Najlepšie aktuálne články na téma Literatúra na Internetu Literatúra 144 144 Logo US bookshop offering refunds for Go Set a Watchman Brilliant Books in Michigan says customers are owed apologies for portrayal of Harper Lee’s long-lost manuscript as a ‘nice summer novel’ rather than an academic curiosityA US independent bookshop is offering refunds to its customers, claiming that the work should be viewed as an “academic insight” into Harper Lee’s development as an author, rather than as a “nice summer... Tue, 04 Aug 2015 13:08:03 GMT The top 20 books every student should read before leaving secondary school Which books should every teenager have read before they leave secondary school? Tue, 04 Aug 2015 11:58:32 GMT Best holiday activity tips from Enid Blyton's Famous Five – in pictures Is your summer holiday about thrilling times outdoors or more about playing on electronic devices? Check out these ideas for perfectly ripping adventures – and find out more about The Enid Blyton here! Plus enter our competition to win one of three sets of 10 Famous Five books – Tue, 04 Aug 2015 11:00:05 GMT Critic’s Take: Walker Percy’s Theory of Hurricanes Percy believed that we feel good when we no longer feel uncertain about our role in the world; when everyone is focused, connected and engaged. Tue, 04 Aug 2015 11:00:01 GMT Want to write a book? You can if you've got 75 minutes spare A group of people will attempt to write a book in a little over an hour at Nine Worlds Geekfest in November. Don’t expect it to be in next year’s Booker longlistEvery year, writers across the world struggle through the month of November to hit a seemingly impossible target: write a whole novel in 30 days. But National Novel Writing Month – or NaNoWriMo, as it’s known – will shortly look... Tue, 04 Aug 2015 09:00:03 GMT Books of The Times: Review: China Miéville’s ‘Three Moments of an Explosion’ The short stories in Mr. Miéville’s newest collection take place in a variety of strange worlds, including one in which icebergs fly. Mon, 03 Aug 2015 22:22:15 GMT Cece Bell: how I made El Deafo – in pictures Cece Bell’s touching and funny graphic novel for children exploring her own deafness began as a blog when she realised she was couldn’t admit to being deaf to a rude supermarket cashier. It’s been longlisted for the Guardian children’s book prize 2015, and here Cece tells us how she made it Tue, 04 Aug 2015 09:30:03 GMT The first Guardian children's literature festival is on its way News flash! See Sarah McIntyre, Philip Reeve and their pugs of the frozen north plus Paul Stickland, Emer Stamp, Michael Grant and Joseph Coelho in a teepee for free in London on 29 August 2015Calling all book lovers, we’re holding a one day free children’s literature festival on 29 August 2015 in a big teepee in Kings Cross, London. Here’s the lowdown on who’s coming: Tue, 04 Aug 2015 13:00:16 GMT Hear the Wind Sing/Pinball, 1973 by Haruki Murakami review – an excellent introduction to an important novelist Murakami may not be a fan of his first two books but both hint at the qualities that typify his workThe arrival of a new novel by tends to be greeted by his fans with cult-like devotion. Since the publication of in 1987, Murakami has held a unique place in the contemporary literary canon: a Japanese writer steeped in American literature, and arguably the most successful contemporary Japanese... Tue, 04 Aug 2015 07:30:01 GMT Bookends: Can a Virtuous Character Be Interesting? Thomas Mallon and Alice Gregory debate whether morally upstanding characters necessarily make for dull fiction. Tue, 04 Aug 2015 14:00:02 GMT