LITERATURE

LITERATURE

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  1. Nobel Prize winning author Toni Morrison, pictured in 2012

    Nobel laureate and US 'national treasure' Morrison dead at 88

  2. Anders Olsson, the acting permanent secretary of the Swedish Academy, announces that the Swedish Ac

    Nobel literature prizes for 2018 and 2019 to be given this year

    The Swedish Academy will be allowed to award the 2018 Nobel Prize for literature along with this year's prize, Swedish Daily Dagens Nyheter ...
  3. Anders Olsson, the acting permanent secretary of the Swedish Academy, announces that the Swedish Ac

    Two Nobel literature prizes to be awarded this year after Academy cleans house

    Two Nobel prizes will be awarded for literature this year after the Swedish literary academy that chooses the winner cleaned house following ...
  4. File photo of kids reading books

    Commentary: Why stories matter for children’s learning

    Kids learn how to behave, think and act through the characters they meet in stories, says one language professor.
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    Nobel literature award body asks scandal-hit member to quit

  6. Jean-Claude Arnault arrives at the district court in Stockholm

    Man at centre of Nobel scandal appeals rape verdict: Report

  7. Nobel Foundation CEO Heikensten pose for a picture at the foundation's headquarters in Stockho

    Nobel Foundation says could strip Swedish Academy of literature prize role

    The Nobel Foundation could drop the Swedish Academy from awarding its prestigious annual literature prize if the Academy does not make further ...
  8. New Bedok library 2

    Commentary: Of course we don’t read poetry. We’re Singaporean

    Where a National Arts Council survey found that Singaporeans read only a book a year, Singapore’s youth poet ambassador argues that literature has ...
  9. jingapore by jing quek

    Commentary: Outrage over Jingapore exposes an unimaginative and rigid Singapore

    How many children's imaginations have we constrained with our rigid focus on black and white, asks Channel NewsAsia's Bharati Jagdish.