Najlepšie aktuálne články na téma Literatúra na Internetu Literatúra 144 144 Logo Man Booker prize 2016: the longlist – in pictures Dominated by UK and US authors, this year’s longlist sees five debut novels take on two-time winner JM Coetzee, as well as Deborah Levy and AL Kennedy. The shortlist will be announced on 13 September, with a winner named on 25 October Wed, 27 Jul 2016 13:00:41 GMT Man Booker prize judges reveal 2016 longlist Two-time winner JM Coetzee’s latest book is on list along with little-reviewed crime thriller by Graeme Macrae BurnetA psychological crime thriller will compete with the latest heavyweight novel from the Nobel prize winner JM Coetzee for this year’s Man Booker prize, the judges have revealed as they released details of the 2016 longlist.In total, 13 novels make the list. Six are by women and... Wed, 27 Jul 2016 13:00:41 GMT Anne Rice finds there's still life in Lestat with a new vampire novel Prince Lestat and the Realms of Atlantis, described by the author as ‘one of my greatest personal adventures’, is due out in NovemberAnne Rice is set to reveal her vision of the lost realm of Atlantis in a new novel starring her most famous creation, the vampire Lestat.The bestselling American author has announced that Prince Lestat and the Realms of Atlantis will be published on 29 November... Wed, 27 Jul 2016 14:03:06 GMT Fiction: Two Suspense Novels Track Down Girls Gone Lost Amy Gentry’s “Good as Gone” and Megan Miranda’s “All the Missing Girls” are stories told in reverse. Wed, 27 Jul 2016 17:21:47 GMT Murakami in the making: how his early novels shaped the author When his first two novels were recently rereleased, Haruki Murakami said he viewed them with love and embarrassment. But as Lowry Pei writes, the books set a path for the author away from despair and towards true sincerityBy Lowry Pei for , part of the .In a foreword to the recent publication of his two earliest novels, recently made available in a good English translation for the first time,... Wed, 27 Jul 2016 17:00:01 GMT Anger as Derby plans to hand over most of city's libraries to volunteers Campaigners condemn strategy to retain four council-run branches, but pass the other 11 to voluntary operationsDerby city council’s plans to hand 11 libraries over to volunteers have been slammed by campaigners as tantamount to destroying them.Derby has said that “as a result of the government continuing to cut local government funding”, it needs to slash £648,000 from its libraries... Wed, 27 Jul 2016 17:58:32 GMT Chris Abani: 'The middle-class view of Africa is a problem' The prolific Nigerian writer, who fled to the US after being repeatedly imprisoned for his views, wants a more diverse representation of the continent“When a war is over, it takes another 10 years for a war to be really over,” the novelist and poet says over the phone. “And so I grew up in the detritus of that war; it is something that has haunted me for a long time.”Abani is referring... Wed, 27 Jul 2016 18:06:30 GMT An Abbreviated Life by Ariel Leve review – memoir of a monstrous mother ‘I thought that little girl’s only chances were suicide or murder.’ This is a powerful, devastating account of a childhood without boundaries on New York’s Upper East SideWhen Ariel Leve was six years old, she and her mother would play a game called Being Born. It required her to curl up into a ball and place herself in bed between her mother’s naked thighs while she puffed and groaned... Wed, 27 Jul 2016 16:00:00 GMT Péter Esterházy spísal videné Esterházy bol bezhraničný experimentátor, jeho kostrbatý jazyk je plný alúzií, "značiek", metafor, plávajúcich náznakov a odbočiek k iným dielam. Wed, 27 Jul 2016 05:37:09 GMT Books of The Times: Review: ‘Landmarks,’ a Book on Language and Landscape The British academic, nature writer and word lover Robert Macfarlane makes a passionate case for restoring the “literacy of the land.” Wed, 27 Jul 2016 22:59:10 GMT