by Janie Chang
The story of the Siku Quanshu Wenlan Ge is inseparable from the story of people who risked all to protect a cultural legacy, from the librarian who sold off his house to the students who would not abandon the heavy boxes that slowed their travel.
SOURCE: Black Perspectives
by Matthew Teutsch
"Gaines...wrote about the people he knew. The land he knew. Their struggles. Their joys. Their lives."
SOURCE: NY Times
Of the 28 most popular books published between 1895 and 1902, 25 were by men. By 1904, though, the situation had begun to improve — and 1907 was a record-breaking year for women’s book sales.
SOURCE: NY Times
by Jennifer Ratner-Rosenhagen
The Algonquin Round Table trained a generation of socially conscious writers.
SOURCE: The Conversation
by Stephen Groening
The techniques and technologies described in the novel are very much present in today’s world.
SOURCE: Literary Hub
by Jennifer Traig
For most of history, authors have used their words to render children speechless.
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