He reflected on the reality being that a series of scribbles on clay was all it took to get away with murder.
Banned Book Week 2017 began yesterday and we should all celebrate our right to read and write whatever we wish. It's guaranteed by our First Amendment, so why not exercise it to the fullest extent? I'm not going to be held back, so I'm participating in Banned Book Week 2017 by reading Beloved by Toni... Continue Reading →
We did feel as if it were the end of days as the sky grew dark and the willows wavered in the gentle, eerie September breeze.
I look at my newly-built bookshelf and think to myself, "I read all of this at one time or another." And then I think to myself, "No, that's not true."
I wanted to read something with a social consciousness ...I also didn't want to pay any more than $10.
I've heard things about this book for years, and now I finally have the chance to read it and find out what the fuss is all about (I know, a cliche).
Frankl witnesses atrocities in visceral detail in a shifty, elided flow that makes the Man's Search for Meaning a macabre memoir.