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A New the Same MOBI #238 York Times Notable Book and a San Francisco Chronicle Book of the Year A look at the pleasures and surprises of rereading Compared with reading the act of rereading is farpersonalit involves a complex interaction of our past selves Nothing Remains PDFEPUBour present selves and literature With candor and humor this inspired intellectual romp part memoir part criticism takes us on a guided tour of the authors own return to books she once knewfrom the plays of Shakespeare to twentieth century novels by Remains the Same Kindle #.

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Nothing Remains the Same Rereading and Remembering214 Kingsley Amis and Ian McEwan from the childhood favorite Remains the Same Rereading and MOBI #221 I Capture the Castle to classic novels such as Anna Karenina and Huckleberry Finn from nonfiction by Henry Adams to poetry by Wordsworthas she reflects on how the passage of time and the Remains the Same Rereading and MOBI #221 experience of aging has affected her perceptions of them Lawrence Weschler A cultural critic and the acclaimed author of Why I Read Wendy Lesser conveys an infectious love of reading and inspires us all to take another look a.