Poetry isn't doing it for you? Maybe you need to find a new poet.
Readers have been fascinated by Brooks's contention that external success – or what he calls 'résumé' success – is less essential than inner goodness.
The American Library Association's 2014 list of most banned books may be indicative of contemporary concerns.
'You will fail,' says 'Harry Potter' author J.K. Rowling, talking about her new book 'Very Good Lives.' 'That's inevitable. It's what you do with it.'
‘Fortune’s Fool,’ the first-ever biography of John Wilkes Booth, portrays Lincoln's assassin as charismatic, talented, and overcome with hatred and rage.
In an interview with the Monitor, Larson says history has taught him that 'any time we find ourselves expressing smug confidence about things that will or will not happen, we need to take warning.'
Lionsgate has announced it will adapt Homer's 'The Odyssey' for the big screen.