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The History Blog: Merovingian-era settlement excavated in France

Tuesday, October 13th, 2020; 10:54 PM Archaeologists have unearthed a full Merovingian settlement complete with church and burial ground in Pontarlier, eastern France. Grave goods including weapons and jewelry indicate the settlement was a prosperous one, not a sleepy pastoral village. It was strategically located near the village of Pontarlier, formerly the ancient waystation of […]

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Louise Glück: where to start with an extraordinary Nobel winner

Louise Glück: where to start with an extraordinary Nobel winner https://www.theguardian.com/books/2020/oct/08/louise-gluck-where-to-start-with-an-extraordinary-nobel-winner — Weiterlesen www.theguardian.com/books/2020/oct/08/louise-gluck-where-to-start-with-an-extraordinary-nobel-winner

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“I feel like a tracker in the forest following a scent.” Louise Glück on how she writes.

“I feel like a tracker in the forest following a scent.” Louise Glück on how she writes. “I feel like a tracker in the forest following a scent.” Louise Glück on how she writes. — Read more at lithub.com/i-feel-like-a-tracker-in-the-forest-following-a-scent-louise-gluck-on-how-she-writes/

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Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg ’54 dies | Cornell Chronicle

<Provided Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg ’54 gives remarks in 2007 during the unveiling of a plaque announcing Cornell Law School’s role in establishing the Center for Documentation on American Law at the Cour de Cassation in Paris.   By Blaine Friedlander  | September 18, 2020 Ruth Bader Ginsburg ’54, whose legal career in the fight for […]

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$3.2 million worth of rare stolen books have been found under a house in rural Romania.

When a group of thieves stole $3.2 million worth of rare books from a London warehouse in 2017, including seminal scientific texts by Isaac Newton … $3.2 million worth of rare stolen books have been found under a house in rural Romania.

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Game of Thrones, Avengers Star Diana Rigg Dies at 82

(LONDON) — Diana Rigg, a commanding British actress whose career stretched from iconic 1960s spy series The Avengers to fantasy juggernaut Game of … Game of Thrones, Avengers Star Diana Rigg Dies at 82 R.I.P. What a loss, not just to the world of the performing arts.

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LitHub: A NEW EDITION OF PRIDE AND PREJUDICE REPRODUCES THE CHARACTERS’ LETTERS TO EACH OTHER

Reblogged from: lithub.com/a-new-voyeuristic-edition-of-pride-and-prejudice-reproduces-the-characters-letters-to-each-other/   A new edition of Pride and Prejudice reproduces the characters’ letters to each other. By Corinne Segal September 2, 2020, 3:45pm In a Jane Austen novel, the drama—confessions of love, pleas for help, realizations that your cousin is a jackass—is all in the letters. So it feels particularly fitting that Chronicle Books is releasing an […]

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Brontë Parsonage Museum Fund Raising Appeal

From Mike Finn — Please read!

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Richard Armitage reads Winnie in Winter

Reblogged from: XOX   Richard Armitage reading this bedtime story about a witch in winter. He did a good job telling this story.       Original post: ThemisAthena.booklikes.com/post/2035182/post

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Richard Armitage reads Trouble at the Dinosaur Café

Reblogged from: XOX     Richard Armitage read The Trouble at the Dinosaur Cafe. Lovely read. The dinosaurs are having a good time at the cafe but the bully Rex comes in. Luckily, Rex is defeated with tickles.     Original post: ThemisAthena.booklikes.com/post/2035176/post

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2019 Airing of Grievances: Least Favorite Books of the Year

24 Festive Tasks: Door 19 – Festivus: Task 1 Overall, 2019 was a phantastic reading year for me with decidedly more highs than lows.  Of the latter, my worst reading experiences were, in no particular order: Laura Restrepo, Hot Sur: OK, forget the “in no particular order” bit for a moment.  A main character expecting […]

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2019: The Books I’ve Been Most Thankful For

24 Festive Tasks: Door 11 – Thanksgiving: Task 2 With another full month to go in the year, it may be a bit early to do this task, but a substantial number of the books I’m going to be reading in December will be Christmas rereads, so here we go. The books / authors I […]

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24 Festive Tasks: A Sneak Preview

Some of the things this year’s game will include are: * A new card. * New hosts (yes, several!) * Some new holidays … and many repeat appearances.  Also a new twist on one particular holiday that is making a repeat appearance. * Many new tasks — non-book tasks in particular — and some that […]

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Bingo Call: 10/31/19 – Genre: Suspense

Reblogged from: Moonlight Murder   Last Call! Bingo is officially over.   Genre: Suspense: anything that fits into the suspense genre. Book list linked here.   Original post: http://moonlightreader.booklikes.com/post/1942289/bingo-call-10-31-19

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Bingo Call: 10/30/2019 – Murder Most Foul

Reblogged from: Obsidian Blue   Murder Most Foul: any murder mystery. Book list linked here.   Original post: ThemisAthena.booklikes.com/post/1980295/bingo-call-10-30-2019

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Bingo call: 10/29/19 – Fear the Drowning Deep

Reblogged from: Moonlight Murder   Fear the Drowning Deep: books with sea-related elements: sea creatures, ships, and sharks. Book list linked here. Non-genre-specific square.   Original post: ThemisAthena.booklikes.com/post/1979523/bingo-call-10-29-19

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Bingo Call: 10/28/2019 – Magical Realism

Reblogged from: Obsidian Blue   Magical Realism: a style of fiction that paints a realistic view of the modern world while also adding magical elements Book list linked here. Supernatural square.   Original post: ThemisAthena.booklikes.com/post/1979039/bingo-call-10-28-2019

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Bingo call: 10/27/19 – Shifters

Reblogged from: Moonlight Murder   Shifters: werewolves, skin-walkers and all other therianthropes. Book list linked here. Supernatural square.   Original post: ThemisAthena.booklikes.com/post/1978737/bingo-call-10-27-19

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Bingo Call: 10/26/2019 – Terror in a Small Town

Reblogged from: Obsidian Blue   Terror in a Small Town: any horror book where the action primarily occurs in a small town or village. Examples would include: Something Wicked This Way Comes by Ray Bradbury, It by Stephen King. Book list linked here. Horror square.  (But mysteries & suspense featuring terror / horrific events may […]

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Bingo call: 10/25/19 – Gothic

Reblogged from: Moonlight Murder   Gothic: any book with significant: a genre or mode of literature and film that combines fiction and horror, death, and at times romance. Book list linked here. Non-genre-specific square.   Original post: ThemisAthena.booklikes.com/post/1977852/bingo-call-10-25-19

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