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.
What did it matter if Marie was now offering her lips to a new Mersault?