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To understand or not to understand

2011 is behind us. That was the year I truly don’t understand. There were so many things and events and people that I didn’t understand. I don’t understand why evil got into power. Whenever I look at the events or … Continue reading

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Reading “Reading ‘Lolita’ in Teheran” and “The Shadow of the Wind”

Reading ‘Lolita’ in Teheran by Azar Nafisi The Shadow of the Wind by Carlos Ruiz Zafon (originally written in Spanish) Both books were stories spun around books. The first is a memoir in books, drawing parallels of books to the … Continue reading

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