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Outline by Rachel Cusk
"Decent writing but blah blah blah life lessons. Wait, am I asleep? I think I am....zzzzzzzzzzzzzzz"
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I think there is one great chapter in this book -- chapter 6 -- where we meet the listener's (can't call her "the narrator") students and they are each asked to describe something they observed on the way to class. This felt like a bravura short stor ...more
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" This sounds like a worthwhile pursuit, Anne :) Hope all is well with you and Ned. "
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The Financial Lives of the Poets by Jess Walter
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Beautiful Ruins by Jess Walter
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My friend Jennifer Lewis told me I would love this book and she was right. The sense of place, the stories within stories, the sweep back and forth in time -- and the humor woven throughout -- make me want to read more Jess Walter. He sketches he abs ...more
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“They can print statistics and count the populations in hundreds of thousands, but to each man a city consists of no more than a few streets, a few houses, a few people. Remove those few and a city exists no longer except as a pain in the memory, like a pain of an amputated leg no longer there.”
Graham Greene, Our Man in Havana

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