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  • Daniel del Real's Avatar
    Yesterday, 20:27
    Hard to tell if you're reading him in English. Collections and anthologies are way different from language to language depending on the editors. If...
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  • OverTheMountains's Avatar
    Yesterday, 19:29
    Your love of this man's work has many a time pushed him onto my TBR list - though he has far too much company there. But now, with his death, I...
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  • Daniel del Real's Avatar
    Yesterday, 18:38
    Amos Oz, Judas Sometines is so sweet to return to your loved ones. First fifty pages are just amazing. This man has to be one of the better...
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  • Daniel del Real's Avatar
    Yesterday, 18:34
    The ancient master of poetry has finally passed away. I thought death had already forgotten him, that antipoetry was indeed the key for eternal life....
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  • tiganeasca's Avatar
    Yesterday, 14:43
    ^DouglasM: I read (big chunks of) The Dialogic Imagination (as well as bits and pieces of other essays). I'd agree pretty much with Liam: heavy...
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  • tiganeasca's Avatar
    Yesterday, 14:37
    tiganeasca replied to a thread Ngũgĩ wa Thiong'o in Writers
    redheadshadz' quoted comment came in reply to my post on The River Between. This was my take: "For all his world-shaking reputation, I must...
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  • Isahoinp's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:54
    Isahoinp replied to a thread Ngũgĩ wa Thiong'o in Writers
    I get the preachiness view of reading The River Between, but I didn't come away with that at all. To me, Ngugi's earlier work is somewhat easily...
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