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Santa Claus is Comin' to Town - The Crozet Gazette

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  • Posted 8th December 2018, 8:02 am
Santa Claus is Comin' to Town  The Crozet Gazette

Among our many treasured holiday traditions, few are of longer standing than the recitation of “A Visit from St. Nicholas” by Clement Clarke Moore (1779-1863).

Love Songs for a Lost Continent by Anita Felicelli - India Currents

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  • Posted 8th December 2018, 1:25 am
Love Songs for a Lost Continent by Anita Felicelli  India Currents

On a crisp December morning, writer Anita Felicelli and I meet up at Madras Cafe, where between sips of filter coffee and bites of steaming idlis, we discuss her ...

The long and short of storytelling in India - Hindustan Times

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  • Posted 7th December 2018, 10:28 am
The long and short of storytelling in India  Hindustan Times

With professional storytellers taking centre stage at literary festivals, private gatherings and other events, narrating stories to an audience has moved beyond ...

The world of ‘medieval’ Karnataka - Bangalore Mirror

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  • Posted 3rd December 2018, 7:30 pm
The world of ‘medieval’ Karnataka  Bangalore Mirror

In this column, I list a few books in English that might help share my enthusiasm for “medieval” Karnataka. The word, medieval, appears in scare quotes as it is ...

Guardian best books of 2018: across fiction, politics, food and mor…

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  • Posted 1st December 2018, 3:00 am
Guardian best books of 2018: across fiction, politics, food and more  The Guardian

From Brexit satires to time-travelling murder mysteries and a former first lady's wry observations on life in the White House, our critics pick the best novels, poetry, ...

On the recurrent Kashmiri misreading of Shakespeare - Free Press Ka…

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  • Posted 30th November 2018, 7:24 am
On the recurrent Kashmiri misreading of Shakespeare  Free Press Kashmir

In this piece, the author discusses the ways in which a popular quote from a comedic play by Shakespeare is misinterpreted by certain Kashmiris and the impact.

Renée Stout, When 6 Is 9: Visions of a Parallel Universe at Hemphil…

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  • Posted 20th November 2018, 3:00 am
Renée Stout, When 6 Is 9: Visions of a Parallel Universe at Hemphill Fine Arts, Reviewed  Washington City Paper

Renée Stout channels totems from this universe and other realms for a singular exhibition of otherworldly art.

A lesson in allegorical storytelling [podcast] - OUPblog

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  • Posted 19th November 2018, 3:00 am
A lesson in allegorical storytelling [podcast]  OUPblog

National Novel Writing Month challenges writers from all over the world to complete a 50000-word novel within the month of November. To help guide our ...

Seven good ideas for seven days in Scotland - The National

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  • Posted 18th November 2018, 3:00 am
Seven good ideas for seven days in Scotland  The National

Here's what you can get up to in Scotland this week.

Interview: Brendan Perry of Dead Can Dance - The Young Folks

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  • Posted 13th November 2018, 3:00 am
Interview: Brendan Perry of Dead Can Dance  The Young Folks

We talked to Brendan Perry of Australian duo Dead Can Dance about the new album Dionysus, folklore, nature, and more.


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