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   The American Dream has always included the idea of satisfying employment and upward mobility, but a new book by Deepak Singh sketches out a less rosy reality.

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Book Review: A Man and Two Women by Doris Lessing

Doris Lessing is a brilliant writer who casts a pall on light, joy, happiness—the up side of human life. Her storytelling technique, crafting of excellent sentences, narrative description, and keen ear for dialogue is superb. If only she saw a bit of human goodness, every now and then, instead of being mired in the dark swamp of hypocrisy. 

Book Review: Colossus: A Novel about Goya and a World Gone Mad

The historical narrative is a dramatic unfolding of events that are factually accurate. The characters are living the story; the author is not telling us what to think about what actually happened historically.

Book Review: Zero At The Bone by Christian Wiman

The true sign of a good book is when the reader proclaims: “I didn’t want it to end.”  My definition of a great book is when I say: “I need to keep it by my side in some small, inconspicuous place so I can secretly read it again.”

Book Review: Not Under Forty

Willa Cather’s hard-to-find collection of essays harkens to a gentler time when ladies of letters shared their access to the pinnacle of culture within the rank and file of their rarefied worlds. 

Book Review: The Least Of Us

We all know of people who have died as a result of using Fentanyl and/or Meth. “The Least Of Us” is an amazing narrative that explains why so many are dying.