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Your Twin Fantasies I-III

The following is in response to the Dragonlance Legends trilogy, written by Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman. The Dragonlance Legends trilogy is made up of Time of The Twins, War of The Twins, and Test of The Twins and were … Continue reading

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The End of The Mist

The following is in response to The Mist, a book by Stephen King. This is the second book that I read this year as part of my goodreads challenge. You will notice a trend this year with Mr. King and … Continue reading

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Back In The (Dead) Zone

The following is in response to The Dead Zone, a book by Stephen King. I started this year off right with a reading challenge on Goodreads.com and I set my bar at twenty books. That might sound kind of low … Continue reading

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Looking for Spinoza: Joy, Sorrow, and the Feeling Brain

The following is a review of Antonio Damasio‘s book, Looking for Spinoza: Joy, Sorrow, and the Feeling Brain. So who is this Spinoza character and why is Antonio Damasio, one of today’s leading neuroscientists, looking for him? Bento (sometimes Baruch … Continue reading

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John the Baptist

The following is in response to Robert Olen Butler’s “John the Baptist.” For me, the tension didn’t really pick up until the middle when he says that he is talking about God; I guess I should have known, I mean … Continue reading

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Writing the Body & Sexing the Body

This is my response to Anne Fausto-Sterling’s “Sexing the body.” In my Writing the Body class, we discussed many wonderful things. The focus of our discussion was the idea of the  enemy. As I understand it, human emotions are built off … Continue reading

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