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Book Beat September Newsletter

09/15/20 Dear Friends and Readers, September is a month of change. The weather is cooler and leaves will soon be showing off their warm colors. Returning to school has increased the stress levels of everyone. A return to normal life seems a distant hope, yet there are some positive choices close at ...

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ML Liebler’s Virtual Lit Walk

This Sunday, September 20,  from 2 – 4 PM EDT, the 9th Annual Midtown Detroit Literary Walk will be a Virtual Walk featuring poetry and held online this year at: www.facebook.com/mlliebler with a zoom room audience. This year features five poets and one musician from Detroit and Pete Brow...

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Laginappe & Lettered: two sets by MM Serpento

Laginappe: In the First Circle (Alexander Solzhenitsyn) The Two Gentlemen of Verona (William Shakespeare) Three Stations (Martin Cruz Smith) The Four Loves (C.S. Lewis) Slaughterhouse-Five: Or the Children’s Crusade, a Duty-Dance with Death (Kurt Vonegut) The Sixth Extinction: An Unnatural His...

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I arrogantly recommend… by Tom Bowden

Diary of a Foreigner in Paris by Curzio Malaparte (Stephen Twilley, translator) NYRB Classics Italy is a country of slaves. A country of men continuously exposed, day and night, to the worst violence of the police, the judiciary, and informers. . . What does it matter if the Italian is, individually...

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