Around the world in bookish news: Cracking Christie’s Mysteries and Other Stories

Every morning around 8 o’clock, I sit at my desk with a cup of coffee in my hand. I turn on my laptop and I browse Facebook and Twitter in search of interesting and thought-provoking articles on literature and books. This has become my morning routine.

A couple of days ago, I came up with an idea to make a list of these articles on the blog. I will post bookish news and articles every Wednesday. I hope you will like it as much as I do.

1. INFOGRAPHIC: Unusual Jobs of Famous Writers– Have you ever wondered how James Joyce spent his time in-between writing sessions?
2. The story of Charlotte Perkins Gilman and “The Yellow Wallpaper” – Charlote Perkins Gilman was one of the first American feminist at the end of the 19th century. Her work “The Yellow Wallpaper” explores the position of women in the 19th century.
3. A Most Healthy Obsession: The Joy of binge reading– How has book publishing changed? Why has binge releasing been applied on series, as well as on ordinary novels?
4. Experts devise formula to crack Agatha Christie’s murder mysteries– A must-read for all crime fiction lovers. Who is the murderer if a victim is strangled? A man or woman?
5. Five Fascinating Facts about Alfred, Lord Tennyson– Why did Tennyson struggle with a word “scissors”?
6. 10 most extraordinary mobile libraries– From tanks to donkeys, mobile libraries around the world.

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Milica

Milica

Author. Undergraduate student of English language and Literature
Milica