Monthly Archives: August 2012

Mosley’s The Man in My Basement

Normally I do not talk about the personal life of the writers or about who admire them, but  Walter Mosley is an exception. First, he is a black-jewish best-seller writer. I can’t think of another author fulfilling these conditions. As … Continue reading

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1984: The power of words

I’m happy I just read Orwell’s 1984. As always I should have read it younger, but I feel I read it at the right time. I’m going to speak about two themes of the book, the ones that make it … Continue reading

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