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Tales from the past to titillate and educate while giving you a lens on the present and future.

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    Putting truth to power, even in verse, can lead to revolution.

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    There have been many fantastic girl-on-girl novels written over the years. Here are five of the best.

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    As African literary magazines spring up, the continent's writers are finding a new freedom to tell their stories in their own voices.

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    Following Frost is an exercise in suspending skepticism to reach deeper truths.

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    To understand the tumultuous era of Mugabe's leadership, give these a read.

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    These short reads on everything from lost embraces to the P-word are both fiery and cool.

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    Amanda Gorman is the first U.S. Youth Poet Laureate and now an OZY Genius Award Winner

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    Here are a dozen great books that speak to our times.

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    Emily Jungmin Yoon weaves together strands from Korea's brutal past with contemporary issues of race, gender and sexual violence.

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    These books by LGBTQ authors shine a light on key historical moments.

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    Intellectual heavyweight Jean Genet wrote powerfully about a friend's prison death. A French singer took the words and made them a song.

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    It involves laugh bags, vampire teeth and a king who rises from the dead. What is it with Sweden?

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  • 02/10/16--21:00: Rules for Burning Books
  • A professed lover of literature makes a case for book burning.

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    Jacob Kushner remembers a Ghanaian poet, two years after the terrorist attack that killed him.

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    Fifty years after Eliot's death, the sound of the 20th century's great conservative poet can still conjure St. Louis, Great Britain and the impending fog of war.

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    The nation that has birthed a bevy of literary talent has one more treat for us.

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    A hip-hop artist and slam poet's debut novel hits the U.S. this year - and we peg him as a new great.

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    This island nation's literary scene remains limited and guarded today. But Cuban literature holds remarkable promise.

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    Hold your engines, NASA. Mars needs intellectuals and thinkers on board spaceships, too.

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    Children's author Shel Silverstein was once a cartoonist at Playboy and a regular in Hugh Hefner's pleasure dome.

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