Laurence Scott’s The Four-Dimensional Human (2015)

2016-11-07T16:17:45-05:00

Are we spending so much time plugged-in that we are no longer ourselves and now perceive the world differently? Author Laurence Scott posits that digital technology has shaped a fourth dimension. We inhabit it, become it. The big question is: What does this mean? But just as one click online leads to a series

Laurence Scott’s The Four-Dimensional Human (2015)2016-11-07T16:17:45-05:00

August 2014, In My Reading Log

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Although I always have a small stack of books underway, I have carried to extremes this act of multi-booking this summer. Yesterday I finished Michael Crummey’s new novel (Sweetland), Alison Wearing’s memoir (Confessions of a Fairy’s Daughter), Jan Zwicky’s poetry collection, the second volume in the Fruits Basket manga series,

August 2014, In My Reading Log2014-08-15T15:47:06-05:00

Joshua Ferris’ To Rise Again at a Decent Hour (2014)

2014-07-11T16:06:01-05:00

Inherently uncomfortable. Essentially intimate. The relationship between dentist and patient is complex, contradictory. Little Brown & Company, 2014 Most of us view that relationship from the perspective of patient, so Paul O'Rourke's voice has the potential to be illuminating, unique, fresh. In earlier works, Joshua Ferris has vividly inhabited

Joshua Ferris’ To Rise Again at a Decent Hour (2014)2014-07-11T16:06:01-05:00
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