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Book Club: Eating Animals

When I was a freshman in high school, my friend Andrea bought me Everything is Illuminated for my birthday. I was instantly smitten, and a long love affair with the work of the then very young Jonathan Safran Foer was born. 780 more words

For Fun

Spring Semester Readings

I have done a bad job writing about the books that I have read. In order to make up for that, here is the books that I have read over this spring semester. 1,494 more words

Science Fiction

How to be human.

I read an article the other day about “how to be more human” with your social media strategy.

How to be more human?

Has the proliferation of “screen” consumption and contribution – texts, tweets, posts, and likes – finally choked our capacity for basic human connection? 834 more words

Jonathan Safran Foer – Ogni cosa è illuminata

Jonathan Safran Foer – Ogni cosa è illuminata

Provo sentimenti contrastanti verso questo libro; fondamentalmente mi è piaciuto ma l’ho trovato faticoso da leggere per lo stile, anzi gli stili, di scrittura, come spiegherò tra poco.  231 more words

Massimo Arena

The end of missing.

My boyfriend, Eli, works offshore – 3 weeks working and 3 weeks home. It has definitely been a transition from a typical relationship and basically a lifestyle change. 551 more words


Eating Animals

Author: Jonathan Safran Foer

Type: Non-fiction, single subject

Published: 2009

I read it: April 2012

Foer’s book is the most helpful food book I’ve read because the author tries to be as explicit as possible of what he thinks the actual implications of his research are. 495 more words

extremely loud and incredibly close

I don’t usually tend to read much other than fantasy or science fiction but since this was a friend’s favorite book I decided to give it a try. 80 more words

Extremely Loud And Incredibly Close