In its sensuous immediacy, the world, its fields, hills, mountains, streams, seas and many skies, heat and cold, wet and dry, its secret past unfolds. This world, this mind holds our secrets, secrets of origin, of unfolding and of end.
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A new study to be published in the September issue of the journal Social Science & Medicine has found that people who read books for 30 minutes a day lived longer than those who didn’t read at all. Read more →
In the run-up to the Man International Booker Prize announcement on May 16, Xenobe Purvis will be reviewing each of the sixth shortlisted books. First, The Vegetarian by South Korea's Han Kang - a rich tapestry of a book at once enlightening and incomprehensible. Read more →