The link below is to a book review of ‘Emma,’ by Jane Austen.
The link below is to a book review of ‘The Hunger Games,’ by Suzanne Collins.
The link below is to an article that reports on the closure of some 98 book publishers in the United Kingdom in the last 12 months.
Letters of Note, the popular website that publishes exactly what its name implies, has finally put out a book filled with letters sent by everyone from Virginia Woolf to Nick Cave to Jack the Ripper. Not too surprisingly, that collection is also titled Letters of Note.
What might draw us to these letters is the fact that we just don’t send physical mail as much as we used to. Email correspondences are locked behind passwords, and no great thinkers have offered up the contents of their inbox to be published in a book (yet…). Letters of Note, both the site and this new collection, is a throwback of sorts, but the letters it publishes also help us understand famous people we are interested in, and give us a different way of looking into their thoughts.
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