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Brown, Chester. Paying for It.

Montreal: Drawn & Quarterly, 2011.

Chester, who lives and works in Toronto, has been a working cartoonist for quite a long time and his books tend to serious subjects and transparent honesty. 328 more words

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Review: Let The Sunshine In

Director: Claire Denis

Stars: Juliette Binoche, Gérard Depardieu, Xavier Beauvois

I’d like to start, a little recklessly, by talking about the last scene of the movie. 814 more words

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you/him (2016)

He is you, and you, he.

He has your eyes (yours, jaded emerald, and his, wine red) and your hands (the same bloody ones) and your skin (and your heart). 1,958 more words

Poetry

A Wizard of Earthsea

I am doing a novel study in English class for Ursula K. Le Guin’s A Wizard of Earthsea, and during one of my assignments, was asked to divide the book into three sections, and do a summary and a quick analysis of each section. 829 more words

Books

Snake

Every family has a child who seems faintly slimy. The shadowy one who lurks and prowls and brings home dead things to cut up in the wood shed. 1,386 more words

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Atwood, Margaret. Moral Disorder and Other Stories.

NY: Random House, 2006.

To my mind, Margaret Atwood is one of the very best living writers in English and has been for some time. Her novels are never less than first-rate, and so too are most of her short stories. 224 more words

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Nail Polish

“I don’t know how you do it, Fay.” Jean sighed, collapsing back into her brown splotched chair. Splotches of vomit or piss or some other vile substance, though it was uncertain whether it was born by beast or human. 978 more words

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