Category Archives: memoir

It Could Be Worse, You Could Be Me — by Ariel Leve

  Ariel Leve lives in both New York and London. She seems to be successful in her career.  She is well-travelled.  But she is also anti-social, a hypochondriac, and in my opinion not someone with whom I would want to spend … Continue reading

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Paris Times Eight — World Party Reading Challenge

The first month of the World Party Reading Challenge takes us to France, a country rich in culture and history.  It’s capital city, Paris, is one of the great cities of the world. I have “only” been to Paris once, but … Continue reading

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The Journal of Helene Berr

I read Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl when I was eight or nine years old, and at that time could not fully understand the immense tragedy that was the Holocaust. Why were Jewish people hated so much? … Continue reading

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