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The Dilemma is the Individual

Tony Parsons – ‘The Open Secret’ – Interview by Iain McNay

1:36 “The dilemma for the individual is not that the individual can’t get what it wants.   7 more words


Is Anyone Else Guilty About Not Reading Many Classic Novels?

At some point or other I’m sure we’ve all had someone say to us “I can’t believe you’ve never read <That Classic Book Everyone’s Supposed To Have Read>!!” I’m sure they’ve also given you an incredulous look, like they can’t believe you’ve managed to crawl through your entire life on your belly without reading your allocated quota of Penguin classics. 447 more words


"Magasban éltem, szélben, a nap sütött"

Kevés tragikusabb sorsot tudok elképzelni egy párnak, és mégis úgy érzem, irigylem őket, mert keserűen rövidke ideig is, de megéltek valamit, amit én sose fogok, pedig beleszakadt a szívem, annyira vágytam rá. 110 more words

Book Review: The Murder Bag, by Tony Parsons

Crime fiction is my favorite genre. To follow the trail of clues and bodies with the detective is fun, and if the book has pace in it to hold the attention from start to finish, then it is really satisfying. 379 more words