Leo Tolstoy

Heroines and Antiheroines Who Broke the Mold in Historical Fiction

We’re quite lucky these days—it seems there’s more coverage than ever on some seriously fierce women making their voices heard and inspiring other women around the world, both in fact and fiction. Whether we’re reading about Malala Yousafzai or Katniss Everdeen, strong heroines are sweeping bookshelves across nations. But “girl power” has seen its forms… Read More »

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If the weather outside is frightful, you’ll want to be reading these books

As we transition from autumn into winter, our habits change. The days are shorter, necessitating a shift in outdoor activities, and compelling us to rearrange our lives inside as well, to accommodate the darker, colder days without falling prey to a sense of fatigue or desolation. But there is something delicious about a long, inky… Read More »

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