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4 Favorite Literary Couples That Prove Opposites Attract

The concept of opposites attract has been prevalent in pop culture and all things entertainment for who knows how long. For most people, the prospect of an opposites-attract romance captivates the mind and makes us want to find our own “opposite” partner.

10 Quotes to Commemorate the 56th Anniversary of 'The Bell Jar'

Today marks a pretty big day in literary history. It was on this day that, back in 1963, that Sylvia Plath’s semi-autobiographical novel The Bell Jar was published. The story behind Esther Greenwood and her relatable and human story is tied closely to that of Plath’s.


10 Enchanting Literary Quotes to Keep You Warm This Winter

December 21st marks the winter solstice, the very first day of winter. For those of you who are now in a state of dread and hibernation, don’t worry. The winter solstice is the shortest day of the year; it’s the day with the least amount of daylight.

A Brief History of 7 Book Heists

You shouldn't take a page from these criminals' books. While library theft and the black market rare book trade can offer up million-dollar scores, there are plenty of reasons why these thefts don't work out.

The 6 Best Books by Sagittarius Authors

It's November 22nd, which means until December 21st, it's Sagittarius season. Sagittarius is one of the most adventurous signs in the zodiac, with freedom and exploration as its highest priorities.

10 Voltaire Quote to Make Us Wise Beyond Our Years

Nothing can strike a chord with a literature buff or historian quite like the name Voltaire. The distinct pen name of French Enlightenment writer and philosopher Francois-Marie Arouet, has made its way through history books and some would say the literary canon.

Top 5 Most Crazy Expensive Book Deals

'Riches' and 'creative writing' are not words that many people would associate. Writers are far more notorious for their eccentricities than for their stackloads of cash. But just because something is unlikely doesn't mean that it's impossible. Writers can score wild book deals...