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12 Things You Might Not Know About Where the Red Fern Grows

<i>Where the Red Fern Grows,</i> Woodrow Wilson Rawls’s touching tale of a boy and his loyal hounds, has been captivating audiences since its publication in …

Church of England condemned as 'cowardly' over 'gay cure' controversy

Activists express regret over Church of England failure to speak out against controversial therapy which claims to divert gay people to heterosexuality<p>The Church of England has been criticised for failing to condemn a Christian conference which backed a “cure” for homosexuality.<p>A member of the …

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The Right (And Wrong!) Way to Remove Your Makeup

Long story short—start with a bottle of Simple Micellar Cleansing Water.<p>Long story short, start with a bottle of Simple Micellar Cleansing Water. Here's <i>exactly</i> how to use it to rid your skin of foundation, lipstick—and everything in between.

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Reading Racist Literature

Of the many passages that gave me pause when I first read “Lady Chatterley’s Lover,” in high school, the one I remember the most clearly is this conversation between Connie, Clifford, and the Irish writer Michaelis:<p>“I find I can't marry an Englishwoman, not even an Irishwoman...”“Try an American,” …

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Going for the hard sell as interest in English major declines

<b>Mary Garhart fell in love</b> with reading in middle school, devouring Christopher Paolini’s fantasy novel “Eragon” and the “Hunger Games” trilogy by Suzanne Collins. Then she moved to classics from Charles Dickens, “A Tale of Two Cities,” and Charlotte Brontë, “Jane Eyre.” She had a yen for writing. …

What if George Eliot had gone to Berlin?

Tim Martin meets the novelist Patricia Duncker whose unconventional period piece finds George Eliot in Berlin<p>At first, Patricia Duncker’s Sophie and the Sibyl might be mistaken for conventional period fiction. Beginning in Berlin in 1872, it maps an unlikely tangle of adoration and influence …

A book about gay penguins is one of the most disputed titles in the U.S.

A book about two male penguins raising a baby penguin is the third most complained about book in U.S. libraries.<p>"And Tango Makes Three" is one of the …

Computer Finds Lost Shakespeare Play

Two University of Texas researchers have used computer analysis to prove that Shakespeare was at least a co-author of Double Falsehood, convincing …