Another Day of Life are like literary dispatches from a war-zone. It is 1975-76, and Kapuściński is sometimes in the despairing Angolan capital of Luanda, and sometimes on the front.
There are some like Rieux who watch and document with compassion, the struggles of the people who are made to see the great meaninglessness of life.
Does a father really make a difference? I am torn between a father's role as a sperm-bank and anything more significant which I cannot imagine.
here's raising a toast to my constant companions - the ones that i spend so many hours with, thank you dear authors, thank you for your words.
The Forty Rules Of Love is a pretty bejeweled book, probably because it makes Rumi and Shams Tabrizi so accessible for a first-time reader.
There are no lofty emotions, no fairy-tale endings; everything frays when subjected to daily use. The book explores the every-day chipping away of life.
An intricate study of the world of sixteenth century miniaturists in the Ottoman empire.
All within the setting of a murder mystery, a love story and fable-like story telling.