Tag Archives: Literature (Media Genre)

Stories By Rabindranath Tagore - First Look

Stories By Rabindranath Tagore – First Look

The characters of Tagore’s stories spring into life through the imagination and vision of acclaimed filmmaker Anurag Basu in ‘Tagore Stories’. Tagore Stories share with us the intricately etched characters created by the master himself and brought to the small screen by the visionary director of ‘Barfi’ and ‘Life in a Metro.’ Set in a politically volatile period, the stories are constantly shifting in the social world of the early… Read Article →

Charles Dickens Dombey and Son Chapter 2 Part 2 Chapter 3 Part 1

Charles Dickens Dombey and Son Chapter 2 Part 2 Chapter 3 Part 1

Chapter 2 Part 2 Chapter 3 Part 1 of Charles Dickens Dombey and Son Paul Dombey is the owner of Dombey and Son, a shipping company. The wealthy business owner dreams of having a son to take over the family business one day. He neglects his first child, a girl,because she is not the boy for whom he had hoped. Dombey’s first wife dies shortly after giving birth to his… Read Article →

Ylva Author Panel Discussion #2 - Women of Color in Lesbian Fiction

Ylva Author Panel Discussion #2 – Women of Color in Lesbian Fiction

We’re a small publisher focusing on lesbian fiction and women’s literature. We publish German and English novels and short stories. hi everybody my name is Andy Marquette and I am moderating this panel that we have assembled a group of authors to discuss the inclusion of women of color and fiction in general and lesbian fiction specifically we are going to conduct an open thoughtful respectful conversation our goal is… Read Article →

"The Mystery of Edwin Drood" by Charles Dickens - Bookworm History

"The Mystery of Edwin Drood" by Charles Dickens – Bookworm History

Episode 8: On death, disappearance, and a half-finished book Today I’m giving the spotlight to Charles Dickens’ final work “The Mystery of Edwin Drood”! Having written only 6 of the proposed 12 parts before he died, Dickens has left in “Drood” a mystery that has been the subject of debate and speculation for almost 150 years! I discuss a little of the plot, a lot of the history behind the… Read Article →

Lydia Maria Child 1st Female Abolitionist Writer and Editor

Lydia Maria Child 1st Female Abolitionist Writer and Editor

Lydia Maria Child, a Quaker born abolitionist made fame in 1802 with her publication of “An Appeal in Favor of the Class of Americans called Africans”. This caused her to have many enemies in Boston Aristocracy as it was directed at Boston especially a chapter entitled “Prejudice Against People of Color”. The she was blacklisted by Harvard University. Later she became editor of the weekly newspaper of American Anti-Slavery Society…. Read Article →

The Art of Work {Book Reviews for Busy Women}

The Art of Work {Book Reviews for Busy Women}

Looking for an inspiring book to help you discover your calling in life? The Art of Work, by Jeff Goins, is the book for you! Find out what the book is about, who it’s for, what I thought about it, and how I’d describe it in just one word. ~~~~~~~~ Asheritah is a writer, speaker, and blogger who helps overwhelmed women find joy in Jesus. Find more encouragement on her… Read Article →

An interview with famous Punjabi Novelist Jaswant Singh Kanwal Part 1

An interview with famous Punjabi Novelist Jaswant Singh Kanwal Part 1

Punjabi novelist Jaswant Singh Kanwal told his life story. How he went to Malaysia and how he came back. How he joined SGPC, how was the partition of Punjab(India). How he started writing his novels and how he met Dr. Jaswant Kaur Gill. He has deep knowledge of Indian literature, history, and politics. Meri Parvaaz With Jaswant Singh Kanwal Part 1 Host:- Mintu Brar (Kangroonama) Directed & Edited By: –… Read Article →

BOOKS I WANT TO READ | February 2019

BOOKS I WANT TO READ | February 2019

Sorry this is late going up! Life is getting in the way of filming and editing, but I hope to get back on track soon. Are there particular videos you’d like to see on this channel? Leave your suggestions here: D I S C O U N T C O D E S – I receive NO commission ➳ Use ‘BOOKOWL’ for 10% off at (first box in the monthly… Read Article →

