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It’s been 40 years since Natalie Babbitt’s tale of accidental immortality hit bookshelves. Tuck Everlasting featured a young girl, on the precipice of becoming...

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At the time of his death, Italian journalist and author Italo Calvino was Italy’s most translated contemporary writer. In the collection Why Read the...

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Some could call him a magician, a conjurer of worlds that blended our harshest realities with our wildest imaginings. Gabriel García Márquez, the beloved...

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The road to Mount Doom is long, winding, and (a fair amount of the time) pretty boring—it can’t all be outrunning orcs and fending...

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Remember the books your parents/teachers/babysitters read to you when you were a kid? When it came to my parents, they chose the books they...

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A roaring fire, an open box of chocolates, and a good book are essential to a proper February 14. A fun literary cocktail doesn’t...

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It’s no longer necessary to hit up the mall in search for the perfect piece of jewelry to express your love on Valentine’s Day....

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Of all the books in the public domain, Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland has inspired perhaps the highest number of variations and remixes....

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The legend of William S. Burroughs, the original cult figure of the Beat movement, is far overshadowed by the reality that was the man....

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The anniversary of the publication of Pride and Prejudice has Jane Austen fans around the world celebrating Elizabeth, Darcy, and the entire Bennet clan--well,...

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