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REMEMBRANCE OF THINGS PAST
Tibetan Momo Dumplings and Yak Wrestling
Ann Tashi Slater
The Stars of The 1,000 Page Club
While we live in an era where a large portion of the population likely dedicates a vast majority of their leisurely reading time glossing over 140 character snippets from friends, family, and celebrities via Twitter, there is an alternative for brave individuals, the novel.
5 Terrifyingly Treacherous Hosts In Literature
Writer, lecturer, Dartmouth Professor Emeritus
Macbeth is surely one of the worst hosts ever dreamed up by a playwright, but he has plenty of company in literature as a whole.
Remembering Marcel Proust: A Conversation With Chicago's Aleksandar Hemon
Author. Academic. Artist.
Dip a madeleine in tea. Yes, because 2013 is the centennial of the original French publication of Marcel Proust's
9 Famous Books You Won't Believe Were Self-Published
Indie (aka self) publishing is hardly a new phenomena. And contrary to some, it is not code word for "not good enough."
Meatless Monday: Remembrance of Things Past? Saving Vanishing Regional Food
Author and syndicated columnist, the Edgy Veggie
Proust evoked a flood of memories in
Remembrance of Things Past
by tasting a scallop-shaped cake dipped in tea. We might have to go the same way, savoring the local foods we love before they're lost to us forever.
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