Posts Tagged ‘novel’

Palestinian Prisoners’ Spirit Remains Unbroken: Khandaqji’s Novel Wins Prestigious Award

May 2, 2024 Middle East – News – Palestine – Top Al-Manar The novel of Palestinian prisoner Basim Khandaqji, “A Mask, the Color of the Sky”, won the 2024 International Booker Prize for Arabic Fiction, in a new indication that the spirit of Palestinian prisoners remains unbroken despite the oppressive weight of confinement by the Israeli occupation. Khandaqji, born in Nablus, […]

Woke Teachers Trying To Ban Classic Novel From Schools To “Protect Students”

The Washington Post reports that “progressive” teachers in in Washington state are attempting to get To Kill a Mockingbird, authored by Harper Lee, banned in schools in order to “protect students.” The report notes that The Mukilteo School District teachers are adamant that the classic novel, published in 1960, is “outdated and harmful.” Set in the […]

Raspail’s Dystopian “The Camp Of The Saints” Novel Warning Of Immigration Influx Has Been Realized 50 Years Later

By Grzegorz Adamczyk Fifty years ago, in 1973, the French author Jean Raspail released a then seemingly far-fetched Source

Alt-Market’s Graphic Novel Mountain Hollow Is Now For Sale!

This is the beginning of my book Mountain Hollow, a project started last year as an entry in the culture war.  Tired of far-left ideology in every single piece of entertainment?  The only way to fight back is to produce our own content.  Check out my sales campaign at Fundmycomic.com and consider supporting a liberty minded project. […]

‘The Paris Library: A Novel’: An American Library in Paris Filled With Heroes

In “The Paris Library,” Janet Skeslien Charles gives us Odile Souchet, a young French woman who in the winter of 1939 follows her love of literature straight into a position at the American Library in Paris. Throughout the rest of the novel, we meet the rest of the library staff, the eccentric patrons, and the […]

Suad Amiry’s new novel takes readers back — and lights the way forward

Suad Amiry’s “Mother of Strangers” is an important book that tells the story of Jaffa and the Nakba. Through sharing the trauma, grief, and creative resilience of the Palestinian people the book also shows why so many embrace the Palestinian cause. Source

J.K. Rowling’s Latest Novel Features Character Stabbed to Death After Being Accused of Transphobia

Art imitates life in Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling’s new novel, which features a character who is doxxed, threatened, and ultimately murdered after social justice warriors accuse her of transphobia.

Pope Pius II Wrote a Bestselling Erotic Novel Before Turning to the Cloth

Pope Pius II was an unconventional Pope. Before turning to priesthood, he bore children out of wedlock, enjoyed the flames of love, and wrote of adultery, scandal and fiery passion in his erotic story, The Tales of Two Lovers, which became a bestseller of its time. Read more Section:  News Weird Facts Read Later 

Iran produces novel COVID treatment pill

Iran produces novel COVID treatment pill – Tehran%20Times TEHRAN – Iranian pharmaceutical companies have managed to produce a novel COVID-19 oral antiviral candidate, Paxlovid. Performing molecular synthesis, the pharmaceutical companies could finally produce the medicine, Hamidreza Jama’ati, Secretary of the Coronavirus Scientific Committee, said on Monday, Mehr reported. “Based on studies by the Food and […]

Jewish Author Of ‘Bambi’ Also Wrote Notorious Pornographic Novel About Child Prostitute In Vienna

(The Times Of Israel) Besides writing Bambi — the obscure novel upon which the Disney animated movie is based — the Jewish author Felix Salten also wrote a notorious pornographic novel about a child prostitute which was so obscene that it became illegal to even own a copy of it: While the 1942 Disney film […]

Exactly Which Dystopian Novel Are We Living In? Brave New World, 1984, Fahrenheit 451?

There’s a debate going on among the disaffected/ terrified over which dystopian novel we’re now living in. As John Rubino remarks, some point to social media addiction and designer drugs to suggest Brave New World. Others see mass surveillance and pandemic lockdowns as putting us squarely in 1984. Still others cite online censorship and cancel […]

Punjabi novel on Dalit resistance movement gets international attention

Thanks to a Vancouver-based body of literary awards, the Dhahan Prize for Punjabi Literature, Balbir Madhopuri’s Mitti Bol Peye has received this year’s award in the “novel” category. Based on the Dalit resistance movement in Punjab, the novel is a powerful commentary on the oppression of the so-called untouchables in a caste-based Indian society. The […]

Expert: Documents Show Fauci-Funded Wuhan Lab Created Novel Coronavirus with ‘Enhanced Pathogenicity’ for Humans

Newly released U.S. government documents show that Dr. Anthony Fauci’s National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) provided funding for the gain-of-function research conducted at the Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV) that created novel coronaviruses with the ability to infect humans, and one previously undisclosed SARS-related coronavirus engineered at the Wuhan lab was reportedly […]

Anna Seghers novel “Transit” comes to Iranian bookstores

Anna Seghers novel “Transit” comes to Iranian bookstores – Tehran%20Times TEHRAN – German writer Anna Seghers’s novel “Transit” has been published in Persian by the Qoqnus publishing house in Tehran. Setareh Notaj is the translator of the book first published in 1944. Seghers is famous for depicting the moral experience of the Second World War. […]

Anna Seghers’ novel “Transit” published in Persian

Anna Seghers’ novel “Transit” published in Persian – Tehran%20Times TEHRAN – A Persian translation of German writer Anna Seghers’s novel “Transit” has been published in Iran. The novel set in Vichy Marseilles after France fell to Nazi Germany has been released by Qoqnush Publications in Tehran. Setareh Notaj is the translator of the book. Written […]

