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The Feminist and the Cowboy

The Feminist and the Cowboy Initially, I liked the memoir by Alisa Valdez entitled The Feminist and the Cowboy.  It reminded me of my own relationship—although minus the drama.  I related to Valdez being a Feminist like myself.   Like Alisa … Continue reading

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Caught in The Act

Caught in the Act:  The Act of Reading in Italo Calvino’s If on a winter’s night a traveler          You have just been caught in the act, the act of reading.  As you sit here reading this paper in … Continue reading

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