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Hung Up on the Hungarian: László Krasznahorkai

I just finished László Krasznahorkai’s War & War. And by “just”, I mean 30 to 40 minutes ago. It’s always best if I try to put my thoughts into writing before I go reading reviews, interviews, or critical essays. 257 more words


Masturbation is not to blame. Neither is Facebook. Angela is here to help though.

I’m going to let you in on a little secret – despite their brevity, the stories on my website “Do You Muumuu?” are actually part of an illegal underground book.   361 more words

In praise of casual sex

In Praise of Older Women by Stephen Vizinczey

My rating: 3 of 5 stars

I first read this as smut when I was a teenager, and was very surprised to see it again in a ‘Penguin Modern Classics’ cover, so I re-read it though this time as a study of Hungarian manners. 493 more words