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Points of Intersection: Meeting Paul Bowles, Allen Ginsberg, Brion Gysin, Robert Graves, Pauline Réage & Othersby Gregory StephensonConversations with authors. An autobiographical essay about living abroad.
by Melissa MilazzoWhen it premiered in 2014, the first season of HBO’s True Detective immediately became a pop-culture phenomenon. Created by Nic Pizzolatto and starring Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson, the show reinvigorated the detective genre on television, infusing it with philosophy, metaphysics, and macabre mystery. With this unique mix of elements, True Detective is more than a crime drama – it’s an examination of the illusory nature of self, the corruption of society, the malleable nature of reali... more
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by Peter FullagarAlthough more commonly associated with Bloomsbury, Virginia and her husband Leonard Woolf lived in Richmond-upon-Thames for ten years from the time of the First World War (1914-1924). Refuting the common misconception that she disliked the town, this book explores her daily habits as well as her intimate thoughts while living at the pretty house she came to love – Hogarth House. Drawing on information from her many letters and diaries, the editor reveals how Richmond’s relaxed way of life came t... more
by Martha Trowbridge
"THE BOY WILL BE DEAD BY MORNING." This declaration by doctors to his parents a century ago catapulted a determined Wisconsin farm boy with severe paralytic polio into a pioneer practitioner of mind-body medicine. Angrily refusing to capitulate, teenager Milton H. Erickson set off on his own path to recovery. One day, quite by accident, he discovered that wondrous healing power existed within his mind. To everyone's amazement, with brilliant creative thinking and spartan discipl... more
by Paul F. Brown
Rufus is the first literary biography of James Agee to explore his life and work in the context of his Tennessee heritage. Beginning with his ancestors, and the circumstances that brought his parents together, the book details the people, places, and events that shaped Agee's experiences in Tennessee. A survey of his work reveals that, from his first writings to his posthumously-published novel, A Death in the Family, he continually drew upon memories of his home st... more
by Robin K. Foster
Carl Van Doren (1885-1950), biographer, historian, essayist, and literary critic, wrote during the golden era of literary and cultural criticism that flourished across the 1920s, ‘30s, and ‘40s. One of the nation’s most prolific literacy critics, Van Doren covered everybody who was anybody; he was in many ways The Man Who Knew Everybody. His personal and professional correspondence with the likes of Sinclair Lewis, Robert Frost, Elinor Wylie, and H. L. Mencken bring to life ... more
by Kevin S. GilesShe was the lonely dissenter, committed to following the dictates of her conscience no matter the consequences. Jeannette Rankin, an early leader for woman suffrage and the first woman elected to Congress, crusaded for peace her entire life. “Killing more people won’t help matters,” she said. The Montana native was an American icon of extremes in politics, applauded as a beacon of hope by many people and vilified as a traitor by others. Jeannette Rankin left a rich legacy of pacifism, activel... more
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by Robert MorrisonIf, as many have suggested, Shakespeare was a Catholic, he would have risked his freedom, legacy, and perhaps his life to practice his religion openly. Thus it should not surprise us if he did not leave us solid proof of his Catholicism. What if he did though? A Tale Told Softly examines the hidden religious allegory within The Winter's Tale, from first scene to last. Relying on primary sources, this book reveals the underlying story of one of Shakespeare's last plays. As the tale unfolds, ... more
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by S T JoshiThe literature of terror and the supernatural has been experiencing a renaissance over the past several decades, and with the advent of the new millennium a diverse cadre of writers have expanded the bounds of weird fiction and enriched it with their penetrating vision. This book is the first to present a broad analysis of horror fiction as written by writers in their forties and fifties. S. T. Joshi, one of the leading authorities on weird fiction, brings divides his book into three categories,... more
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by R.C. OtovicWhen C.D. Howell left his job in the spring of 2017 to become a full-time rideshare driver, he never imagined how easy it would be for passengers to open up and immerse him in their most private, intimate stories. Grab a coffee, light up a smoke, and sit back while he takes you on a journey through his customers' troubled daily lives. Discover things you never imagined that went on inside the cloth upholstery seats. An assortment of gross topics are not off limits in this novel. Ridesharing is a... more
by R.C OtovicWhen C.D. Howell left his job in the spring of 2017 to become a full-time rideshare driver, he never imagined how easy it would be for passengers to open up and immerse him in their most private, intimate stories. Grab a coffee, light up a smoke, and sit back while he takes you on a journey through his customers' troubled daily lives. Discover things you never imagined that went on inside the cloth upholstery seats. An assortment of gross topics are not off limits in this novel. Ridesharing is a... more