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The shape of the beast by Arundhati Roy

The book is a collection of interviews given by her to various media persons and like over a long period of time, which have all been compiled and brought out in this format. As was the case with Roy’s two essay books, these interviews are also extremely provocative as well as passionate. She certainly has a strong sense of rhetoric …

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book review: its not about the bike by lance armstrong

People around the world have found inspiration in the story of Lance Armstrong–a world-class athlete nearly struck down by cancer, only to recover and win the Tour de France, the multiday bicycle race famous for its grueling intensity. Armstrong is a thoroughgoing Texan jock, and the changes brought to his life by his illness are startling and powerful, but he’s …

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Book Review Man's Search For Meaning – Endurance Through Trial Viktor E. Frankl (Author)

Book Review Man’s Search For Meaning – Endurance Through Trial Viktor E. Frankl (Author) This is by far the most inspiring book I’ve ever read. Starting with a firsthand account of the holocaust, and finishing with a psychoanalytical approach to the suffering which took place there, Frankl shows us his ability to objectively analyse and draw conslusions from his own …

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