Turning paintings into words

In Sunlight or in Shadow : Stories inspired by the paintings of Edward Hopper edited by Lawrence Block is a short story collection that features Stephen King, Joyce Carol Oates, Michael Connolly, Jeffrey Deaver, Lee Child spinning tales inspired by the great artist's pictures.

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The social construction of childhood: Explored with reference to Roald Dahl's ‘Danny, the Champion of the World’

The Letterpress Project is keen to publish the research of students who write about books and and book-related issues. This latest one comes from Newman University student, Jodie Walwyn.

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The Secret Agent: a tale for our times?

Terry Potter reads Joseph Conrad's novel of an Anarchist outrage that has political significance for our times but is also a universal story of callous tragedy.

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The Old Man and the Sea

Terry Potter reads Hemingway's final novella in which the aging fisherman, Santiago, finally catches 'the big one' - but at what cost?

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From the Hook of Holland to Constantinople

Guest reviewer, Alun Severn reads a book that has become a legend in travel-writing circles, Patrich Leigh Fermor's, A Time Of Gifts

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