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8 Quotes In Support of De-Colonizing Our Museums

The more we understand the effects of colonialism, the greater accountability we must expect from the institutions that preserve our history.


And 2017's Bad Sex In Fiction Award Goes To...

Also in the news: Omissions from the NYT's Notable Books list. Also, Walmart pulls a shirt that jokes about killing journalists. It's your Daily Blunt!


A Growing Nation: Best Books to Understand India

India is already the second most populous country in the world – and growing steadily. Here are the best books to understand this vast nation.


This Week in 1942, Anne Frank Was Given a Diary

The roots of Anne Frank's diary began this week in 1942, and we have so many reasons to be thankful for this. This and more in today's roundup.


Only Happy When It Rains: 9 Quotes in Praise of Precipitation

April showers bring May flowers - and there are about a million more reasons to love rain. Here's what great writers have had to say on that very topic.


Beyond The God of Small Things: A Reader's Guide to Arundhati Roy

As we await the June release of Arundhati Roy's The Ministry of Utmost Happiness, we're taking a look back at her works of fiction and nonfiction.