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Saul Bellow (June 10, 1915 – April 5, 2005) was a Canadian-born American writer. For his literary contributions, Bellow was awarded the Pulitzer Prize, the Nobel Prize for Literature,...

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  • From Scarlett Johansson to Tony Blair to the Queen: the noble tradition of ...

      News Source: The Guardian | 2 months ago
    Brought to book does Johansson's legal action suggest she has a sense of humour bypass? Photograph: Canadian Press/Rex Does a person own the copyright on themselves?...She is suing the French author Gregoire Delacourt because he has written a novel
  • American Innovations: Canadian-born Rivka Galchen hits it out of the park ...

      News Source: The Globe & Mail | 2 months ago
    We Canadians like to lay our mucky little mitts on authors who make good most recently, New Zealander Eleanor Catton, winner of the Man Booker Prize and, by dint of birth, the Governor-General's Award. Having left the country as an infant, Galchen is
  • The 100 best novels: No 33 Sister Carrie by Theodore Dreiser (1900)

      News Source: The Guardian | 3 months ago
    On the town Laurence Olivier and Jennifer Jones in Carrie, the 1952 film adaptation of Sister Carrie. Photograph: Allstar Sister Carrie is one of several novels in this series that address the American dream, and it does so in a radical spirit of
  • For Whom the Bell Trolls

      News Source: Vanity Fair | 3 months ago
    And so on. "[W]hat a lot of ideological burial parties the twentieth century has seen!" So, too, the 21st century, which got off to a crummy start and can't seem to get galloping. This week alone we were informed that The Novel Is Dead (oh no, not
  • Author Dinaw Mengestu on his craft: ‘Writing is a source of angst'

      News Source: The Globe & Mail | 3 months ago
    The Globe and Mail Published Friday, Apr. 18 2014, 2:29 PM EDT Last updated Friday, Apr. 18 2014, 2:29 PM EDT Dinaw Mengestu is the author of three novels, most recently the acclaimed All Our Names . He's been on the New Yorker's 20 Under 40 list and
  • Martin Amis on Salman Rushdie’s Life as the Invisible Man

      News Source: Vanity Fair | 4 months ago
    But now Salman Rushdie is reaching out of the shadows with a new book, written for his son, a witty and defiant children's parable that reflects his own fantastic nightmare. Martin Amis talks to Rushdie about his life as the invisible man. S alman
  • Books to read before you die

      News Source: CNN | 5 months ago
    I'm a lover of books, great ones and not-so-great ones...So it didn't surprise me when Amazon recently came out with its 100 Books to Read in a Lifetime . I was, however, more than a little shocked by the list, which crudely mixes categories, putting
  • More Die of Heartbreak: Chuckie Campbell Rhymes Again

      News Source: The Huffington Post | 6 months ago
    Artwork by Kerby Rosanes Chuckie Campbell recently re-introduced himself to the world of Hip Hop. What kept him silent for awhile was an attack on him by none other than his best friend -- leaving Chuckie's jaw wired shut. Tragically, the incident

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