Another blog dedicated to the reading of Don Quixote: 400 Windmills. The fine folk at Chekhov's Mistress, who've set up the new site, will be reading DQ in April.
I haven't taken time to explore this one yet, but autodidacts and students can access reading lists and assignments for courses offered at MIT via OpenCourseWare. No credit offered by MIT, of course.
Because we all want to know what celebrities claim as their favorite books: Gardiner Public Library's Who Reads What?
Via the Shelia Variations, a Julius Caesar quiz. I got 9 out of 10, proof that my mind isn't quite the sieve I'd feared it was.
And if you haven't drooled over the bookcases at Book World yet--what are you waiting for?
Sherman Alexie cancels book tour for memoir about his mother.
Why is Ben Murphy so happy? Because for once in his life, he's on time. He beat Roger Davis, Steve Kanaly and the moderator to the pan...
Last night I read Julian Barnes' The Sense of an Ending . Yes, the night before it went up against Donald Ray Pollock's The Devil Al...
This interactive book consists of a series of questions, the answers to which are found in the final word in the questions. For example,...