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I apologize for not posting anything new since last Wednesday, but between AMC’s “Godfather Weekend” marathon (during which I saw Part II twice because it’s that good) and other personal projects I’ve found it difficult to read and write a fresh … Continue reading
On a chilly, rainy Friday morning back in October, I walked up to my bookshelf to find a book to read. I spent some time sorting through the spines until I began asking myself: How many of these books have … Continue reading
If you have been following along for the last few posts, you may have noticed that I’ve been talking a lot about literature and reality, and how the two mutually influence another in different ways. In poetry, there are certain … Continue reading
Are you excited? Hooo boy, I am! There’s nothing I love more than soccer books and soccer (and food, that’s always good too), and thanks to a slow snow day at work I finally found the time to get my ring of … Continue reading
In the absence of any better way to begin talking about language in Samuel Beckett’s Waiting for Godot (the last play I finished reading, just two weeks ago), I’ll start with two quotes instead before jumping in: Don’t expect this column … Continue reading