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October 2015
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Towards the beginning of the war, Graham Greene had written to me and asked if I would like to do propaganda work. I did not ...
September 2015
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Have you ever heard of Clärenore Stinnes? Well, before picking up this book I had not. As some of you may know, I rather li...
September 2015
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This is a nonfiction book that reads somewhat as a fictional story. The author's bit at the end explains how she was able to ...
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August 2015
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It's What I Do: A Photographer's Life of Love and War by Lynsey Addario begins from her childhood to how she came to be a pho...
August 2015
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"2: 58: 36 And maybe here’s a bit of insight: My face is and isn’t me. It’s a nice face. It has lots of people in it. My pare...
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When I first started my Canadian reading project, W.O. Mitchell seemed to appear on every list of recommended authors. How ...
July 2015
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Think Isherwood's A Single Man, think Philadelphia (the Tom Hanks film, later novelised by Christopher Davis), but both set i...
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The question I have is: Would I have read and enjoyed The Stone Angel if it had not been considered a Canadian classic and if...
May 2015
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It's very difficult to approach reviewing this book, because there is just so much to it, stretching to nearly 650 pages. T...
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“Lloyd’s home, Mom.” I fingered the straggling ends of my mother’s hair. And your daughter is having a nervous breakdown. And...
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Aron was a young boy living with his mom and dad in a nice house in the Warsaw countryside. When Hitler invades Poland all Je...
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Yes, summer is here, finally, which means that reading is taking a backseat in favour of other pursuits - mostly outdoors and...
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I mentioned this already in a status update while reading this book but it really is so much more than just a biography. Na...