‘I’ll just do it’: Justin Trudeau says he will do whatever it takes to win reelection

Canada’s prime minister says he’ll do whatever he can to win re-election in October and vowed to keep fighting for a better deal in the countrys future.Justin Trudeau made the comments during a question-and-answer session at the Globe and Mail’s National Press Club in Toronto.The Liberals have been battling to stay in power, and are […] →Read more

Which book should you read to your kids?

This article originally appeared on Vice News.Vice News is a news service that covers the intersection of technology, culture, and entertainment.We’re dedicated to providing you with the most relevant and engaging content on the web.Follow us on Facebook for the latest news. →Read more

How to spot a viral meme on the internet

On Sunday night, MTV News published a story titled “It’s a Trap,” which featured a picture of a woman’s headless body.“We’re not sure what to make of it, but we are definitely looking at it,” MTV’s senior writer for social media Ben Kuchera wrote.“It may be a hoax or a photo, but it’s a meme.”He […] →Read more

How to read fiction about real-life events, according to science: An

by Sarah Frawley and John Vennaro article The science behind how to read novels about real life events has been a topic of contention for years.The problem is that a lot of the research has been based on flawed assumptions.In fact, we’ve been able to identify a number of problems with how the field is […] →Read more

When did you stop thinking about ‘great’ and start thinking about something ‘greater’?

When did it happen?Did it ever occur to you that you’d be remembered as a great writer in a way that would leave a lasting legacy?You could be remembered for something in your later life that you’re grateful you made it to publish.That’s what it is when you think about it now, right?Or do you […] →Read more

When we read a gay literary text, it’s like having a conversation with the author

USA Today article There’s a good chance you read a few of these books in the past year.But they’re not the only ones on your reading list, according to a new report.The survey, conducted by research firm Nielsen and released Monday, found that there are around 6 million gay literary titles published in the U.S. […] →Read more

How to find out if your literary fiction has an existentialist edge

The author of a bestselling novel says the world could be at the brink of “existentialist catastrophe” and says he has no time for traditional forms of literature.Jack Kerouac’s “The Old Man and the Sea” is about a writer’s encounter with the existentialist philosopher Herman Daly.Kerouac died in 1967, but his legacy lives on in […] →Read more

How to choose Chinese Literature

By William S. Lee and James C. C. HagerSource Financial Post cover title What to do when you don’t know much about a book: How to make your Chinese Literature reading comprehension better article By James C Hager and William S LeeSource Financial View article article Article by William S Hager →Read more

New York school board approves controversial plan to fire teachers and replace them with temporary substitutes

NEW YORK, NY – FEBRUARY 08: Teachers at the New York City Public School system’s New York Preparatory Academy in the Bronx, New York, February 8, 2018.REUTERS/Brendan McDermid (UNITED STATES – Tags Education) Source: Bloomberg Businessweek →Read more

Writer’s suicide prompts outcry from LGBT community in India

Haryana: A writer’s suicide has triggered outrage among the LGBT community here.The writer, identified as Ashok Singh, was shot dead by unidentified assailants in the city of Haryasuriya on Thursday evening.He was among more than 200 people killed in the worst spate of violence against the LGBTI community in the country in recent years.The state […] →Read more