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Charlie Chaplin's only novel published for the first time Footlights, the screen legend's unseen prequel in prose to the film Limelight, reflects his sadness at declining stardom Read an extract from Footlights by Charlie Chaplin

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Virginia Woolf on the Language of Film and the Evils of Cinematic Adaptations of Literature

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Book News: Meg Wolitzer To Publish A YA Novel Inspired By Sylvia Plath

Meg Wolitzer To Publish A YA Novel Inspired By Sylvia Plath

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The 20 Most Beautiful Children’s Books of All Time

The 20 Most Beautiful Children's Books of All Time

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Ten Other Posthumously Discovered Novels

Ten Other Posthumously Discovered Novels (Salinger Isn't The Only One)

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How Many Of These Pulitzer Prize-Winning Novels Have You Read?

How Many Of These Pulitzer Prize-Winning Novels Have You Read

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40 Trashy Novels You Must Read Before You Die

40 trashy novels to read before you die! || in high school I actually did a book review of Peyton place for a project but didn't read the book

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7 Amazing Audiobooks

7 Amazing Audiobooks That Make Time Disappear

New Directions Book #134 by Christopher Isherwood: A classic of 20th-century fiction, Berlin Stories inspired the Broadway musical and Oscar-winning film Cabaret . First published in the 1930s, The Berlin Stories contains two astonishing related novels, The Last of Mr. Norris and Goodbye to Berlin, which are recognized today as classics...

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30 Books You Should Read Before You're 30

The Golden Notebook by Doris Lessing - "This ambitious novel has no equal" The Guardian

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50 Incredible Novels Under 200 Pages

50 Novels Under 200 Pages - Springtime can make even the most devoted of readers a little bit antsy. After all, there are flowers to smell, puddles to jump in, fresh love to kindle. You still want to have a novel in your pock...

William Butler Yeats on Modern Poetry: A Rare 1936 BBC Recording by Maria Popova “Poetry must resemble prose, and both must accept the vocabulary of their time.”