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  1. Sarcastic Bastard
    No matter how cynical you are, you can't keep up. A humorous site for entertainment and pop culture.
    http://sarcastbastard.blogspot.com/

  2. www.nickpage.co.uk
    Information on the work of Nick Page, author of The Tabloid Bible and In Search of the World's Worst Writers.
    http://www.nickpage.co.uk/
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  3. P G Wodehouse
    Contains information on radio and television adaptations of Wodehouse's work.
    http://www.britishco...y/wodehouse.htm

  4. The P. G. Wodehouse Society UK
    Information on Wodehouse's life and career.
    http://www.eclipse.co.uk/wodehouse

  5. BBC - Comedy Guide PG Wodehouse
    Links to all BBC Comedy shows based on PG Wodehouse's life and Works.
    http://search.bbc.co...ope=comedyguide

  6. Should children be allowed to read Fifty Shades of Grey O...
    I hear there is a debate about whether teenagers should be allowed to buy and read the book Fifty Shades of Grey. Of course they should. I
    http://blogs.telegra...t-its-dreadful/
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  7. Celebrating women Latest press releases PressGo Journalis...
    12 Business Women from I AM WOMAN will launch kindle books on 8 March, International Women 039 s Day. The books are a mix of business advice and personal stories about overcoming challenges.Books are also a great way to boost business success
    http://www.journalis...n-/s66/a552264/
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  8. CultureCritic Books Jonathan Franzen - Farther Away
    CultureCritic.co.uk - The only UK Arts reviews aggregator. CultureCritic aggregates music, film, art, theatre, opera and dance reviews from the leading critics. CultureCritic uses the Critometer to showcase the most critically acclaimed.
    http://www.culturecr...n-farther-away/
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  9. CultureCritic Blog CultureCritic interviews Nathan Englan...
    CultureCritic.co.uk - The only UK Arts reviews aggregator. CultureCritic aggregates music, film, art, theatre, opera and dance reviews from the leading critics. CultureCritic uses the Critometer to showcase the most critically acclaimed.
    http://www.culturecr...an-englander-2/
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  10. To grasp the genius of PG Wodehouse, read him - Telegraph
    The great writer rsquo s gifts do not translate to the screen, so 'Blandings rsquo was bound to fail
    http://www.telegraph...e-read-him.html

  11. CultureCritic Blog 'Good literature is always political' ...
    CultureCritic.co.uk - The only UK Arts reviews aggregator. CultureCritic aggregates music, film, art, theatre, opera and dance reviews from the leading critics. CultureCritic uses the Critometer to showcase the most critically acclaimed.
    http://www.culturecr...ut-quesadillas/
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  12. In publishing Morrissey's autobiography as a classic, Pen...
    People are having a pop at Morrissey for apparently demanding that his autobiography be published as a Penguin Classic. Not a modern classic, but a cla
    http://blogs.telegra...own-reputation/
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  13. Remembering Maupassant Arts and Entertainment BBC World S...
    Remembering Maupassant - Guy de Maupassant lived a short but highly productive life and his short stories and novels are still among the most widely read of French literature. One hundred and fifty years since his birth, Meridian Writing celebrates the life and work of one of the most significant French writers.
    http://www.bbc.co.uk...aupassant.shtml
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  14. YOUR MP WRITES Paul Flynn MP for Newport West From South ...
    THE nightmare is that in five years time the Taliban will be driving around Kabul in British Army vehicles. That s the breathtaking excuse for planned spending of up to 200,000 per container to bring equipment back overland from Afghanistan when we pull out in 2014.
    http://www.southwale...r_Newport_West/
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  15. A schedule of events at Ilkley Literature Festival From B...
    A round-up of events happening across the week at Ilkley Literature Festival
    http://www.thetelegr...ature_Festival/
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  16. Former drug smuggler gives novel advice at Blaenavon lect...
    FORMER drug smuggler turned author Howard Marks made an appearance as part of a conference by Literature Wales.
    http://www.freepress...ture/%3Fref=rss
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  17. Literature festival has legs and could be great for York ...
    York Literature Festival director MILES SALTER reflects on what has been a brilliant seventh festival
    http://www.yorkpress...York/%3Fref=rss
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  18. Shot Through The Heart book by Matt Cain buy and read rev...
    Shot Through The Heart book by Matt Cain buy and read review - Lovereading UK Mia Sinclair is the First Lady of Love, a beautiful film goddess known across the globe for her romantic roles. But in reality life does not imitate art and love is not as easily found in the real world as it is in the movies. Leo Henderson is the Brit...Find out more
    http://www.lovereadi.../Matt-Cain.html
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  19. Literary festival attracts a stellar assembly of talent F...
    IT has gained a major reputation for hosting talks by big names in small venues.
    http://www.oxfordmai...lent/%3Fref=rss
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  20. Literature festival celebration From Runcorn and Widnes W...
    AN action packed literature festival gave people the chance to read, write, listen, watch and talk about the written word.
    http://www.runcornan...al_celebration/
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  21. Black matters Toni Morrison is the new Nobel laureate for...
    WHAT Africanism became for, and how it functioned in, the literary imagination is of paramount interest because it may be possible to discover, through a close look at literary 'blackness', the nature - even the cause - of literary 'whiteness'. What is it for What parts do the invention and development of whiteness play in the construction of what is loosely described as 'American' If such an inquiry ever comes to maturity, it may provide access to a deeper reading of American literature - a reading not completely available now, not least, I suspect, because of the studied indifference of most literary criticism to these matters.
    http://www.independe...on-1509384.html
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