Daily Archives: May 25, 2020

On The Politics Of Worry

One of the most fascinating aspects of the Coronavirus that I have seen is the way that the interests of many religious leaders and political leaders has coalesced into a shared interest in leading people to worry while at the … Continue reading

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Book Review: Colette

Colette, by Joanna Richardson Is French author Colette someone worth knowing about in vivid detail?  Before you read a book like this, if you are not a fast reader, this is a question well worth asking.  Many people will not … Continue reading

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Book Review: Colette

Colette, by Nicole Ward Jouve One of the tragedies of this book is the way that the author demonstrates the difficulty of moving beyond the dichotomies that are so common in categorizing people.  Colette herself as a writer has been … Continue reading

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Book Review: Gigi And The Cat

Gigi And The Cat, by Colette This book is a collection of two novellas, both of which give some idea of the sharp-eyed way that the author was able to look at the lives of characters in less than ideal … Continue reading

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