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Shameless

Shameless I read that Shameless is the most watched series on Netflix in America. Sherlock Holmes is the most watched Netflix show in England.  This sparked my curiosity and so I binged watched Shameless this week—all 7 Seasons. The first … Continue reading

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Descent into Disgrace

Decent into Disgrace In the Showtime Television show The Affair Noah Holloway published a book called Decent. The book chronicles his decent in to debauchery and divorce. I couldn’t help be reminded of Coetzee book Disgrace, which was published in … Continue reading

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Memory

May 14, 2015 Memory This week has been brought to you by the letter M for Memory. Memory was key both in the movie The Giver and in the movie Still Alice, both which I watched this week. The Giver … Continue reading

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J.R.R Tolkien

J.R.R. Tolkien J.R.R. Tolkien once said, “One of my strongest opinions that investigation of an author’s biography is an entirely vain and false approach to his works” And it is true that by looking strictly at the events of his … Continue reading

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Invisible

 August 11, 2006  Invisible Invisible.  As a teen, I used to feel invisible.  I would imagine that I slipped on the magic ring and walk around the store unseen.  People would pass me by, but never really look at me.  … Continue reading

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