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Although the plot seems standard for an immigrant book, “On Bittersweet Place” largely escapes cliché through the protagonist’s incredibly endearing voice.
Purportedly setting out to prove the independence of the voices of narrator and character from their originator, Chevillard presents a haunting argument for the inescapability of the author.
Jason Segal sings the song, "Dracula's Lament," at the Harvard Bookstore promotion of his book, "Nightmares!" in the First Parish Church on Friday.
Mark Chiusano '13 discusses his book of short stories, "Marine Park Stories," Tuesday evening at Porter Books. The collection, his first, is based on Chiusano's undergraduate thesis.
Reading “The Secret Place” is like living adolescence all over again: tumbling down a hole into adulthood, awakening to a world terrifically distorted yet recognizable, feeling misunderstood by everyone and desperate to please.
It is difficult for a single review to capture everything that is David Mitchell's “The Bone Clocks.” The novel is by turns family drama, political commentary, cultural history, fantasy epic, and post-apocalyptic vision.
Former secretary of state Hillary Clinton signed copies of her new book, "Hard Choices," at the Harvard Book Store on Monday evening.
Former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary D. Rodham Clinton attracted thousands to the Harvard Book Store on Monday evening for a signing of her new book, “Hard Choices,” which has captured the attention of the national media since its release last week.
While an undergrad at Harvard, J. Michael Crichton ’64 had a passion for writing, though he did not turn his full attention to these pursuits until later in his career.
Glenn Greenwald blamed both the government and the media for distorting Snowden’s intentions while debuting his book, “No Place to Hide.”
Two FAS postdoctoral fellows presented their research at the first Global American Studies Symposium in the Barker Center on Friday afternoon.