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When Latin American literature began to make inroads outside of Spanish-speaking circles, it was the magical spell of tropical worlds that drew readers from Europe and North America.
Resource; The Council for Museums Archives and Libraries has been invited by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) to carry out an in-depth analysis and review of the state of the UK's unique and diverse archives.
A remarkable signed first edition of JRR Tolkien's novel 'The Hobbit' has sold for a world record GB£43,000 (NZ$139,973) at auction in London.
A new generation of collectors is attempting to repatriate many of the artifacts, and in the process, is driving up the cost of Chinese art worldwide.
Berlin is like no other city on Earth, in that it spent 50 years divided squarely in two, then attempted to readapt to existing as a single entity. That kind of dichotomy can make or break any attempt at a coherant arts scene.
Bollywood film stars and producers are in the grip of a terrifying extortion campaign unleashed by mafia dons who are threatening to kill them unless they pay huge amounts of money, police have told AFP.