Daily Archives: April 21, 2016

Speak, Memory

The noted Russian émigré novelist Vladimir Nabakov wrote an intriguing memoir of the first few decades of his life, talking about his childhood as well as his young adulthood until the period where he was accepted as a political refugee … Continue reading

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Book Review: Warrior

Warrior: Frank Sturgis—The CIA’s #1 Assassin-Spy, Who Nearly Killed Castro But Was Ambushed by Watergate, by Jim Hunt and Bob Risch Sometimes the truth is stranger than fiction. Like many people, I have at least a mild fondness for adventure … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Four Loves

The Four Loves, by C.S. Lewis One of the more obscure books by C.S. Lewis, this short volume (of about 130 pages in the paperback I read) spends its time talking about four loves from a perspective that blends Lewis’ … Continue reading

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