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Alice Munro: “Changes and Ceremonies”

“Changes and Ceremonies” is the fifth piece in Alice Munro’s second book, Lives of Girls and Women. For an overview with links to reviews of the other pieces in this book, please click here. Trevor "Changes and Ceremonies" is about those moments of joy, moments of togetherness, those ceremonies and rituals that make a community of disparate folk, that make intimate [...]

By | January 24th, 2014|Categories: Alice Munro|4 Comments

Jean Echenoz: 1914

I few years ago, over a period of just a few weeks, I read and reviewed a kind of trilogy of short biographical (albeit stylized and embellished by fiction) novellas by Jean Echenoz: Lightning (here), Running (here), and Ravel (here). These short, quirky books turn things just so, making something unique where we might expect to find something conventional. I have been anxious [...]

By | January 22nd, 2014|Categories: Jean Echenoz|2 Comments

James Thurber: The Thirteen Clocks

It's time my kids got back to work and did a review. Up this time, one of our favorites, James Thurber's The 13 Clocks (1950). The lovely hardcover New York Review Children's Collection contains the original illustrations by Marc Simont, who died last year, and really it is just the kind of book to read to your kids over a few [...]

By | January 17th, 2014|Categories: James Thurber|5 Comments

Alice Munro: “Age of Faith”

“Age of Faith” is the fourth piece in Alice Munro’s second book, Lives of Girls and Women. For an overview with links to reviews of the other pieces in this book, please click here. Trevor When we enter "Age of Faith," Del is twelve years old, and the world around her is expanding ever faster, even though, in some ways, it [...]

By | January 16th, 2014|Categories: Alice Munro|0 Comments