A Single Man by Christopher Isherwood,
Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2001 - Reviewed by Ulf
With thorough pleasure and an uncanny sense of recognition I
read this novel, perhaps Isherwood's finest, for the first time at
a friend's mention of the remarkable passage on which it ends, a
mystic "wordflight" through a supposed heart attack in sleep.
The Intelligencer by Leslie
Silbert, Washington Square Press, 2001 - Reviewed by Judi
If you are fond of literary mysteries that jump back and forth
in time, you will enjoy Silbert's The Intelligencer which
travels between Elizabethan England and modern-day New
York/England. The notion of political espionage links the two time
periods. . .
A Brain Wider than the Sky: A Migraine
Diary by Andrew Levy, Simon and Schuster, 2009 -
Reviewed by Chad Bauman
In this book, recently named one of the best memoirs of 2009 by
the Washington Post, Andrew Levy attempts to convey the
shape, flow, and sensation of migraines to his readers. And
in this, he succeeds brilliantly . . .
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