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September 6, 2016

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Long and winding road to “Understanding (of language) are not enough”

Commentary, Essays, Literature, Uncategorized

Voluntary Mandatory Office Parties

A truthful and hilarious look at that dreaded staple of the desk jockey world: the office party.

Essays, Literature, Memoir
Book Review: “Geronimo Rex” by Barry Hannah

Book Review: “Geronimo Rex” by Barry Hannah

Barry Hannah sings a drunken ode to youth, beauty and the power of language.

Books, Reviews
No Country For Old Men: J.M. Coetzee's 'Disgrace'

No Country For Old Men: J.M. Coetzee’s ‘Disgrace’

South Africa after apartheid is no country for old men in J.M. Coetzee’s “Disgrace”

Books, Reviews

A Look At Pulitzer Winner “A Visit From The Goon Squad.”

Jennifer Egan’s Pulitzer Prize-winning novel “A Visit From The Goon Squad,” impels one to rethink their views.

Books, Reviews

Poetry Review: Black Life by Dorothea Lasky

Black Life has a cover and typography that not only convey the urgent monotone with which Lasky speaks at her readings, but that also scream the chaotic texture of the poems on the inside.

Books, Reviews

The Zouch Pamphlet, Uncategorized

A Review of “Inspiration Speaks”, Volume 1

Poetry is a difficult business. The average man in the street can be a little sniffy about it, in that a common perception is that poetry is an elitist read, it’s for dramatic people...

Books, Reviews
Book Review: “Gilead” by Marilynne Robinson

Book Review: “Gilead” by Marilynne Robinson

Marilynne Robinson’s “Gilead” is part fiction, part philosophical treatise. And like the best meditations, Robinson’s story gives the reader a new perspective on the world.

Books, Reviews

The Zouch Pamphlet, Uncategorized

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