So I read this book called, “How To Be an Existentialist, or How to Get Real, Get a Grip and Stop Making Excuses” by Gary Cox and I liked the book, hence I would like to give out a brief introduction about Existentialism in this post before coming back to another post on the takeaways from the book. 18 more words
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When I think of impossible stories, ones that are so intricate, so many-layered, so brilliant in use of language and narrative structure that it seems no mere mortal could have written them, I think of Murasaki Shikibu, Shakespeare, Cervantes, Tolstoy, Charles Dickens, Herman Melville, James Joyce, Samuel Beckett, Tolkien, and Joseph Heller, among others. 788 more words
My name is Jessica Wright, and I write about life.
Unfortunately, this is not always enough to bring the bread home, at first. I am also finishing off a degree in Information Design, which involves being broke a lot of the time, facing nail-biting opportunities, and all the gut-wrenching anticipation that comes with facing an uncertain future. 426 more words