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Books
Reality, One Grain at a Time
There’s more of value in one Calvino essay about Roman pig sties than there is in a week’s worth of slop from the Huffington Post. [28.Jan.15]
Having Trouble Sleeping? Relax, It's All in Your Mind
Funny and direct, as well as useful and nurturing, Sane New World is a must read for anyone who has been up at night worrying about the future or regretting the past. [28.Jan.15]
Philosophy Bites Again Is a True Philosophical Gourmet
This is a dinner party in book form, although with topics such as torture, group agency, hate speech, and the afterlife, it's not for the absent-minded. [27.Jan.15]
A Convent Goes Psycho-Sexual in 'The Nuns of Sant'Ambrogio'
Based on the detailed notes from the original Roman Inquisition investigation long buried in a Vatican archive, Wolf unravels a tale of religious madness and power trips. [27.Jan.15]
All the Light We Cannot See: People in the Dark, Hunting the Right Frequency
In Anthony Doerr's richly romantic jewel quest of a war novel, a blind girl and an engineering prodigy pulse ever closer to each other across a ravaged Europe. [26.Jan.15]
Reviews
There’s more of value in one Calvino essay about Roman pig sties than there is in a week’s worth of slop from the Huffington Post. [28.Jan.15]
Funny and direct, as well as useful and nurturing, Sane New World is a must read for anyone who has been up at night worrying about the future or regretting the past. [27.Jan.15]
Based on the detailed notes from the original Roman Inquisition investigation long buried in a Vatican archive, Wolf unravels a tale of religious madness and power trips. [26.Jan.15]
In Anthony Doerr's richly romantic jewel quest of a war novel, a blind girl and an engineering prodigy pulse ever closer to each other across a ravaged Europe. [26.Jan.15]
No matter how grandiose the Led Zeppelin legend gets, hearing the golden gods tell their tale is both astounding and more real than anything anyone could ever make up. [25.Jan.15]
Bohemians, Bootleggers, Flappers and Swells is a celebration of progress, of progressives, prophecy, and prescience. [22.Jan.15]
In this absorbing volume, Sally Potter provides an exploration of the director/actor relationship that teems with insight and intelligence, offering inspiration whatever your creative pursuits. [22.Jan.15]
Haruki Murakami is famous for his magical worlds rich in issues of identity and psychology. Strecher's book is the road map to understand the twisting, metaphysical 'Over There' of Murakami. [21.Jan.15]
Features
By W. Joseph Campbell
The world didn't just sit through the trials of both the tobacco industry and O.J. Simpson in 1995: it also welcomed in the sea changes that would shape the new millennium. [22.Jan.15]
Food & Wine's editor-in-chief Dana Cowin talks about gender, politics, and mastering your mistakes in the kitchen. [20.Jan.15]
Columns
Re:Print
This is a dinner party in book form, although with topics such as torture, group agency, hate speech, and the afterlife, it's not for the absent-minded. [26.Jan.15]
Wit Attitude
Before Bill Maher became the demon-du-jour for his satirical scorn of religion, Christopher Hitchens led the charge of rhetorical antitheism. [20.Jan.15]
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