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H Is for Hawk by Helen Macdonald
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Her Fearful Symmetry
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The Will to Change by Bell Hooks
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Death in Venice by Thomas Mann
"Dear God. I swoon (back of hand to forehead). Reading this book is like sliding slowly into a blossoming Venetian rose, reaching out to the filaments, then sinking into the pollinated cushion of its ovule to drown inside the decayed perfume.

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