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27 Links: Links from The Reader 27 on Elizabeth Barrett Browning’s Sonnets from the Portuguese

Josie Billington's biographical essay, A Place to Stand and Love In from issue 27 of The Reader magazine, explores the…

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27 Links: Links from Reader 27 on Ian McEwan’s Saturday

Raymond Tallis's article on Ian McEwan's Saturday in issue 27 of The Reader magazine addresses the issue of implausibility in…

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Cheltenham Literature Festival: A Question of Interpretation

Yesterday morning, Nicolette Jones chaired a riveting discussion between authors Blake Morrison and Jonathan Coe about the position of the…

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Who Reads Doris Lessing?

In the few days since Doris Lessing was announced as the 2007 winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature, book…

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27 Links: Links from Reader 27 on Victoria Field

In issue 27, The Reader tries to be happy, gathering together stories, poetry, essays and recommendations that focus on moments…

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Features: An Interview with Doris Lessing

In the light of today's excellent news from Sweden I have just added to the Features pages an interview with…

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Literature

Poppy Shakespeare Giveaway

Back in July we highlighted Poppy Shakespeare by Clare Allan as one of our 'recommended reads' (To read the recommendation…

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Featured Article: Brian Nellist on Scott

Just added to the Features Page, an article by Brian Nellist from the very first issue of The Reader, over…

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Literature

Featured Poem: The Dream

Today is National Poetry Day and this year its focus is dreams, a subject that poets (and readers alike) are…

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Recommended Reads: Stuart … A Life backwards

This recommendation is posted by Sara Pendergast, writer, painter, working in Washington State. Stuart ... A Life Backwards: Alexander Masters’…

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The Reader 27 has landed!

In Issue 27, The Reader tries for happiness and we couldn't be more happy that it has arrived so we…

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It’s Art, Stupid! Andrew Motion at the Sefton Festival of Literature

The Sefton Festival of Literature opened on Wednesday September 19 and closes with a performance by poet Jackie Kay at…

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