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SN&R Vol 23 Issue 34
It’s true. Most of us have too many friends on Facebook, and we can’t remember jack.
By Vivienne Finche
This article was published on 12.08.11
Michael Ondaatje’s latest novel is set onboard a ship bound from Ceylon to England, and told through the eyes of an 11-year-old boy.
By Trina L. Drotar
SN&R Vol 23 Issue 33
Phoenix, Ariz., is the least-sustainable city in the United States, if not the world. But there’s hope.
By Kel Munger
This article was published on 12.01.11
Jaclyn Friedman asks the right questions to help women figure out what we want from sex.
He’s just a comedian, but gosh, he’s right an awful lot of the time.
By David Riedel
SN&R Vol 23 Issue 32
Haruki Murakami’s massive epic of an alternate Tokyo falls flat.
This article was published on 11.24.11
Very little that’s new to tell about the Eagles, but at least Ben Fong-Torres writes well.
By Mark Hanzlik
Behind the scenes of Maus, the epic graphic literary account of the Holocaust.
SN&R Vol 23 Issue 31
Nigel Warburton provides an accessible, funny and informative book on the history of philosophy.
This article was published on 11.17.11
Mixing fiction with memoir isn’t a bad idea, provided you’re clear about it.
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