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Book Review: The Shadow of the Wind

Ever since my visit to Barcelona in October 2013 I’ve been transfixed by it.  It’s one of the few cities in the world which encompasses modernity and bohemian culture whilst also being steeped in history.  602 more words

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Marina // Carlos Ruiz Zafón

Marina once told me that we only remember what never really happened. It would take me a lifetime to understand what those words meant. But I suppose I’d better start at the beginning, which in this case is the end.

Book Review - The Shadow of the Wind by Carlos Ruiz Zafon

This is one that’s been on my To Read list for a long time. The Shadow of the Wind (Penguin Books, 2001) takes place in Barcelona, following the Second World War. 497 more words

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Thankfully Dictatorial

In her article in the National Journal, Lucia Graves is thankful that Barack Obama has taken “dictatorial” action with the new regulations restriction carbon dioxide emissions from power plants, and in so doing has managed to solve the greatest problem in political theory. 625 more words

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