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A Brief History of Seven Killings

I’ll start by confirming what you probably already heard: page-wise, it isn’t brief. The paperback version clocks in at just south of 700 pages. But unlike other reviews you might have read, I don’t share the sentiment that this is a huge problem. I interpret...

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The Japanese Lover

Kill your darlings.   History appears to have forgotten who said it first. Most commonly, it's attributed to Faulkner, though some say Welty, or even Wilde. Regardless of who came up with it, I'm sure it's a phrase that will live forever, because there will never a time...

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Orlando

For obvious reasons, Orlando is often regarded as Virginia Woolf’s most creative work. The story begins with the protagonist, Orlando, a lovelorn young Elizabethan nobleman who has become enamored with poetry, and ends three hundred years later with the same Orlando —now married— a thirty-eight...

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