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T.S. Eliot and Allen Ginsberg “Howl”

The Waste Land is “a modernist literary masterpiece,” written by T.S Eliot, the winner of the 1948 Nobel Prize for Literature, and “one of America’s greatest poets.” I have now finally read it, but don’t know if I will read … Continue reading

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Hemingway in Paris

A friend recommended I read Hemingway’s A Movable Feast. The book consists of twenty vignettes, later-remembered stories of France where Hemingway was a poor, struggling writer during the years 1921 through 1926 and married to Hadley Richardson, his first wife. … Continue reading

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