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Timeline shows the where and why of history's most contentious reads, from Lolita to Charlotte's Web

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The literary map of London is just beautiful

The literary map of London (although the illustrator's grasp of London geography is, to say the least, loose - Battersea East of Lambeth?)

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A brief history of female authors with male pen names.

A brief history of female authors with male pen names

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SparkLife » Every Book in the History of Literature Summed Up in a Single Sentence

Street orphans, Victorian London. Photo from G.F.A. Best's ''Shaftesbury''. UK's government is reducing the standard of living by dismantling the Health Service, reducing/removing Benefits, selling off National assets, and taxing workers to pay more for far less. The fittest will survive, but going backwards isn't progress, and contradicts the concept of civilized society. Those implementing such deprivation are protected by their social and economic position from any ill effects to…

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Word Counts Of Histories Most Famous Books. I wonder whether they took the original ones into account when comparing non-English titles.

Word Counts Of Histories Most Famous Books: Is Your Favourite Here?

Word Counts Of Histories Most Famous Books. I wonder whether they took the original ones into account when comparing non-English titles.

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12 Novels About Real Women Who Changed History

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Queen Elizabeth I, the second daughter of King Henry VIII, was born in 1533 and died in 1603. Henry VIII was disappointed when Anne Boleyn birthed a daughter instead of a son to be heir to his throne. However, Queen Elizabeth I would later be considered the greatest English ruler in history. Art, music, and literature flourished under her reign. Click the image above to learn more.

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SparkLife » Every Book in the History of Literature Summed Up in a Single Sentence

SparkLife » Every Book in the History of Literature Summed Up in a Single Sentence