Category Archives: Twentieth Century Literature

Sunstone by Stjepan Sejic

Sunstone is a five part graphic novel series by Croatian artist and writer Stjepan Sejic. Allison and Lisa are both into BDSM. They meet on an internet forum dedicated to the subject. Then they meet in real life. And no, … Continue reading

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A Magical Tale

65 Million copies sold The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho has certainly made an impact. And it’s not hard to see why. For it is a book about chasing your dreams. And dreams? Well, they are beloved of Men. Some cultivate … Continue reading

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More Than is Sensible, I Know!

In recent months I have got out of the habit of talking about the books that I am reading. In this post, I will run through them. I hope that in the days and weeks to come I will be … Continue reading

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From a Ship at Sea to Cairo

What am I reading? I last asked this question exactly a month ago and since then I have finished both The Miseducation of Cameron Post and – finally! – T. E. Lawrence’s Letters. I will write about them in separate … Continue reading

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Antigua to Carchemish via Pforzheim

What Am I Reading? My current reads are Our Kind of Traitor by John le Carré and T. E. Lawrence’s Letters. I finished Giles Milton’s Wolfram just a couple of days after writing my last WAIR post and I am … Continue reading

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The Artist and the Archaeologist

What am I reading? In the two or so weeks since my last WAIR post I have finished both Charlotte Reagan’s Just Juliet and Hilaire Belloc’s Hills and the Sea. My two main reads (i.e. the ones I am trying … Continue reading

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Waving Goodbye

Last night, my book club met to discuss Virginia Woolf’s The Waves. Well, if you look modernist literature this book is definitely for you. I’ll give you my copy if money is tight. I mean, it wasn’t that I didn’t … Continue reading

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