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Sunday, January 1 1995

The Holocaust’s Ghost: Writings on Art, Politics, Law and Education by F.C. DeCoste and Bernard Schw

After many generations of being inculcated with 'real' television and movie reels, we have found the Holocaust equivalent to less than fiction - a reified historical memory that frequently appears in our lives through various media outlets and forms, but little more.


Hell’s Kitchen by Chris Niles

Niles applies her brilliant one-liners to play havoc with are our pop-culture silliness.


History of Suicide: Voluntary Death in Western Culture by Georges Minois

While it sure isn't beach reading, Georges Minois's 'History of Suicide' isn't nearly as dark nor depressing a book as one might think. Which isn't necessarily a good thing.


The Haunted Smile: The Story of Jewish Comedians in America by Lawrence Epstein

Even as Jews were earnestly absorbing American life, they were twisting popular culture to reflect their own fear of alienation.


Habeas Codfish: Reflections on Food and the Law by Barry M. Levenson

Most of the people here in Madison are like everyone else in the state: Packer lovin', Milwaukee avoidin', fried cheese curd eatin' 'Sconsinites, and that's that.


Heart of the Old Country by Tim McLoughlin

Tim McLoughlin's 'Heart of the Old Country' exposes the soul inside the seamy underbelly of New York. It's a gritty slice of life drawn from McLoughlin's experiences, as he reveals in an interview with 'PopMatters'.


High Drama in Fabulous Toledo by Lily James

The central unifier involves a computer programmer who leaves the Novell basement of Unix realtime and attempts to blend into corporate culture, thinking the 1950s ideal man is what he needs to emulate. Knowing he is socially illiterate, he figures the only way to acquire a wife is by taking a woman hostage. [Review and interview with Lily James, author of 'High Drama in Fabulous Toledo'].


Greatest Hits, 1975-2000 by Joel E. Chace

[T]he mystery becomes, really, two mysteries: how someone so apparently skilled and dedicated to a life of writing poetry can fall so far; and second, why?"


Glued to the Tube: The Diary of My Week in TV Hell. 200 Channels, No Escape by Bill Brownstein

There are more painful pursuits of a week's time than sitting with a 200-channel television from the early rays of the morning to the dark crevices of twilight.


Girl Beside Him by Cris Mazza (Reviews) [1.Jan.95]
GoTo by Steve Lohr (Reviews) [1.Jan.95]
Fool’s Gold by Jane S. Smith (Reviews) [1.Jan.95]
Fixer Chao by Han Ong (Reviews) [1.Jan.95]
Fearless Jones by Walter Mosley (Reviews) [1.Jan.95]
Flash Fortune by Todd Hayes (Reviews) [1.Jan.95]
Empire Falls by Richard Russo (Reviews) [1.Jan.95]
Empire Falls by Richard Russo (Reviews) [1.Jan.95]
Dogwalker by Arthur Bradford (Reviews) [1.Jan.95]
Dreamcatcher by Stephen King (Reviews) [1.Jan.95]
Crazy Rhythm by Leonard Garment (Reviews) [1.Jan.95]
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