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The Books: “Surfacing” (Margaret Atwood)

Daily Book Excerpt: Adult fiction: Surfacing – by Margaret Atwood. This is her second novel. I don’t remember much of it. She starts to get clearer to me, as a writer, in her third novel. This one basically is about … Continue reading

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1001 Books You Must Read Before You Die

Jessa Crispin has an interesting interview with Peter Boxall, editor of 1001 Books You Must Read Before You Die. I loved what Boxall said at the end: “Having benefited from an extraordinary number of emails and letters as well as … Continue reading

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Waiting for Godot: Waiting, In General

I like this question a lot: What books or stories can you think of that importantly feature absent characters? The answers in the thread are cool, too. The first one that comes to mind, for me, is Ulysses – where … Continue reading

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