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What I talk about when I talk about literature.

Do you remember what it was like when you were a kid and an adult would read aloud to you? Do you remember how it felt as if you were in a completely different world, each word spoken, each word … Continue reading

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Poetry

In the notes on my phone, I have two poems by Robert Frost. “Revelation” and “Reluctance”. For some reason, these poems seem to be ever relevant in my life. Relevant reluctant revelation? Or the other way around? I like to … Continue reading

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Leonard Cohen

I am hopelessly in love with Leonard Cohen. I admit it, no hesitation. He is everything, he has everything, he is perfection. No less. I must have been seven or eight years old when my dad told me to come … Continue reading

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