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The Case for Freedom From Literary Racial Identification

Literature is at its best when it’s free from racial identification, leaving us free to examine the human condition. Let us explain.


Child’s Play: 6 Books Screaming for Adaptation

Children’s books have always been a popular source for adaptations – and here are six primed for the treatment.


P.T. Anderson's 'Inherent Vice' Trailer Finally Here (It Was Worth the Wait)

P.T. Anderson's Inherent Vice trailer, featuring Joaquin Phoenix, Reese Witherspoon, et al, is finally here -- and more in today's roundup.


Lois Lowry's 'The Giver': The Book, the Movie – and Which Is Better

Anyone familiar with Lois Lowry’s The Giver knows that one of its key tenets is precise language. So let's not mince words in our review.


Blue-Eyed Devils: Lois Lowry Finally Sees 'The Giver' On Screen

Signature catches up with Lois Lowry, as the movie adaptation of her bestselling book, The Giver, lands in theaters.


8 Classic Young Adult Novels Waiting to Be Adapted

The past few years have seen many young adult novels head to the big screen. Here are some we hope are next.