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Won't Break Your Heart: Sorcery & Cecilia, by Wrede and Stevermer

I hadn’t quite expected this to be so good.  In fact, I futzed around and failed to really start it for about four weeks (or maybe longer).   325 more words


Dealing with an obsession for someone who is not your significant other

“You know, Miss Libby, that I love you,” Will says to a visiting professor’s wife. She and her husband Roger have taken a sabbatical in the rural hills of Tennessee. 1,535 more words

Film Review: 'High Society'

Contemplative understatement marks Julie Lopes-Curval’s fourth feature, “High Society,” a nuanced character study of a demure working-class girl thrust into an upscale milieu of intellectual sophistication when she is accepted into a Parisian school of design. 520 more words


Thoughts on Reading Proust's Remembrance of Things Past

I have owned the two volumes of Marcel Proust’s Remembrance of Things Past probably for 3 decades. They were published in 1934 and I just learned recently on Wikipedia that my edition is the earliest translation of Proust’s remarkable work of fiction. 747 more words

High Society: Grant Paulsen Reviews Rose's Luxury, Phonetically

WASHINGTON – There a few things Grant H. Paulsen has proven, in his 25-plus years on this planet, he can do better, and faster, than most anyone else. 664 more words



Day 24: Morning

“High Society” – Betty Who