Allegations of sexual assault and harassment that began with a single tweet about novelist Hasan Ali Toptas have shaken Turkey’s literary world with a #MeToo moment as scores of women speak out.
In 1956, confidante Emily Hale donated the letters, written to her by author and poet T S Eliot, under an agreement they wouldn't be opened until 50 years after either of their deaths and after the latter.
According to an Italian author and his supporters, there is compelling evidence that the literary giant and defender of the working class might have been killed by the Soviets.
Urooj Iqbal's family says she reported her husband, Dilawar Ali, to the police for harassing her but no action was taken. Ali has been arrested and charged with murder.
Through a walking tour across the island of Manhattan, two historians shine a light on a great many connections that existed between the former Ottoman Empire and America.
India has managed to build a powerful, culturally acceptable, image abroad over the last half-century. Is Prime Minister Narendra Modi inadvertently tearing that down?
Morrison wrote 11 novels, many of them touching on life as a black American, in a glittering literary and award-laden career that lasted over six decades.
US judge dismisses a lawsuit by Dr Seuss Enterprises to stop publication of a “Star Trek”-themed book parodying the Seuss book “Oh, the Places You’ll Go!”
The military novelist wrote more than 200 books under several pen names and sold millions of copies.
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