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Charles Dickens

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Oyinkan Braithwaite’s debut novel is one of the most talked-about books of the season. My Sister, the Serial Killer follows Korede, a Nigerian nurse,...

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Teen Read Week is a yearly celebration of young adult literature, libraries, and the power of reading. In honor of this important week, we...

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Fictional prosecutors are the heroes of most legal television shows, but fictional defense attorneys are the heroes of most legal thriller novels. Pamela Wechsler,...

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Oh, Christmas tree, oh Christmas tree, how literary are thy branches. Last year, we trimmed our tree with some of the best bookish ornaments...

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Here at Bookish, we are reminded each and every day of the life-changing power of a good book. In honor of Thanksgiving, we asked...

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When Nina Findlay finds herself caught in a love triangle between two brothers, she knows she needs to get out of town in order...

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How should a writer be? Tortured and self-loathing, or coolheaded and confident? Red Smith: “ Writing is easy. All you do is sit down...

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It doesn't matter if your tax refund is even tinier than you’d feared, or your accountant (i.e., TurboTax) has informed you that you finished...

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Jews have lots of holidays. We have a New Year's in the fall (Rosh Hashanah), the original Arbor Day (Tu B'Shvat), an Easter without...

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They say that boys are made of slugs and snails and puppy-dogs’ tails; and while that makes sense if your son is named Jacob,...

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