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Articles with keyword "Literature"

An ink caricature of Bernard Malamud by Joe Ciardiello

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The Otherworldly Malamud

The master of the short story infused his work with myth and magic, but not fairytale endings.

Image of 1835 revolt of slaves in Brazil

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Manifest Beauty

"Bandits & Heroes, Poets & Saints," featuring the art of Brazil is on exhibit in Detroit.

Sherry DeBoer with three visiting students.

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South Dakota’s Sherry DeBoer

Sherry DeBoer brings a love of literature to her native South Dakota.

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Dear Harry . . . Dear Wm

The letters of the James brothers offer a window to the nineteenth century.

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When Art and Morality Collide

How Rosetti and Wilde tested Victorian sensibilities.

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A Writer's Writer

Katherine Anne Porter's lifetime of letters and manuscripts holds clues for scholars and writers alike.

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How a Tradition Begins

Nashville becomes Literary City, U.S.A. for the tenth annual Southern Festival of Books.

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A Fanciful Nature

Realism and fantasy mingle in the worlds of Beatrix Potter, Kate Greenaway, and Arthur Rackham.

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"I heard the voices. . . of my Louisiana people"

Writer Ernest Gaines talks about storytelling, race, and his Louisiana roots.

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Knight

Etheridge Knight rose from prisoner to poet and shared his gift with everyone.