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re-Play It As It Lays

I recently re-watched Play It As It Lays. (I could do with re-reading the novel at some point.) It’s hard to articulate how I feel about it, but, of course, I’ll try. First, there’s the fact of Joan Didion. I … Continue reading

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upon rereading: “The White Album” by Joan Didion

“We tell ourselves stories in order to live. The princess is caged in the consulate. The man with the candy will lead the children into the sea. The naked woman on the ledge outside the window on the sixteenth floor … Continue reading

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Into the Wild by Jon Krakauer

Some random thoughts: “‘Sure, he screwed up,’ Roman answers, ‘but I admire what he was trying to do. Living completely off the land like that, month after month, is incredibly difficult.’” p. 185 I really like this book—not just the … Continue reading

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