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What’s the best way to read all of “Paradise Lost” or “The Brothers Karamazov?” Listen to the audio book? Read an abridged version?
In Mary Shelley’s 1818 novel, a man with the mind of a child observed an instructor giving lessons to a colleague. People call this man by different names: Frankenstein, the Monster or the Creature.
Looking for a spooky story this Halloween? Bestselling English author Sarah Perry’s new novel, “Melmoth,” is part epistolary novel, part ghost story, all gothic.
To talk about climate change, the Trump administration and American capitalism, Barbara Kingsolver takes it back to the '70s. The 1870s.
“The Best American Short Stories 2018,” edited by author Roxane Gay, is a collection of short stories curated with the current cultural climate in mind. The 20 piece collection is an exploration into what it means to read political fiction and the different forms it can take.
Hank Green, brother of author John Green, is no stranger to internet fame. He’s behind Crash Course and SciShow on YouTube, and has founded multiple small businesses, including VidCon and Don’t Forget to Be Awesome.
Angela Flournoy’s 2015 debut novel, “The Turner House,” is obsessed with obsessions.
For the agricultural Midwest, “The Good Earth” is the ideal novel. The story sets a farmer with a starving family against poverty, drought, famine and war, armed with only one thing — his farm and work ethic.
Pearl S. Buck wrote “The Good Earth” in 1931. The novel helped Buck win the Pulitzer Prize in 1932 and the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1938.
Wondering where the archetype of the “bad boy” came from? Look no further than “Wuthering Heights.”
Guitarist Christian Wright, singer Hana Vu and bassist Sebastian Jones performed at the Bishop Bar Sunday evening. Eighteen-year-old Vu played a pearl white guitar with a slate blue fretboard, opening for SALES.
Lauren Morgan and Jordan Shih of SALES performed at the Bishop Sunday evening. The band released its most recent album, "Forever & Ever," July 19.
Lauren Morgan and Jordan Shih of SALES perform at the Bishop on Sunday evening. The band released its most recent album, "Forever & Ever," July 19.
Outside the Bishop Bar on Sunday evening, a light rain fell from an overcast sky. Cars rolled through mist coming off of the pavement, and a chilly breeze carried a humid breath with it.
Graphic novelist, National Book Award winner and Bloomington resident Nate Powell sat down with the Indiana Daily Student to discuss his new novel, “Come Again.” Set in a 1970’s “intentional community” high up in the Ozarks, Haluska and her son, Jacob, have to battle with their own desires, secrets and love as a mysterious monster is out to destroy them.
Most airplanes fly. Some, like the airplane on display at the Mathers Museum of World Cultures, were built to be put in the ground.
Jenny Xie's debut poetry collection, “Eye Level," is a book that looks around in transient spaces.
"A world of disorderly Notions, pick'd out of his Books, crouded into his Imagination," reads the text below the illustration. "Don Quixote" was written by Miguel Cervantes in 1615. It is the best-selling book of all time outside of religious texts.
Ye olden days of fiction had it all. Characters battled windmills, cut the heads off of magical green-colored knights and tricked shepherds into believing a stolen sheep was actually an infant. Break into what the medieval and Renaissance eras had to offer with Dr. Faustus and Don Quixote and read about more medieval literature in future book columns.
The adventures of the band Huckleberry Funk may have little to do with Mark Twain.