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Reading Meme – Day Eight

Day Eight – Your favorite work in translation Even though it means wading though Victor Hugo’s philosophical and political digressions, Les Misérables is still my favorite work in translation. In honorable mention, I give you The Name of the Rose … Continue reading

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Review: The Lord of the Sands of Time, by Issui Ogawa

I very much enjoyed The Lord of the Sands of Time. Ogawa utilizes every word to create a rich reality and examine the human condition. It is a tightly paced narrative, action-packed. Continue reading

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Review: Wasted by Nicola Morgan

Jack is fixated on the idea of luck, making choices based on the flip of a coin, regardless of the consequences. And sometimes the consequences are severe indeed. Continue reading

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Musings: Kant and the Platypus: Essays on Language and Cognition by Umberto Eco

Kant and the Platypus: Essays on Language and Cognition Umberto Eco, trans. by Alastair McEwen Semiotics, Cognitive semantics November 2000 Mariner Books ISBN:78-0156011594 480 pages Every so often, I start to fancy myself an intellectual. I’m an educated woman with … Continue reading

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