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Donna Tartt’s The Goldfinch: David Gilbert Reviews the Novel | Vanity Fair

Donna Tartt’s The Goldfinch: David Gilbert Reviews the Novel

Novelist Donna Tartt, photographed at the Argosy Book Store, on East Street in New York City (Annie Leibovitz)

Sheryl Sandberg, ‘Lean In’ Author, Hopes to Spur Movement - NYTimes.com - watching to see how this story unfolds.

Sheryl Sandberg, ‘Lean In’ Author, Hopes to Spur Movement

Sheryl Sandberg, ‘Lean In’ Author, Hopes to Spur Movement - A Titan’s How-To on Breaking the Glass Ceiling

this is a must read it and loved it Mikhail Bulgakov, 1926. Author of The Master and Margarita - has a fascinating and tragedy back story. Also history of how it finally got published is eye opening about life in late period of USSR

Mikhail Bulgakov, Author of The Master and Margarita - has a fascinating and tragedy back story. Also history of how it finally got published is eye opening about life in late period of USSR

Mexican Writer Carlos Fuentes books at the Vancouver Public Library

” ― Carlos Fuentes “ Mexican novelist Carlos Fuentes - a giant in contemporary Latin American letters - born Nov. 1928 - died May.

John Updike  guardian.co.uk

A life in pictures: John Updike, 1932-2009

John Updike -- Everybody who loves books should try out the Rabbit series.

Ravageurs write. | Mario Vargas Llosa by Rubén Martín

Ravageurs write. | Mario Vargas Llosa by Rubén Martín

Sigrid Undset (1882-1949) is one of three Norwegian authors to have received the Nobel Prize for Literature. Undset received the Prize in 1928, for her two series of novels set against the background of medieval Norway in the 13th century: the 3-volume Kristin Lavransdatter, and the 4-volume Olav Audunssønn. New translations by Tiina Nunnally .

Sigrid Undset won the Nobel Prize in Literature 1928 “for descriptions of Northern Life during the Middle Ages”. Sigrid was born in 1882 in Denmark and died in Norway in having spent most of her.

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