Najlepšie aktuálne články na téma Literatúra na Internetu Literatúra 144 144 Logo Da Vinci Code hero returns … if only he'd stayed away like Keith Vaz Dan Brown threatens the public with another potboiler while quick thinking secured the shamed Labour MP’s unused restaurant table at the conferenceThe prevailing mood at the Labour party conference in Liverpool was of gloomy resignation, with right and left aware they need to unite yet not entirely certain how best to make it happen. For anything approaching fun, you had to take a 20-minute... Sat, 01 Oct 2016 01:35:55 GMT Translated book sales are up, but Britain is still cut off from foreign literature Bestsellers from the likes of Elena Ferrante and Karl Ove Knausgaard have helped the market, but fundamental obstacles to reading genuinely widely remainToday is . Look at any bookshop bestseller shelf in the UK and you’ll see translated names everywhere: Elena Ferrante, Karl Ove Knausgaard, Haruki Murakami, Swedish names all over crime fiction. Recent sales figures seem to suggest that the... Fri, 30 Sep 2016 09:00:01 GMT Holding by Graham Norton review – surprisingly sweet It rains and everyone is lonely, but the chatshow host’s debut is an enjoyably unblarneyfied vision of rural IrelandWhat an odd, charming little book this is. Written by a famous comedian, but not particularly funny, nor meant to be; set in a kind of frozen-in-aspic 1970s, with the odd non-working mobile phone; Graham Norton’s first novel presents an utterly unblarneyfied vision of rural... Fri, 30 Sep 2016 08:30:00 GMT Wonder Woman writer confirms superhero is queer Social media celebrates after writer Greg Rucka says the character had ‘obviously’ been in love and relationships with other womenWonder Woman is queer, her writer has confirmed: “I don’t know how much clearer I can make it”.Greg Rucka, who worked on Wonder Woman for DC Comics throughout the 2000s, returned to DC Comics this year for the new Rebirth series commemorating her 75th year in... Fri, 30 Sep 2016 07:01:41 GMT Why has golf, once favoured by writers, gone out of fashion? Despite the continuing pull of the Ryder Cup, modern novellists seem to regard Scotland’s national sport with disdainWith its combination of thought and sport, nature ramble and rivalry, golf once seemed the ideal pursuit for a writer. Agatha Christie and Ian Fleming played regularly and put it into their fiction (in Murder on the Links and Goldfinger, respectively); Arthur Conan Doyle... Fri, 30 Sep 2016 08:00:12 GMT The Keartons by John Bevis review – how nature photography relies on fakery Richard and Cherry Kearton were pioneering wildlife photographers, who realised that capturing nature depended on invention. This is an excellent study of their achievementBirds don’t stop still very often. Nests are their only clutter and the necessity to incubate eggs their only anchor; both are temporary ties to the fabric of the planet. Before camera technology could itself move fast enough... Fri, 30 Sep 2016 09:00:00 GMT Julian Barnes: why I wrote an extravagantly damning review of my own debut novel The writing, the rejections, the letter from Larkin – the author recalls the publication of his first novel, MetrolandI was an unconfident and late-arriving first novelist. Metroland was published when I was 34, and I’d been working on it for seven or eight years. I’d put it in a drawer for long periods, shown it to friends with mixed response, worried about it, liked it, despised it. Some... Fri, 30 Sep 2016 11:00:03 GMT Madame Bovary at 160: a bourgeois sex revolutionary Flaubert’s anti-heroine, the original Desperate Housewife lost in the dreams of romantic fiction, was a scandal on publication and still challenges our morality Q: What does Carmela Soprano, materialistic cuckquean from The Sopranos have in common with Rory Gilmore, the precocious teenager in Gilmore Girls, and the core cast of Desperate Housewives? A: All have been shown on screen reading... Fri, 30 Sep 2016 12:00:04 GMT Eve Out of Her Ruins by Ananda Devi review – teenage lust amid the tropical heat and dust Four teenagers struggle with self-identity and sexuality against a backdrop of daily life in an impoverished suburb of the Mauritian capital of Port-LouisIt’s fair to say that the UK book market is not exactly groaning under the weight of Mauritian literature, (though it’s there if you know where to look). All the more reason, then, to be excited about this latest release from boutique press... Fri, 30 Sep 2016 12:00:04 GMT Jozef Banáš - Kód 7. V Bhutáne, kde majú hrubé domáce šťastie „Klameme ľudí, keď im nahovárame, že dobré ekonomické výsledky automaticky znamenajú aj dobrý a plnohodnotný život,“ tvrdí Jozef Banáš v knihe Kód 7 – Koniec zla. Fri, 30 Sep 2016 15:25:44 GMT