EVERY FOUR OR FIVE YEARS, Ayaan Hirsi Ali writes a book telling the world about the horrors of Islam. In her latest installment, Heretic, Hirsi Ali rightly feels the need to justify why another such book is in order. Apparently, she now has a bit more hope for the future of Islam. As she...
Last month, Rowell’s “Eleanor & Park” was named Omaha Public Library’s 2015 Omaha Reads selection. The book was decided through public vote and now will be promoted by the Omaha Public Library through various events and programs. We talked to Rowell about her upcoming book, her upcoming movie and the Nebraska-ness of her books.
If I were going to encourage you to take any one class simply because it’s good for the freshman soul, I would say this: Take some introductory literature class that forces you to memorize poems, heaps and gobs and mounds of poems, old poems. Preferably, this class will be taught...
Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803-82), a quintessentially American writer and thinker, is also one of the most international. Greek, Roman, Chinese, Indian, Persian, French, British, and German philosophers and literary figures pervade his work.
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