Najlepšie aktuálne články na téma Literatúra na Internetu Literatúra 144 144 Logo Písanie ako vzdor. Spomienka na Ivana Kadlečíka „Život – nepremožiteľný, vždy vznikajúci, z mŕtvych vstávajúci – si treba vážiť, uctievať, mať s ním súzvuk, mať k nemu úctu, súcit a porozumenie, aby sme ho neurazili,“ tvrdil spisovateľ Ivan Kadlečík. Mon, 23 Apr 2018 05:37:11 GMT Ivan Kadlečík: Dvanásť/Vlastný hororskop/Rapsódie a miniatúry/Hlavolamy Druhý z plánovaných štyroch zväzkov súborného diela Ivana Kadlečíka obsahuje texty štyroch kníh z konca 80. a 90. rokov. Mon, 23 Apr 2018 05:37:11 GMT Still reading something you started months ago? You’ve got ‘book-block’ Many voracious readers get bogged down trying to finish the same book for an interminable length of time. Maybe it’s time to give up?Name: Book-block.Symptoms: Tension headaches, chronic anxiety. Mon, 23 Apr 2018 09:00:05 GMT Why The Communist Manifesto and Marx are still relevant today | Letters John Green lists some highlights from Marx’s 200th anniversary celebrations; Malcolm Read says that the Manifesto preaches class war to the death; and Keith Flett hails the way Britain gave him shelterYanis Varoufakis’s eloquent reminder to us of the continued relevance of The Communist Manifesto (, 20 April) is not only a fitting snub to those who had predicted the “end of history” but... Sun, 22 Apr 2018 19:34:15 GMT Olivia Sudjic: five books to get a grip on internet addiction After the Facebook fallout, here are some of the best books to explain how we behave in the digital world, from a dystopian novel to a guide to how our inner lives have been alteredMark Zuckerberg’s testimony to Congress in Washington last week was a grim reminder of many things, not least how far from ’s original vision of the world wide web we have come. “Personalisation” and... Mon, 23 Apr 2018 07:30:03 GMT A Spy Named Orphan: The Enigma of Donald Maclean – review Roland Philipps’s gripping retelling of the Soviet spy’s life reveals his appetite for self-destructionIn 1949, Donald Maclean, then a senior diplomat at the British embassy in Cairo, and his American wife, Melinda, arranged to take some friends on a picnic. Two feluccas were booked to sail the party, who would eat in the moonlight as they travelled up the Nile to the grand house of a... Mon, 23 Apr 2018 08:00:05 GMT Nonfiction: The State That Foreshadows America’s Future Lawrence Wright’s “God Save Texas” is a loving and skeptical portrait of the place he calls home. Mon, 23 Apr 2018 11:00:06 GMT Alt-Right: From 4chan to the White House review – in search of a rightwing rabble Mike Wendling’s history of the political group provides plenty of information, but doesn’t get to the root of its hatredThe best thing about Mike Wendling’s new book is the cover. It is extremely clever – a digitised, mashed-up, almost-but-not-quite swastika, which is both artistically striking and a reflection of the book’s central argument: that the “alt-right” represents a novel... Mon, 23 Apr 2018 09:00:06 GMT Willy Vlautin: 'I think my mother was ashamed that I was a novelist' His fans include Donna Tartt and Roddy Doyle; Andrew Haigh has adapted his third novel, Lean on Pete, into a film. So why does Vlautin still struggle with self-belief?For Willy Vlautin, a book tour is not just about books. Yes, his fifth novel, , the melancholy tale of a young, half-Paiute wannabe prizefighter, was published recently. It’s written in the sort of scorched, bare-bones prose,... Mon, 23 Apr 2018 11:00:08 GMT