Dr. David Martin: There is no “Delta” Variant – “Novel” Coronavirus Known as COVID-19 Was Patented 2 Decades Ago

by Brian ShilhavyEditor, Health Impact News Dr. David Martin was recently interviewed by Attorney Reiner Fuellmich who is seeking to bring criminal charges against crimes committed during the COVID-19 Plandemic. The full interview is nearly 90 minutes, and I have received numerous emails from subscribers to Health Impact News alerting us to this interview. Most of the comments I have […]

Patents Review shows SARS-CoV-2 is no novel Virus

Dr. David Martin -July 9 2021 Dr. David Martin, CEO of M-CAM International (risk management) has reviewed 4,000 Coronavirus patents. He appeared on Sitting #60 of the German Corona Committee on July 9 2021 to share his findings in a 90 minute discussion with lawyers of the Ausschuss and Dr. Wolfgang Wodarg, Germany’s most experienced […]

Functionalized graphene oxide serves as a novel vaccine nano-adjuvant for robust stimulation of cellular immunity

2016 Feb 14 Abstract Benefiting from their unique physicochemical properties, graphene derivatives have attracted great attention in biomedicine. In this study, we carefully engineered graphene oxide (GO) as a vaccine adjuvant for immunotherapy using urease B (Ure B) as the model antigen. Ure B is a specific antigen for Helicobacter pylori, which is a class […]

Mandating a Novel Vaccine is a Novel Legal Issue

Mandating a Novel Vaccine is a Novel Legal Issue by Carolyn Hendler, JD Published June 7, 2021The emergency use authorization (EUA) granted to vaccine manufacturers by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to allow experimental COVID-19 vaccines to be distributed to the U.S. population states that the product is “an investigational vaccine not licensed […]

Novel About Greek Exodus From Istanbul Wins Turkish Literary Prize

A major literary prize has been awarded to Hercules Millas, a Greek author from Istanbul, Turkey. Credit: Stegop/Wikimedia Commons/CC BY-SA 3.0 A Turkish literary award named the Orhan Kemal Novel Prize has been awarded to a Greek writer from Istanbul named Hercules Millas for his works on the nature of Greek identity through the lens of Greek-Turkish […]

New novel tells story of a disease inspector helping Jews in Nazi prisons

 Every time I finish reviewing a book about the Holocaust, I resolve, “Never again.” I will not relive, at least in my imagination, the horrors of the ultimate Jewish – or human – nightmare, ever again. And then some publisher throws a book through the transom. Maybe it’s my ever-growing senility, perhaps I’m a secret […]

1952 Novel by Wernher von Braun: Mars Ruled by Elon

May 7th, 2021 Via: The Sun: ELON Musk’s plot to colonise other worlds may have been predicted by a German scientist 70 years ago. Writing in his 1952 science fiction novel “Project Mars”, engineer Wernher von Braun described a man called “Elon” who ruled over the Red Planet. One passage of the book – a […]

No, Anees, the novel is still long لا يا أنيس.. الرواية ما تزال طويلة

We disagreed a lot, but we agreed on what was going on with Palestine. حياة الحويك عطية Source: Al-Mayadeen Net I knew him 50 years ago when the whole nation was rising, and I last met him in Damascus. No, Anis, the novel is still long, and we will all leave before it is over, […]

Book club: Zaina Arafat’s outstanding debut novel ‘You Exist Too Much’

For this month, we’re excited to announce our February pick is Zaina Arafat’s debut novel, “You Exist Too Much.” The book is narrated through vignettes by an unnamed bisexual Palestinian-American protagonist who is struggling with an eating disorder, a shifting relationship with her mother, and busy with unattainable infatuations. The cuts between childhood and adulthood […]

Author Highlights the Horrors – and Hope – in the Spanish Inquisition in New Novel

For Gil Troy’s review of “The Poetry of Secrets,” click here. In 2016, author Cambria Gordon, her husband and their youngest child left Los Angeles to take a yearlong sabbatical in Madrid. She fell in love with Spain and became fascinated with the history of the Jewish people there, traveling to the old communities where […]

One year since novel coronavirus was identified, and the pandemic rages on

It’s been one year since reports first emerged that a viral “pneumonia of unknown cause” infecting dozens in China had been identified as a novel coronavirus. That novel coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2, is now known to cause COVID-19, an illness that has wreaked havoc on the planet, upended normal life, and killed more than 1.8 million people […]

Spy novel master John le Carre, who defined the Cold War thriller, dies at 89

LONDON (AP) — John le Carre, the spy-turned-novelist whose elegant and intricate narratives defined the Cold War espionage thriller and brought acclaim to a genre critics had once ignored, has died. He was 89, Le Carre’s literary agency, Curtis Brown, said Sunday that he died in Cornwall, southwest England on Saturday after a short illness. […]

Novel on Holland’s largest Holocaust rescue operation slammed for errors

It was meant as an ode to one of the most courageous yet little-known rescue efforts of Jews during the Holocaust.But a week after its publication, a Dutch-language historical novel is at the heart of a controversy over whether the author twisted the historical record in ways that risk distorting public understanding of the genocide. […]

Italian Holocaust graphic novel trilogy debuts final installment

The third and final installment in the Casa Prima del Buio series, an Italian graphic novel series detailing the fictional story of a German conductor and his Jewish pupil during the Holocaust, has already hit shelves, and will be available in full December 23.Known in English as At Home Before Dark, the series, which began […]

Novel revives true story of gutsy Jew who survived Nazis to marry German soldier

LONDON — In November 1943, Hedwig Bercu, a Jewish woman living in Nazi-occupied Jersey, faked her own death and went into hiding. The 24-year-old’s near-miraculous escape was aided by a local islander, Dorothea Weber, who sheltered Bercu in her own home for 18 months. Beru was also helped by her lover — Lt. Kurt Rümmele, […]

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