Foucault has a new book out, and it's the key to understanding his entire work on sexuality

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Foucault has a new book out, and it's the key to understanding his entire work on sexuality

(Kafka's friend Max Brod defied the author's wishes by posthumously publishing his novels, including The Trial and The Castle.) Thirty-four years after his death, Foucault's wishes have been expressly denied with the publication of his fourth book on sexuality. Confessions of the Flesh, published last
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Brand Marketing Manager, Macmillan Children's Books

Pan Macmillan UK is one of the largest general book publishers in the UK, with imprints including Macmillan, Mantle, Pan, Picador, Bluebird, Bello, Macmillan Children's Books and Macmillan Digital Audio. Pan Macmillan is part of the worldwide Macmillan Publishing Group. We have recently been
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Rural Lafayette native delves into the newspaper archives

For more than a year, she has been combing through the 114-year collection as a volunteer for the Nicollet County Historical Society (NCHS). “I went down to St Peter [Historical Society office] to the archives to look up something for my own family,” Muchow said. “While I was down there, Bob [Sandeen]
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Marvel's Star Wars: Thrawn brings Timothy Zahn's latest novel to life

In 2016 it was announced that he would be reintroduced as part of the Rebels cartoon series, and Zahn himself was brought on to write a new novel detailing Thrawn's origin story. Thrawn arrived last spring, published by Del Rey Books, and quickly put Zahn back on the New York Times best-sellers' list.
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Nigeria: A First Lady's Milestone

With the formal presentation of her maiden novel, 'An Abundance of Scorpions', Kaduna State First Lady, Hadiza Isma el-Rufai, has joined the league of literary stars. First, she loves reading. Then, she picked interest in writing. But how can she write creatively and appeal to a sizeable portion of readers
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Book Bits: Race in America – A preliminary reading list

Realistic fiction, YA crossover. A New York Times Notable Book, Publishers Weekly Flying Start. Publishers Weekly Best Book of the Year, ALA Booklist Editors' Choice of 2017 (Top of the List winner), School Library Journal Best Book of the Year, Kirkus Best Book of the Year, BookPage Best YA Book of
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Text to Text | 'The Fault in Our Stars' and 'You May Want to Marry My Husband'

In our Text to Text lesson plans, we match an often-taught literary or historical work with a New York Times article that echoes, extends or challenges its themes or ideas. In this edition, we pair a scene from John Green's best-selling young-adult novel “The Fault in Our Stars” with Amy Krouse Rosenthal's
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Lauren Doyle Owens' 'Other Side of Everything' a suspenseful look at life and death in suburbia

Owens, who lives near Fort Lauderdale and graduated from Florida International University's MFA creative writing program, builds the book's plot around three of Adel's neighbors. Bernard White has known Adel longest; like her, he's one of the neighborhood's “originals,” who moved there 50 years ago
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Saint Valentine's Day in Costa Rica

Tortuguero usually makes the top 10 of the most paradisiacal beaches in Costa Rica. It is part of a National Park. … Flowers, especially roses, are popular presents and today, as the day advances, they become “best-sellers” and get scarcer and more expensive. Same applies to chocolate, stuffed
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This Harvard University class is a bunch of crap — literally

“If literature is excrement, then the canon is a chamber pot,” proposes the course listing. “French literature, from the Middle Ages to today, has been consistently and remarkably scatological,” reads the course description. “Fecal matter is omnipresent in works and authors that we consider canonical (e.g.
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Frank Ocean talks 'Nostalgia, Ultra' and Odd Future in unearthed interview

Ocean goes on to describe his creative writing process as “part rubix-cube, part roller-coaster, part watching paint dry”. He also shows his dislike of labelling music with genres. Frank Ocean. Elsewhere in the chat, Ocean discusses his role as the most commercially successful member of Odd Future.
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Non-enzymatic portable optical sensor for Microcystin-LR

We present here the development of an all-solid-state optical sensor based on phenyl-substituted diaza-18-crown-6 hydroxyquinoline (DCHQ-Ph), for the indirect selective detection of Microcystin-LR (MC-LR) reaching a very low detection limit of 0.05 µg/L, well below World Health Organisation (WHO)
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