It’s a work [Haruka na Machi e] that seems to override traditional form and structure while challenging linearity and time to bring forth a compelling narrative with stunning artwork.
Review of Anderson's Winesburg, Ohio.
Nobel Laureate Gabriel Garcia Marquez’s controversial novella Memories of My Melancholy Whores is one of the most bittersweet valedictions (to life) I’ve read. Centered around an aged journalist, on the eve of his 90th birthday, the narrative explores the broken life of a broken man, who in the last chapter of his life attempts… Continue reading On Why “Memories of My Melancholy Whores” is hugely misunderstood
Book Review of Albert Camus's The Stranger.
Review/Essay on Why Everyone needs to read Voices from Chernobyl
Review of Okazaki's manga Helter Skelter
I’ll share one title in the following categories: films, books, anime, manga, and sometimes games and music as strong suggestions for your future consumption, along with sketching my impressions of the work in question.
An Essay on Virginia Woolf's Stories examining briefly the nature of stories, in relation to hers.