everyday, the banal and other important matters.” 🇬🇧

    Gen Z and Me
    This is a longer version of the piece I wrote on Generation Z for the London Review of Books: On the walk from the car park to my university building sits a red telephone box, …
    By mccjmora, 3,290 words

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  4. John Clare Weblog
    “From Helpston in rural Northamptonshire, John Clare was born in 1793. He is now regarded as the most important poet of the natural world from Britain.” 🇬🇧

    My @Mastodon post today
    You will find me on @[email protected] new forum to spread poems, news and information about John Clare.
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  5. Kapowski Reads
    “I’m here to talk about books. Books I’ve read. Books I’ve loved. Books I’ve loathed.” By Caley Kapowski. 🇬🇧

    Caraval Series Review
    Are you ready for a surprise? I actually finished a series! Not only did I finish a series but I competed the entire trilogy within 35 days which feels like a record for me . …
    By Caley Kapowski, 285 words

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  6. largehearted boy
    “a literature and music website that explores that spot in the venn diagram where the two arts overlap.” By David Gutowski. 🇺🇸

    Regan Penaluna’s Playlist for Her Book “How to Think Like a Woman”
    In the Book Notes series, authors create and discuss a music playlist that relates in some way to their recently published book. Previous contributors include Jesmyn Ward, Lauren Groff, Bret Easton Ellis, Celeste Ng, T.C. …
    By largeheartedboy, 1,665 words

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  7. Laudator Temporis Acti
    “A peculiar anthologic maze, an amusing literary chaos, a farrago of quotations, a mere olla podrida of quaintness, a pot pourri of pleasant delites, a florilegium of elegant extracts….” By Michael Gilleland.

    No, By Zingo
    Alexander Shewan, Homeric Games at an Ancient St. Andrews: An Epyllium Edited from a Comparatively Modern Papyrus and Shattered by Means of the Higher Criticism (Edinburgh: J. Thin, 1911), pp. 29, 31 (lines 110-131): Why, …
    By Michael Gilleland, 409 words

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  8. Lesser-Known Writers
    “Entries on Interesting Obscure and Lesser-Known Writers, Artists, Literary Folk, etc., I've Happened to Encounter.” By Douglas A. Anderson. 🇺🇸

    Arthur A. Nelson
    Arthur A. Nelson (b. Pentwater, Michigan, 24 December 1875; d. Ann Arbor, Michigan, 28 May 1917) Arthur A. Nelson is known as the author of one single work, a four part serial "The Adventurers" which …
    By Douglas A. Anderson, 71 words

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    “putting the rarin back in librarian since 1999.” By Jessamyn West. 🇺🇸

    the work I want
    I am looking for work. During most of last year and some of the previous year, selling my mother’s house was my part-time job. That project is done and I’m ready to go more formally …
    By jessamyn, 267 words

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  10. Literary Britain – Blog
    “Travels through the literary landscape: a guide to places of literary interest in the British Isles and beyond.” 🇬🇧

    Lichfield is a pleasant little midlands town. In fact, I’ve liked all the little towns I’ve visited in this part of the world. There is some grubby, late 20th Century development of course, but pre-victorian …
    By Literary Britain, 959 words

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  11. McSweeney’s Internet Tendency
    “Daily hummer almost every day since 1998.” 🇺🇸

    Your Tesla Has Installed the Latest Update and Is Now a Toaster
    The latest over-the-air software update for your Tesla Model 3 has been successfully installed. Your vehicle is now a toaster. Frequently Asked Questions About This Update Where is my steering wheel? You don’t need a …
    By Adam Greenspan, 476 words

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  12. The Millions - Essays Archives
    “An online magazine offering coverage on books, arts, and culture.” 🇺🇸

    To All the Novels I Never Published
    I’ve had a manuscript locked in a drawer for three and a half years now. It’s a coming-of-age novel about a boy who believes a supernatural force has seized the minds of the adults in …
    By Bryan VanDyke, 1,546 words

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  13. The Neglected Books Page
    “Where forgotten books are remembered.” By Brad Bigelow. 🇺🇸

    Marie Beginning, by Alfred Grossman (1964)
    This is a guest post by the novelist Rob Palk. Some books are neglected in their old age, others — a majority — are neglected from birth. Alfred Grossman, the author of Marie Beginning (1964), …
    By editor, 785 words

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  14. New Critique
    “A journal of critical and creative writing.” By Josh Mcloughlin, James Mcloughlin, Daunish Negargar, et al. 🇬🇧

    [Review] Lilies on the Deathbed of Étaín and Other Poems by Oisín Breen — Daunish Negargar
    "Breen imbues the mundanity of everyday life with mysticism and grandeur with these joyous poems, firmly rooted in both the aged bark of the yew, and the pure milk of the word."
    By New Critique, 48 words

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  15. Peter Harrington Journal
    “Where rare books live.” 🇬🇧

    Shakespeare, William, Die Tragische Geschichte von Hamlet Prinzen von Daenemark. 1928.
    Our specialist Dr Phil Errington discusses a German translation of The Tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark. The Cranach Press commissioned the renowned poet Gerhart Hauptmann to produce this new and “definitive” translation of Shakespeare’s …
    By Winifred, 73 words

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  16. Pluralistic
    “Daily links from Cory Doctorow – No trackers, no ads. Black type, white background. Privacy policy: we don't collect or retain any data at all ever period.” 🇺🇸

    Pluralistic: Mass tech worker layoffs and the soft landing (21 Mar 2023)
    Today's links Mass tech worker layoffs and the soft landing: Finally, the non-tech sector can hire technical workers. Hey look at this: Delights to delectate. This day in history: 2003, 2013, 2018, 2022 Colophon: Recent …
    By Cory Doctorow, 1,591 words

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  17. The Public Domain Review
    “Online journal and not-for-profit project dedicated to the exploration of curious and compelling works from the history of art, literature, and ideas.” 🇬🇧

    Chaos Bewitched: Moby-Dick and AI
    Eigil zu Tage-Ravn asks a GTP-3-driven AI system for help in the interpretation of a key scene in Moby-Dick (1851). Do androids dream of electric whales?
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  18. Reading Sheffield | Blog
    “All the books of our lives.” 🇬🇧

    Judith Warrender’s Reading Journey
    Judith reading Woman magazine By Mary Grover Judith was interviewed by Rebecca Fisher in February 2013. She was born Judith Hancock in 1950 and grew up in Page Hall, Sheffield, between 1950 and 1972. Two …
    By Mary Grover, 1,595 words

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  19. Reeding Lessons: the Henry Reed research blog
    “An armchair attempt to track down and catalog everything ever written by (and about) the poet Henry Reed (1914-1986).” 🇬🇧

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  20. Reviews – The travels of Mary Loosemore

    The Familiars – Stacey Halls
    The Familiars – Stacey Halls A female focused telling of the tale of the Pendle Witches, narrated by 17 year old Fleetwood Shuttleworth, mistress of Gawthorpe Hall. The one that got away. Easy reading; real …
    By Mary, 53 words

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