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Do We Need a Moratorium On New Books?

Samuel Johnson is one person I highly admire. No, I haven’t read all of Boswell’s Life of Johnson, but I have read a great deal of it and many works by Johnson himself. 579 more words

Reading

Heirloom Pieces by Lisa L. Hannett | Apex Magazine

I’ve decided that I’m not a very good critic because I either try too hard to love the things I read, or I get irrationally mad at them because prolly they’re better than I could ever be. 69 more words

Short Story

Reading Suggestion: Neil Patrick Harris - Choose Your Own Autobiography

Today’s reading suggestion is Choose Your Own Autobiography by Neil Patrick Harris. 288 more words

Liz Belilovskaya

Recommended weekend reading

The following reading suggestions have nothing to do with Iberian matters but two of them with translation and English…

This blogger has been sad to learn of Oliver Sacks’ terminal cancer. 81 more words

Introducing: "Medicine & Humanity" reading list

At the beginning of 2015, one of my library resolutions was to curate a few more reading lists. I’m still working on the “Preparation for Boards” list, but in the meantime, here’s another one: “Medicine & Humanity,” a list of books by medical professionals examining how they’ve interacted with their communities. 96 more words

Library Services

The Man Who Walked Away

Maud Casey, the author of “The Man Who Walked Away” is a capable writer. The historic fictional account of the psychiatric treatment of Albert Dadas by Dr. 380 more words

Book Review

On the cultural representation of Ophelia

Reading suggestions:

1. The Afterlife of Ophelia (Reproducing Shakespeare: New Studies in Adaptation and Appropriation) Hardcover – April 10, 2012
by Kaara L. Peterson (Editor), Deanne Williams (Editor) 66 more words

Criticism