Self-Reflection is Hard and so is Writing About Other People’s (via Canonical Dilemma)   2 comments

In consideration of my very preliminary observations made a few weeks ago, my esteemed colleagues and I resolved to acquire a copy of The Help and ascertain its eligibility for Book Club. The process of acquisition is one fraught with some peril. Before the books can be read, they must be obtained; that means that we must face the probability of having to speak to another human being and explain why, exactly, we are purchasing this copy of The Da … Read More

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Posted August 19, 2011 by dionoia in Uncategorized

2 responses to “Self-Reflection is Hard and so is Writing About Other People’s (via Canonical Dilemma)

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  1. Great read…thanks for subscribing! Maybe we could guest post for each other sometime.

    • Hi, thanks. I’m new here and don’t quite know how to design it, or work this, so I don’t know what “guest post” means? Is there also a way to get out to more SERIOUS blogs on Literature?

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