Category Archives: non-fiction

Oh, Paris and some sad news

Began a bender focusing on the Nazi occupation of Paris. It all started in a small French village where a young girl (it actually started in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, where a young girl began filching her mother’s library books, like … Continue reading

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Tyranny. Resisting it.

Am really looking forward to reading  “On Tyranny: Twenty Lessons from the Twentieth Century” by Timothy Snyder. A friend recommended this pocket-sized book, which I’m hoping will save my life. The American civilian part of my life, which is in … Continue reading

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Women’s March Reading List

This might be short as it’s late. “Men Explain Things to Me” by Rebecca Solnit is extremely of-the-moment given current political events: women’s rights to make choices about their bodies are being threatened, and we have a new leader who’s made … Continue reading

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