Najlepšie aktuálne články na téma Literatúra na Internetu Literatúra 144 144 Logo Chetan Bhagat: Bollywood's favourite author Salman Rushdie isn't a fan, but that hasn't stopped Chetan Bhagat selling millions of novels. India's biggest author talks success, snobbery and the joy of broken English"There is an India that speaks English and an India that doesn't and they are very different," says Chetan Bhagat. "There is a big need for bridges that link the two. And I am one of them."Certainly, the... Thu, 24 Apr 2014 04:59:02 GMT James Baldwin, Born 90 Years Ago, Is Fading in Classrooms James Baldwin, author of “Go Tell It on the Mountain” and “Going to Meet the Man,” was born 90 years ago this year, leading some literary professionals to seek a revival of interest in his work. Thu, 24 Apr 2014 11:30:01 GMT Books of The Times: Nikil Saval’s ‘Cubed’ Tells the History of the Modern Workplace Nikil Saval’s new book, “Cubed,” explains the history of the modern office, and what it means that about 60 percent of us wound up in cubicles. Thu, 24 Apr 2014 19:44:01 GMT Three Guardian journalists nominated for the Orwell prize for journalism Ghaith Abdul-Ahad, Aditya Chakrabortty and Jonathan Freedland are among the seven nominated for the prizeThree journalists from the Guardian have been nominated for this year's George Orwell prize for journalism.Ghaith Abdul-Ahad, Aditya Chakrabortty and Jonathan Freedland were among the seven nominated for the prize. Thu, 24 Apr 2014 18:21:52 GMT Irvine Welsh joins team writing dystopian graphic novel IDP: 2043, set in a benighted future Scotland, features leading writers and graphic artists including Mary Talbot and Pat MillsA graphic novel which draws a bleak vision of a future Scotland beset by rising tides has been assembled by a team of award-winning authors and artists including Irvine Welsh.IDP: 2043, which will be launched in August at the Edinburgh International Book Festival, is the... Thu, 24 Apr 2014 12:45:29 GMT Odd book sections in bookshops: can you beat 'cosy crime'? 'Tragic life stories' or 'Cosy crime' Bookselling niches are becoming ever stranger. What are the weirdest sections you have found in store?A recent conversation in our column drew attention to a strange phenomenon: booksellers are taking an ever more creative approach to the labelling of their shelves. A visit to Waterstones' London Piccadilly branch revealed a 'cosy crime' section featuring a... Thu, 24 Apr 2014 09:00:05 GMT Allen Ginsberg postcard condemns 'Red Lands' of eastern Europe Beat legend's personal report of trip to communist bloc comes up for auction next monthA postcard from Allen Ginsberg, in which the Beat poet writes of how "communism just doesn't work" after witnessing it in action in what he called the "Red Lands" of eastern Europe, is set to go up for auction.Writing eight years before the fall of the Berlin Wall to his fellow poet Diane di... Thu, 24 Apr 2014 15:30:11 GMT Orwell prize shortlist headed by Thatcher biography Charles Moore's authorised Life a controversial contender for book award set up in honour of George OrwellCharles Moore's authorised biography of Margaret Thatcher has been shortlisted for the Orwell prize, the prestigious literary award for political writing set up in honour of George Orwell. Thu, 24 Apr 2014 11:15:03 GMT Matthew Weiner: By the Book The creator of “Mad Men” cites the impact of John Cheever’s fiction on the show: “Cheever has a voice filled with irony and comedy and pain that, on some level, I’m always seeking to emulate.” Thu, 24 Apr 2014 16:08:38 GMT Alistair MacLeod, a Novelist in No Hurry, Dies at 77 Mr. MacLeod, a Canadian author, won the International Impac Dublin Literary Award in 2001 for his novel “No Great Mischief.” Thu, 24 Apr 2014 00:53:48 GMT