• Malia Zaidi

Link Love


It's Friday, which means it's time for Link Love, where I share some of my favorite bookish articles and blogs from the past week. Happy reading!

Let's start with some eye candy! Architectural Digest has published a story highlighting some of the most beautiful libraries in the world.

The Most Spectacular Libraries Around the World

I found an interesting article on the LitHub, discussing some of the major literary movements in bit-sized, easily digestible segments.

Your Pocket Guide to 10 Literary Movements

Meg Wolitzer has a new book out, and in it as well as this article, she discusses what it means to be an empowered woman. I have heard great things about the book, and now am even more curious to read it.

Meg Wolitzer: What Does it Mean to Be a Woman in Power?

And because we haven't had enough lists in this week's round-up, here's another! Have you read any of these books? Which ones would you add to the list?

50 Must-Read Coming-of-Age Books

This is a really bizarre and interesting Buzzfeed post, examining how it would look if male authors described men in the same way they do with women.

Here's How Weird It Would Look if Male Authors Wrote About Men the Same Way They Write About Women

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