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Manuscripts of pro-Nazi French author rediscovered after 78 years
'Guerre' (War) a novel written by one of France's most controversial literary figures, Louis-Ferdinand Celine, is set to arrive in bookstores on Thursday, some 78 years after its manuscript disappeared. A new exhibition in Paris aims to explore the mystery behind the rediscovered manuscripts.
Keri Hulme: Booker Prize-winning novelist dead at 74
Hulme took almost 20 years to produce 'the bone people' which drew on her indigenous Maori and Scottish heritage, weaving themes of personal and cultural isolation.
Immersion in the world of fairytales in Hans Christian Andersen museum
Hans Christian Andersen is being celebrated in his hometown of Odense, with a new museum designed by Japanese architect Kengo Kuma, which combines biographical elements with a fantasy world.
'One of the country's most astute observers': Joan Didion dies at 87
The legendary author and essayist, lauded for her commentary on social unrest in America, has passed away.
'Lovely Bones' author issues apology to man wrongly accused of rape
Anthony Broadwater was jailed for 16 years in 1982 for the rape of Sebold but was exonerated earlier this year after a reexamination of his case.
Dan Brown introduces his book 'Wild Symphony' to Czech readers
Poetry, classical music, and colourful pictures in a children’s book... a rare combination from an author of fascinating mystery novels that draw on history to create breathtaking thrillers.
World's biggest book fair opens its doors in Frankfurt
From 20 to 24 October, Frankfurt Book Fair will welcome visitors from all around the world, but in a smaller edition due to the pandemic.
Prize winner Carmen Mola and a long line of gender-swapping pseudonyms
In the wake of Spain's €1 million Planeta literature Award controversy, we reflect on the authors of times past that used pen names, and why they chose to.
Afghan author: 'The only thing the Taliban have learned is how to lie'
Exiled Afghan writer and activist Nadia Ghulam on evacuations, life under the Taliban and a decade forced to live as a man.
How to experience Paris through the eyes of Ernest Hemingway
On the 60th anniversary of his death, we take a stroll through Paris through the eyes of Ernest Hemingway.
'The Very Hungry Caterpillar' author Eric Carle dies at 91
'The Very Hungry Caterpillar', which introduces colours and animals to young readers, came out in 1967 and became a perennial bestseller.
John le Carré, author of 'Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy', dies aged 89
John le Carre, who worked for Britain's intelligence service before turning his experience into fiction, has died aged 89.
'Queen of Suspense' Mary Higgins Clark dies at 92
Higgins Clark started her professional career as a secretary and decided to write a novel after the death of her first husband. She went on to pen 56.
My eco job | My life as an undercover animal rights investigator
From fur trapping to football, Rich Hardy's CV isn't what you'd expect from a vegan campaigner.
French publisher apologises for CIA 9/11 conspiracy theory in textbook
Textbook publisher Ellipses said it bitterly regretted the mistake that suggested 9/11 was orchestrated by the CIA.
Living Recommends | Rewilding our relationship with our wardrobe
Kate Fletcher's "Wild Dress" asks us to think about what we wear and its connection with the natural world.
'Getting Brexit done is going to take decades' says Jonathan Coe
The author of "Middle England" gives his thoughts to Euronews on Thursday's general election and the ongoing aftershock of the 2016 EU referendum.
Sweden charges former China envoy over Gin Minhai meetings
Swedish prosecutors suspect Anna Lindstedt of organising a meeting in January between Gui’s daughter, China's ambassador and two businessmen about the possible release of her father, a dissident bookseller who is current imprisoned.
Charles Dickens tried to get his wife into asylum, letters reveal
"He discovered at last that she had outgrown his liking. She had borne ten children and had lost many of her good looks, was growing old, in fact," a recently-unearthed letter revealed.
British Council apologises to George Orwell over 1946 rejection letter
The apology comes more than 70 years after the letter was rejected.
50-year-old French author says women his age too old to love
Yann Moix, an award-winning French author made the comments in an interview with Marie Claire magazine.
Israeli author Amos Oz dies at 79
Israeli author Amos Oz has died of cancer at the age of 79.