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Review: Every Little Piece of Me

Review: Every Little Piece of Me

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Paradise Lost: The Narcissism and Loneliness of the Selfie Generation in Every Little Piece of Me In his 1993 article, “Getting Away From Already Pretty Much Being Away From It All”, David Foster Wallace recounts a moment at the Illinois State Fair when he noticed that something was odd about the grass under one of the tents. It turned out not to be grass at all…

1-minute review: The Legend of Gladee’s Canteen

1-minute review: The Legend of Gladee’s Canteen

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David Mossman’s ultimate “who’s your father?” story of life on Hirtle Beach, The Legend of Gladee’s Canteen: Down Home on a Nova Scotia Beach is a Maritime tale of family success and love. And while this is his fourth book about Mossman’s own life and family, unlike some of his other titles, Gladee’s Canteen is a little more light-hearted and fun. A retired geology professor, Mossman…

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