With all his belongings still in place, the late authors New York home is open to the public. His former neighbour reflects on the invasiveness of literary tourism If you want to see Philip Roths toothbrush, get in line. The Pulitzer prize-winning authors $3.2m New York apartment hit the market a couple of weeks ago, less than a year after his death. local news. going back to 1867, when Original Article : HERE ; This post was curated & posted using : RealSpecific
Man Booker prize winner tells of how religion intensified his struggle with his sexuality as a youth Jamaican novelist Desert Island Discs latest castaway on BBC Radio 4, James details the extreme evangelical exorcism, or gay cure, he endured at a Pentecostal church in Jamaica. The writer, who earned literary fame with his third novel Original Article : HERE ; This post was curated & posted using : RealSpecific
Were told that getting eight unbroken hours of sleep will protect us from cancer and dementia, and make us happier. But are we being sold an impossible dream? Hardly a day goes by without some new story about sleep in the papers, on TV or in our news feeds. Sleep is everywhere. Were told relentlessly how much of it we need, what will happen if we dont get it, and how much the economy loses through tired workers.
With more and more kids enslaved to the screen from as young as they can remember, the push to ensure that children are still able to get lost in a book and let their imaginations roam free is more important than ever.Over in New Zealand, the giant fast-food chain recognizes this and has replaced the tacky plastic toys you would often find in a Happy Meal with the whimsical works of McDonalds “The Happy Meal Readers programme is all about helping parents to get their children to enjoy reading,”declining literacy rates, especially among teenagers, in Image credits: local library, so you don’t need to expand your kids’ waistlines in order to expand their minds! dadness The books, which also include …