German photographer Paul Schneggenburger aims to find out whether sleeping alongside another person is a solitary act or an intimate one.
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Older women and the babies that never grew up or moved out
Sherlock Holmes and Watson are lovers, Winnie the Pooh is a mental-illness allegory, and other can't-be-unseen theories about beloved book characters
The issue of whether movies should show graphic killing is as polarizing within Hollywood as it is among audiences.
Since its first publication in 1963, Plath's only novel has been embraced by audiences all over the globe.
Even the greats don't nail it on the first try.
A look at some brainy vandals' colorful homages to their favorite writers
Ten additions to NPR's rundown of the year in strong women
From Hua Mulan to Jane Eyre to Lisbeth Salander, these heroines are examples of bravery and virtue.
Ray Bradbury insisted he was "trash," Sedaris wrote about his laughable lack of productivity, and Vladimir Nabokov was pretty sure nobody knew how to say his name.
For literary geniuses, there's no such thing as a simple "It's not you, it's me."
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We've all got our heroes.
Pet relationships as comfort -- cultivating creativity and, in the case of Sendak, replacing people
Forget the fawning over the literary wunderkind—authors like Bukowski and Burroughs proved that maturity counts.
A new book collects authors' thoughts on their favorite reading hideaways.
Some of these truces were welcomed by readers; others could have provided many more years of wicked, mudslinging entertainment.
Here's what happened when 12 visual artists turned to the written word to express themselves.
Ten bad-weather books to read by flashlight or power-outage candlelight