In 1990, Richard Nixon released "RN: The Memoirs of Richard Nixon," an account of his life that was praised for its unexpected candor and introspection; but thirteen years earlier a far more convincing narrative, also told by Nixon, was divulged in Robert Coover's "The Public Burning." The novel, wh
Thome is a sarcastic fellow that likes to consistently radiate with a healthy mix of wit and philosophical seriousness. He has submerged himself primarily in art history-based research and writing, curatorial studies and practices, gender theory, micro-blogging, and short story writing.
She loves the arts, music, performance, literature. Andre Breton, Escher, Magritte, Van Gogh. They are her favorites. She loves Kundera because he made his sadness into warmth, The Book of Laughter & Forgetting, The Unbearable Lightness of Being, Life Is Elsewhere, Immortality. She loves Rene Magri
Boris Vian was a French polymath: writer, poet, musician, singer, translator, critic, actor, inventor and engineer. He is best remembered today for his novels. Those published under the pseudonym Vernon Sullivan were bizarre parodies of criminal fiction, highly controversial at the time of their rele