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Salvation City
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The History of Love by Nicole Krauss
The History of Love
by Nicole Krauss
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read over the hottest week of the summer. beautiful, captivating prose
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Sum by David Eagleman
Sum: Forty Tales from the Afterlives
by David Eagleman (Goodreads Author)
read in August, 2011
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dissapointed :(
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Lit by Mary Karr
Lit
by Mary Karr
read in April, 2011
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Crash by J.G. Ballard
Crash
by J.G. Ballard
read in March, 2011
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The Unbearable Lightness of Being by Milan Kundera
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beautiful. philosophical.chauvinist- in the nicest way possible?
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How to Read the Air by Dinaw Mengestu
How to Read the Air
by Dinaw Mengestu
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How to Read the Air by Dinaw Mengestu
“The imagined memories had to have as much weight as the real, or we had to at least pretend they did to such a degree that they just very well might have. And so I never questioned Angela about that particular story, or about all the troubling things that it pointed to, content to believe that at least in this version things worked for her better than they did in the one I never heard.”
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Dinaw Mengestu
“The imagined memories had to have as much weight as the real, or we had to at least pretend they did to such a degree that they just very well might have. And so I never questioned Angela about that particular story, or about all the troubling things that it pointed to, content to believe that at least in this version things worked for her better than they did in the one I never heard.”
Dinaw Mengestu, How to Read the Air
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“Art, he said, was a controlled madness...He said that books weren't made of themes, which you could write essays about, but of images that inserted themselves into your brain and replaced what you were seeing with your eyes.”
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Dinaw Mengestu
“My mother could never have said she loved fall, but as she walked down the steps with her suitcase in hand toward the red Monte Carlo her husband had been waiting in for nearly an hour, she could have said that she respected its place as a mediator between two extremes. Fall came and went, while winter was endured and summer was revered. Fall was the repose that made both possible and bearable, and now here she was was with her husband next to her, heading headlong into an early-fall afternoon with only the vaguest ideas of who they were becoming and what came next.”
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