Math has never been so thrilling
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Ann Patchett calls this book “a universal donor –I would recommend it to anyone, everyone”. I agree.
Tired of reading about cardiology, or the world, or life in general? Here’s a post on deconstruction as it applies to fanfiction, gender debates, politics and even medicine.
“Really, I like deconstruction because it basically goes wild with everything and anything. Because we define by différance, constructions and their manifestations can be as endless, limitless and as justifiable as you want it to be.”
Not a favorite, but certainly defining.
It’s been quite some time since I’ve read this book; I don’t even think that I’ve read this novel more than twice. And yet more than five years since, it still resonates (for some reason). In an age of wonderous beauty and terrible secrets, one man searches for his destiny… In the majestic heart of…
Less of a book I’m in love with and more of a constant revelation (that forces me to remain in love), Hamlet is a complex work with copious amounts of intrigue, terror, sword fights and puns. The Tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark, often shortened to Hamlet, is a tragedy written by William Shakespeare at an uncertain date between…
“Fiction is a lie that tells us true things, over and over.”
I suppose it provides some insight to this little thing called love: we don’t really know why we love something, we just do. And so Wonderland is enjoyable, even though taken apart it is the furthest thing from wonderful.
Overall, it’s not just a little bit mad.