revolution

Much has been said, written, blogged, posted, tweeted, bitched, and heralded about Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead by Sheryl Sandberg, and it’s all happened in about a week. If you’re interested in exploring every inch of the positive and negative debate, turn to your old friend Google: it will not disappoint. [...]

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There’s no other way to say it: I geeked out hard on Alif the Unseen by G. Willow Wilson. (Like many other periods in my life, an inadvertent theme emerges in my reading: this one seems to be centered on all things technology, and I am enjoying it to the nth degree.) The perfect mixture [...]

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When New York Times book reviewer Kathryn Harrison writes of Pure by Andrew Miller, she describes it as “a novel set during the Age of Enlightenment that pays homage not to the dawn of reason but to its witching hour, teeming with all that reason mocks – hobgoblins, specters and whatever else might be lurking [...]

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