Three days after a Superman comic sold for $1 million, a Batman book fetches a better price.
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"It's my story, and ... it does need to be told," Salman Rushdie told reporters this week.
The stories of six North Korean defectors offer a chilling portrait of life in an Orwellian society.
A tender look at a (mostly) gentle giant.
Hear Chris Cleave talk about "Little Bee," his novel about two British tourists whose lives collide with that of a young Nigerian girl.
Dynamic Books software from Macmillan will allow professors to reorganize, update, revise, and even delete sections from online textbooks.
The Guardian asked a cluster of well-known authors for their tricks of the trade. Some of their answers may surprise you.
Quirky, comical essays explore the relationship between Russian literature and life.
It's a bird, it's a plane – it's the million-dollar Superman comic book!
J.K. Rowling is only one of many well-known authors to face charges of plagiarism.
A well-to-do American family downsizes and gives almost a million dollars to charity.
This debut novel sets an old-fashioned Gothic tale amid the ‘eternal snow’ of Wisconsin.
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