In post World War I Paris, three people of the “lost generation” endure hardship, struggle, and heartbreak affected by the war and changing times. Ernest Hemingway’s debut novel, … 454 more words
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Books Bygone: Fly Me to the Moon and other Adventures from “Our Wonder World”
“A certain man had a boy who was an Animated Interrogation Point—one of the kind that can shoot Who? 696 more words
Writers who consider their voice in horror writing know that there is a long tradition in literature concerning the supernatural and the mysterious. From the classics of a headless horseman (Irving), a scientific abomination made into a monster (Shelly), slogan pitching raven (Poe), to the great Gothic tale of the count himself (Stoker). 606 more words
Well, Gabo…you’ve confused me.
You wrote a spectacular epic, a sweeping family saga, filled with love, hate, discovery, war, loneliness, anger, sadness, happiness, disappointment and wonder. 1,238 more words