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Literature & Fiction Interviews Volume I By Shelagh Watkins
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These interviews provide an insight into a group of authors living in the United States, Canada and Europe, and give a glimpse of their past and present books. The interviews will both entertain and... More > inspire readers to find out more about the authors and their books. When Erma Odrach was asked to share the best review that her father, the acclaimed writer, Theodore Odrach, ever had for his book, Wave of Terror (now translated by Erma into English), she replied: The best one came from the Times Literary Supplement: “Theodore Odrach is that rare thing, a political novelist who is also an artist of the first rank.” Erma Odrach's interview is just one of many insightful interviews that can be found inside Literature & Fiction Interviews Volume I.< Less
Literature & Fiction Interviews Volume II By Shelagh Watkins
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This volume of interviews provides an insight into a group of authors from the United States, Canada and Europe, and gives a glimpse of their past and present books. The unique collection of... More > interviews will entertain and inspire readers to find out more about the authors and their books.< Less
Literature & Fiction Interviews Volumes I & II By Shelagh Watkins
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These interviews provide an insight into a group of authors living in the United States, Canada and Europe, and give a glimpse of their past and present books. The interviews will both entertain and... More > inspire readers to find out more about the authors and their books. When Erma Odrach was asked to share the best review that her father, the acclaimed writer, Theodore Odrach, ever had for his book, Wave of Terror (now translated by Erma into English), she replied: The best one came from the Times Literary Supplement: “Theodore Odrach is that rare thing, a political novelist who is also an artist of the first rank.” Erma Odrach's interview is just one of many insightful interviews that can be found inside Literature & Fiction Interviews Volumes I & II.< Less
The Bosses of Literature By Terri Wheeler
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Poems, epitaphs, parodies, short stories and non-fiction from the students of Mrs. Wheeler's sophomore English classes at Mohawk High School in Sycamore, Ohio.
Linking Literature By SPI Student Press Initiative
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Linking Literature is a book of student-written oral histories that explore thematic connections between historical literary texts and our contemporary society. Using Harper Lee’s To Kill a... More > Mockingbird as an entry point, students record and craft oral histories that capture people’s very real experiences around themes of justice, empathy and innocence. This collection of 32 oral histories is the result of a two-month long process during which students tackled the sometimes daunting challenges that come with interviewing, transcribing, edited and drafting. They also came to discover that often there is little difference between fiction and reality. Subjects range from the unknown to the famous, and include Holocaust survivors, local political figures and renowned journalist Bill Moyers.< Less
ARMENIAN LITERATURE By Anonymous
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The Library of Alexandria is an independent small business publisher. We specialize in bringing back to live rare, historical and ancient books. This includes manuscripts such as: classical fiction,... More > philosophy, science, religion, folklore, mythology, history, literature, politics and sacred texts, in addition to secret and esoteric subjects, such as: occult, freemasonry, alchemy, hermetic, shamanism and ancient knowledge. Our books are available in both print and as digital books. All of our books have been revived by being scanned by people who have passion for knowledge. By purchasing this book you are helping restoring a piece of history for many generations to come to enjoy the fine ancient knowledge that is made available through our modern technology. We sincerely hope you enjoy these treasures in the form of digital books.< Less
Linking Literature By SPI Student Press Initiative
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Linking Literature is a book of student-written oral histories that explore thematic connections between historical literary texts and our contemporary society. Using Harper Lee’s To Kill a... More > Mockingbird as an entry point, students record and craft oral histories that capture people’s very real experiences around themes of justice, empathy and innocence. This collection of 32 oral histories is the result of a two-month long process during which students tackled the sometimes daunting challenges that come with interviewing, transcribing, edited and drafting. They also came to discover that often there is little difference between fiction and reality. Subjects range from the unknown to the famous, and include Holocaust survivors, local political figures and renowned journalist Bill Moyers.< Less
HAM Literature Volume I, Issue I By HAM Literature
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Ham Lit is a creative journal aimed at highlighting original and imaginative works such as short stories, creative non-fiction, fiction, and poetry. Ham Lit believes that good literature, poetry,... More > and stories can shape and inspire generations and define a culture. No matter the subject or genre, these works aim to define humanity one letter at a time. Our first issue includes work by Betsy Birdsall, Chanel Dubofsky, Craig Reishus, Forrest Roth, Howie Good, J. Bradley, Jack Waters, Ken Taylor, mike Maher, Sandy Day, Sarah Green, Travis Kurowski, and William Kenderson.< Less
HAM Literature Volume I, Issue I By HAM Literature
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Ham Lit is a creative journal aimed at highlighting original and imaginative works such as short stories, creative non-fiction, fiction, and poetry. Ham Lit believes that good literature, poetry,... More > and stories can shape and inspire generations and define a culture. No matter the subject or genre, these works aim to define humanity one letter at a time. Our first issue includes work by Betsy Birdsall, Chanel Dubofsky, Craig Reishus, Forrest Roth, Howie Good, J. Bradley, Jack Waters, Ken Taylor, mike Maher, Sandy Day, Sarah Green, Travis Kurowski, and William Kenderson.< Less
What a Student of English Literature Must Know About Fiction By Rajkumar Sharma
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In the moments of jest I often think that anything written is a kind of fiction. It is not real, it is not happening, it was perhaps an incident in past, or it is going to be an event in future. I... More > have definitely concluded that anything that is written and told or retold is fiction. Fiction refers to the class of literature that is composed through imaginative narration, particularly in the form of prose. It can be any work, partial or whole, that provides certain information or describes events which are not real. The information or the description of events narrated in fiction happens to be imaginary and theoretical, mostly the invention of the writer. What a Student of English Literature Must Know about Fiction Copyright Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Noticeable Features of Fiction Chapter Three: Elements of Fiction Chapter Four: Types of Fictional Plots Chapter Five: Different Categories of Fiction Chapter Six: Fictional Forms< Less