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‘Lovesong’ by Alex Miller

One of Australia’s most consistent writers, Alex Miller has, in Lovesong, produced one of his finest books.

A haunting melancholia pervades, a poignancy almost too painful to witness as John Patterner tells the tale of a married couple living a life of love, dreams, compromise, deceit and almost unbearable sadness. 311 more words

Literature

'A Passage of Love' by Alex Miller

Genre: Autobiographical Fiction 

This is my current read and my first Alex Miller. During my time at the bookstore I never got around to reading any of Miller’s books because I felt that if everyone else was reading him….I should read something else. 439 more words

Book Review

All about the Benjamins: Progressives take back endorsement of Good

Florida Progressives are rescinding their endorsement of Margaret Good, a Sarasota Democrat who’s running for an open House seat .

Good is facing off against Democrat Ruta Jouniari in a special election primary Dec. 235 more words

Mailbox Monday and What I’m Reading: 23/10/17

So I didn’t get quite as many books read over the last week as I always seemed to be rushing off somewhere. Even though my calendar looks pretty full already this week, I’m hoping to sneak in some reading time to rejuvenate. 375 more words

Mailbox Monday

ASU students bring mobile libraries to Phoenix

Strolling through Downtown Phoenix during Food Truck Friday, the smells of savory barbecue and sweet fry bread fill the air. In the middle of it all, a mobile library invites kids of all ages to pick up their favorite paperback. 1,071 more words

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‘Landscape of Farewell’ by Alex Miller

A meditative and wholly engaging novel, Alex Miller’s Landscape of Farewell is the story of knowledge and understanding – of oneself, of the past, of the land, of ageing and of friendship. 489 more words

Literature

Handling Esperanto's "Owies"

There is a small class of words in Esperanto that end in the suffix -AŬ. These words come up frequently, so it is a good idea to memorize them. 164 more words

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