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Welcome to the magnificent Making It Up as I Go Along - aka the World According to Marian Keyes™ - A bold, brilliant book bursting with Marian's hilarious and heartfelt observations on modern life, love and much, much else besides. Such as? you are determined to ask. Well, how about her…read more

Measures of Astonishment: Poets on Poetry

by Glen Sorestad|

March 25, 2016

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"A society without poetry and the other arts would have broken its mirror and cut out its heart."  Margaret Atwood So boldly insists one of our greatest writers in Measures of Astonishment , a refreshing and eclectic mix of both deeply personal and formal essays that offer a glimpse into the…read more

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For two decades, essayist John D'Agata has been exploring the contours of the essay through a series of innovative, informative, and expansive anthologies that have become foundational texts in the study of the genre. The breakthrough first volume, The Next American Essay, highlighted major work…read more

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Annie Dillard was born Annie Doak in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on April 30, 1945. She received a B.A and an M.A. in English from Hollins College. She writes both fiction and nonfiction books including Tickets for a Prayer Wheel, Holy the Firm, Teaching a Stone to Talk, The Living, and Mornings Like…read more

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Gutenberg's invention of movable type in the fifteenth century introduced an era of mass communication that permanently altered the structure of society. While publishing has been buffeted by persistent upheaval and transformation ever since, the current combination of technological developments,…read more

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The autobiographical essays in The Girls in My Town create an unforgettable portrait of a family in Los Angeles. Reaching back to her grandmother's childhood and navigating through her own girlhood and on to the present, Angela Morales contemplates moments of loss and longing, truth and beauty,…read more

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I read and wrote to invoke what seemed impossible -- relation itself -- in order to take part in a world that ceaselessly makes itself up, to "wake up" to the world, to recognize the world, to be convinced that the world exists, to take revenge on the world for not existing. -- from Uncertain…read more

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"Je crois beaucoup à la nécessité d’avoir de temps en temps de sérieux échecs, disait Antoine Riboud, le fondateur de Danone. Ça fait rebondir et ça permet d’aller plus loin." Les créateurs de start-up américains sont fiers de leurs loupés et les arborent comme des tatouages de guerre. Car un…read more

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Keiner kennt das Werk von Siegfried Lenz so gut wie Hanjo Kesting. Und mit keinem anderen Autor hat sich Kesting so anhaltend und intensiv beschäftigt wie mit Siegfried Lenz. Siegfried Lenz, einer der herausragenden und bestimmenden Autoren der deutschen Nachkriegsliteratur, wäre im März 2016…read more

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Comment renouer avec sa bonté profonde, cette source d’énergie, d’estime de soi et d’amour ? Comment réussir à se regarder avec bienveillance pour s’accepter sans se dénigrer ? Moussa Nabati montre, à travers de nombreux témoignages, que ce n’est pas l’adulte qui souffre d’une image négative de…read more

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Jusqu’en 1945, leurs pères étaient des héros. Après la défaite allemande, ils sont devenus des bourreaux. Eux, ce sont les enfants de Himmler, Göring, Hess, Frank, Bormann, Höss, Speer et Mengele, ces noms synonymes de l’horreur nazie. Ces petits Allemands ont vécu la seconde guerre mondiale en…read more

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