Najlepšie aktuálne články na téma Literatúra na Internetu Literatúra 144 144 Logo Patrick Ness leads fundraising drive to aid refugees Children’s author pledges to match £10,000 of donations, and is quickly joined by other writers, with more than £60,000 promised within hoursAs politicians bicker and columnists wring their hands over , the award-winning children’s writer Patrick Ness has taken a more direct route, raising more than £60,000 – and counting – in less than five hours.In a “spur of the moment”... Thu, 03 Sep 2015 17:26:05 GMT The best novels in English: readers' alternative list After Robert McCrum finished his two-year-long project compiling the best novels written in English, you had . Here are the 15 books that received most votes to join the listWhich are the 100 best novels ever written in the English language? No list could possibly satisfy everyone, as is always the case with . When writer Robert McCrum completed , after developing it , it was greeted with a mix... Thu, 03 Sep 2015 18:00:13 GMT Lizzie Skurnick: a passion for Young Adult fiction The New York Times magazine columnist’s line of reprinted US books for teens is thriving two years after launch – because, she says, they still have plenty to sayLizzie Skurnick is still unpacking her boxes of books in a new apartment in Jersey City when I visit her mid-summer. As she digs among them, she presses title after title into my hands with the passion of a lifelong fan: books from... Thu, 03 Sep 2015 13:00:07 GMT Crime fiction round-up: An elephant, a mystery baby and a suicidal detective Of all popular fiction genres, crime might at first glance seem to be one of the most circumscribed – after all, there are certain key elements that must inevitably be present (tenacious detective, plot revelations at crucial points, the denouement). But look at some of the most intriguing entries in the current crime crop and you'll see just how wide the field can be and how different the... Thu, 03 Sep 2015 18:00:00 GMT US Presidents: 30 great one-liners As the candidates running for the 2016 presidency start appearing, we look at the great quotes from White House incumbents Thu, 03 Sep 2015 12:26:32 GMT Books of The Times: Review: Elena Ferrante’s ‘The Story of the Lost Child,’ the Finale in a Quartet This stunning final volume completes the stories of Lila and Elena, an unforgettable pair of friends from a crime-ridden Naples neighborhood. Thu, 03 Sep 2015 11:00:08 GMT Unseen Ezra Pound poem sold at auction An unpublished pastiche sonnet written to friend Isabel Codrington, extolling her ‘rare worth’, fetches £7,500An unpublished poem by Ezra Pound, in which the American poet extols in an Elizabethan sonnet the “pools” that are the “dearest eyes” of his friend, the British painter Isabel Codrington, has been sold at auction for £7,500.Pound wrote to Codrington, who was then Isabel... Thu, 03 Sep 2015 16:24:10 GMT Bad New Days: Art, Criticism, Emergency by Hal Foster review – what's new in the art world? What has come after postmodern irony? And who decides if it’s any good? This is a deft study of ideas in art over the past few decadesTwenty years ago this summer, some friends and I decided to invent, or at least christen, a new artistic movement. We planned a conference on “Patheticism” and announced an eclectic lineage: Melville’s Bartleby, Ruskin’s “pathetic fallacy”, lo-fi... Thu, 03 Sep 2015 09:30:02 GMT Terry Pratchett's final Discworld novel races to No 1 in book charts The Shepherd’s Crown, the 41st book in his much-loved fantasy series, sells more than 52,000 copies in three daysTerry Pratchett’s daughter Rhianna Pratchett has said that “somewhere Dad is raising a glass of brandy to you all” after the late author’s final novel The Shepherd’s Crown topped the UK’s book charts with a huge first-week sale.Published on 27 August, the 41st Discworld... Thu, 03 Sep 2015 12:00:05 GMT Mira Gonzalez’s poems are quietly defining texts of the digital era The young poet has become unwittingly involved in a social media stir about Lily Allen’s marriage. What’s all the fuss about?It was the Instagram image that launched a thousand rumours. Three weeks ago, Lily Allen of her hand hovering over a poetry collection called , by the American poet Mira Gonzalez. If Allen was simply hoping to alert her followers to a recent book discovery, it was a... Thu, 03 Sep 2015 11:17:18 GMT