Paulo Coelho: The Secret of The Alchemist's Success | SuperSoul Sunday | Oprah Winfrey Network

Paulo Coelho: The Secret of The Alchemist's Success | SuperSoul Sunday | Oprah Winfrey Network

More than a worldwide best-seller, Paulo Coelho’s The Alchemist is a true phenomenon. When it was first published in 1988, it sold only a handful of copies, but 25 years later the book has sold 65 million copies, has been translated into 80 different languages and has been on the New York Times best-seller list for more than 300 weeks.Oprah, who is conducting Paulo’s first interview on American television, says… Read Article →

David Mitchell on the craft, Dickens, and latest on his new novel

David Mitchell on the craft, Dickens, and latest on his new novel

David Mitchell is the acclaimed author of the novels Black Swan Green, which was selected as one of the 10 Best Books of the Year by Time; Cloud Atlas, which was a Man Booker Prize finalist; Number9Dream, which was short-listed for the Man Booker as well as the James Tait Black Memorial Prize; and Ghostwritten, awarded the Mail on Sunday/John Llewellyn Rhys Prize for best book by a writer under… Read Article →

Hilary Mantel and Fay Weldon: The Courage of Women Writers

Hilary Mantel and Fay Weldon: The Courage of Women Writers

Writers in Conversation is a series of talks organised by the Society of Authors, which feature members of the SoA Council and other writers discussing the business of writing. This short video clip shows Hilary Mantel and Fay Weldon discussing the courage of women writers, and is from a talk that took place on Wednesday 3rd December 2014. I just wanted to raise a couple of things with you about… Read Article →

J.K. Rowling's Struggle With Writer's Block

J.K. Rowling's Struggle With Writer's Block

Subscribe and share for more great J.K. Rowling videos! the first chapter of Harry Potter and the order of the Phoenix appeared in 20 German magazines a full month before the official publication to raise money for the homeless in London 4,000 children attended a reading in the Royal Albert Hall with a webcast beamed to millions JK also answered questions from her fans if I could have any power… Read Article →

Alexander McCall-Smith

Alexander McCall-Smith

Much-loved worldwide for his warm-hearted No. 1 Ladies Detective Agency series, featuring the no-nonsense Precious Ramotswe – Botswana’s leading (and only) female detective – writer Alexander McCall Smith is joined in conversation by crime writer Angela Savage. McCall Smith, who now lives in Edinburgh, has also won over readers with his Sunday Philosophy Club, Scotland Street and Corduroy Mansion series. His books have been translated into over 40 languages; the… Read Article →

Novel Thoughts #7: Carol Brayne on Charles Dickens and George Eliot

Novel Thoughts #7: Carol Brayne on Charles Dickens and George Eliot

Having decided to become a doctor at the age of 10, Professor Carol Brayne’s love of the novels of Charles Dickens and George Eliot fired up her determination to tackle social inequalities in healthcare. Today she is Director of the Cambridge Institute of Public Health. Here she talks about this favourite book as part of ‘Novel Thoughts’, a series exploring the literary reading habits of eight Cambridge scientists. From illustrated… Read Article →

Top Billing meets writer Wilbur Smith (FULL INSERT)

Top Billing meets writer Wilbur Smith (FULL INSERT)

The legendary African author Wilbur Smith invites Top Billing into his home and tells us about his extraordinary life and his new novel Desert God. In this Top Billing exclusive, Nico visits the acclaimed author Wilbur Smith at his South African home. With about 50 years of writing experience and over 130 million books sold, Wilbur has quite the collection to show off to Nico. He shares some of his… Read Article →

Kirkus TV Interview with Best-Selling Author Anthony Doerr

Kirkus TV Interview with Best-Selling Author Anthony Doerr

Anthony Doerr’s novel ALL THE LIGHT WE CANNOT SEE has been one of this summer’s big hits. We talk to Anthony about creating his tender new novel. Click here to read the Kirkus review for ALL THE LIGHT WE CANNOT SEE: Click here to browse Kirkus TV episodes: Click here to see other books by Anthony Doerr: Doerr’s ALL THE LIGHT WE CANNOT SEE was mentioned in, “A Note from… Read Article →