'An Ideal Husband' presents a story of men hiding their past, but how does that hold up in the #MeToo era? Stratford Shakespeare Festival explores.
For many people, watching Shakespeare is like running through the snow and jumping into a hot tub. The reaction your body has to this sudden shift isn’t unexpected, but the physical response can be unpleasant. It stings, but you...
Jeffrey Gitomer's book, Little Gold Book of Yes! Attitude, provides the keys to leading a fruitful and more fulfilled life.
Historical Fiction is one of the most underrated genres of literature that exists. It revolves around weaving complex stories about real historical events and individuals. Here are five historical fiction authors everyone should read
Dictionary Stories is a unique entry in the crowded literary landscape. What could have been a gimmicky collection of nonsense instead shines through as one of the most inventive, varied, and entertaining books to hit shelves in years.
Movie novelizations are usually the cheapest, pulpiest combination of reading and over-the-top blockbusters. This article explores how the novelization of STAR WARS: THE LAST JEDI stacks up against the movie.
French authors can be every bit as contemporary, funny, and timeless as their older (and, dare I say, Anglophone) counterparts. In order to showcase the best works that modern French literature has to offer, here is a list of five essential French books that you must read in your lifetime.
From the day of its original publication in Germany in 2013, Timur Vermes’ ‘Look Who’s Back’ (translated from the original title: ‘Er ist wieder da’) was going to ruffle some feathers. The novel combined to hitherto seldom-explored literary genres for German authors: political satire and Adolf Hitler.
Few literature genres divide opinion quite like sporting autobiographies. I believe that well-written sporting autobiographies can inspire people to do great things, and they often detail areas of sport that spectators seldom see, such as negotiations between agents and arranging transfers between teams.
Whilst the general pattern of the coming of age novel has remained regular (protagonist, on the brink of adulthood must overcome social and personal obstacles, in doing so shedding the skin of their childhood self), the context in which they are written has undergone significant change in the last 100 years