Book Review: Living the Dream

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I learned that the struggle against life forces us to lose ourselves absolutely and then to find ourselves completely. It is the true baptism and no one can avoid it. Living the Dream by Isabelle Dupuy | Contemporary Fiction | … Continued

Book Review: Jaz Santos vs. The World

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I gazed up at the luminous purple stars on my white ceiling and wished hard that I could be like one of them. I wished I could brighten the thickening darkness that was swallowing up my family. The Dream Team: … Continued

Book Review: The Magical Language of Others

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As the door closed behind me, I flooded with tears unlike ever before, not even during childhood. I let myself cry for no reason through the night and for those many nights long ago. The Magical Language of Others by … Continued

Book Review: Hood Feminism

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Any narrative that assumes women can be treated as a united voting bloc with no concern for race, class, or other factors is short-sighted and deeply misguided. The history of feminist politics has shown the dangers of ignoring the work … Continued