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8:57 pm 25/02/2015

Five things Alice in Wonderland reveals about the brain 

Lewis Carroll was remarkably modest about his masterpiece. “The heroine spends an hour underground, and meets various birds,

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6:57 am 25/02/2015

Bruise control 

He gets knocked down, but he gets up again. Author Chuck Palahniuk talks to Stuart Jeffries about writing

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7:48 pm 24/02/2015

Who Was the Marquis de Sade? 

Even in the age of Fifty Shades of Grey, the 18th-century libertine is as shocking as ever The

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4:19 pm 09/02/2015

A quote that appears to be quite appropos 

Life appears to me too short to be spent in nursing animosity, or registering wrongs.

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5:07 pm 13/01/2015

How stories change hearts and brains – Elizabeth Svoboda – Aeon 

Across time and culture, stories have been agents of personal transformation – in part because they change our

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4:57 pm 07/01/2015

Bibliotherapy: Can you read yourself happy? 

In a new column for BBC Culture, Hephzibah Anderson explains that it’s not just self-help books that can

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9:13 am 31/12/2014

Good Omens - BBC Radio Play 

According to the Nice and Accurate Prophecies of Agnes Nutter, the world will end on a Saturday... Adaptation

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9:35 pm 17/12/2014


Lost in Translation: The world's most unique words? A new book reveals 50 distinctive terms from around the

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7:04 pm 11/12/2014

Who are the bestselling authors no-one has ever seen? 

In Alex Ross Perry’s latest film Listen Up Philip, Jason Schwartzman plays Philip Lewis Friedman, a moderately successful

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11:46 am 05/12/2014

Bad Sex Award: How do you write erotic fiction? 

The Bad Sex Award represents a very British squeamishness and humour about erotic literature. Is it missing the

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11:09 pm 03/12/2014



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3:16 pm 30/11/2014

Original Folk and Fairy Tales of the Brothers Grimm First of the stories, "The Frog King, or Iron Henry" can be downloaded (pdf) here

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5:34 pm 27/11/2014

Unique Ways to Write a Love Song 

Is there a situation when you can’t give your best when communicating with your loved one? Of course

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6:41 pm 17/11/2014

Should the United States Declare Books an ‘Essential Good’? 

Each week in Bookends, two writers take on questions about the world of books. The French government has

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12:07 pm 12/11/2014

Borges and God 

In March 1984, Jorge Luis Borges began a series of radio “dialogues” with the Argentinian poet and essayist

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6:17 pm 11/10/2014

New York in Eight Parts 

Charles Simic “Learn Barbering and make Money,” the sign said. Blind as I am without my glasses, the

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11:25 pm 10/10/2014

Who’s afraid of the Marquis de Sade? 

“Either kill me or take me like this, for I will not change,” wrote the imprisoned Marquis de

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1:51 pm 27/09/2014

Pink Floyd - the endless river - teasers 

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7:51 pm 26/09/2014

Interview: Caitlin Moran on the Working Class, Masturbation, and Writing a Novel 

As I read How to Build a Girl, I pictured you laughing uproariously to yourself as you were

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3:29 pm 08/09/2014

If Shakespeare had Written Return of the Jedi 

Star Wars: The Jedi Doth Return is the third and final book from Ian Doescher’s New York Time

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9:15 pm 02/09/2014

Is Borges the 20th Century’s most important writer? 

“Because he created a new literary continent between North and South America, between Europe and America, between old

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11:43 pm 26/08/2014

"There is no Devil, there's just God when he drinks." 

"Why on my green earth did you pick a place so damn hot to meet?" "No man should

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9:53 pm 22/08/2014

5 Weak Words Writers Should Avoid (And What to Use Instead) 

When I first began writing, my sentences were rife fillers. What I didn’t realize is that by using

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2:20 pm 03/08/2014

Words by Numbers - Infographics 

If you’re an avid reader then you probably clicked this link with rapid instinct. Maybe you’re the math-y

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12:05 am 18/06/2014

Burgess reads "A Clockwork Orange" 

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