The “Ramona” series reflected the U.S. economy, one academic says, from recession to slow recovery to prosperity.
This isn’t a bad time to be in the independent bookstore business. The American Booksellers Association says there’s been a nearly 31 percent increase in the number of indie bookstores since 2009. The indie renaissance coincides with the collapse of national book chains. One threat to bookstores’ future: rising rents and labor costs. Click the […]
You’ll be able to freely use select works from Robert Frost, Aldous Huxley and Edith Wharton.
The BBC’s Anu Anand takes a tour of Charles Dickens’ last London home, and chats with a historian who explains how economic hardships influenced the celebrated author’s “A Christmas Carol” classic. Click the above audio player to hear the full interview.
The romantic novelist is celebrated with her image on a new 10 pound bill.
Did theater or wool-trading account for the playwright's wealth?
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