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[Book Nerd News] The Prank: The Best of Young Chekhov

The Prank: The Best of Young Chekhov

This is wonderful news, at least for big fans of Anton Chekhov (like me).

It is also the perfect excuse to run this photo:

Writers

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Five Fascinating Facts about Daphne du Maurier

Fun facts about Daphne du Maurier, author of Rebecca

1. A number of classic films owe their existence to Daphne du Maurier. Quite a few of the novels and short stories of Daphne du Maurier (1907-89) have been turned into popular films – Alfred Hitchcock was especially a fan of her work and adapted Jamaica Inn,  493 more words

Literature

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The Pull List: 5/13/2015

Must read comics


Abe Sapien #23

Hellboy guest stars on his buddy’s book to help him investigate one of those Loch Ness Monster wannabe legends. 157 more words

List ALL The Things!

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The Problem With Writing About Feminism

Countless beautiful stories have erupted from people who are brave enough to share their feminist experiences. Dialogue is powerful, a weapon that is more deadly the more you sharpen it—but try to break a glass ceiling by “sharing experiences” and you’ve got another thing coming. 526 more words

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Fighting Prejudice One Issue At A Time

~ HIV+ blood mixed with regular ink and, suddenly, we have a revolution on our hands. Personally, I think this idea is not only bold, but makes the right statement. 49 more words

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An Elementary Tour for Us All

~ Geek and Sundry recently posted an article detailing the more notable locals any Sir Arthur Conan Doyle fan or Sherlock Holmes buff would love to see. 36 more words

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