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Philip Roth, the grand old man of American letters, died on May 22, aged 85, leaving behind a literary legacy that is as acclaimed as it is controversial.
Dog Talk columnist Ellen Whyte describes some pawsome moves by “jealous” mutts. But are pets truly capable of jealousy as we humans experience it?
Philadelphia’s black and African-American parents are spending thousands of dollars to send their teenage kids off to prom as a matter of community pride and social media status.
It's like being in one's very own soap opera.
While making the sober ‘Road To Nationhood’ documentary, columnist Dzof Azmi came across all sorts of juicy bits, including the time when a president displayed some rather unseemly interest in a journalist....
This is, on the surface, hilarious, but it also has an undertow of poignancy and a subtle sense of seriousness that can be quite thought-provoking once the hilarity fades.
We review all six of the novels shortlisted for this year’s Man Booker Prize and find an eclectic and unusual collection.
Indonesia-born, Singapore-based Clarissa Goenawan makes her debut with 'Rainbirds', a novel that makes a study of grief and loneliness.
Ann Burns wins the £50,000 Man Booker Prize with ‘utterly distinctive’ ‘Milkman’.
She might have won the Man Booker Prize but Ann Burns' characters are the ones that tell her how her stories go, it seems.