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Top Three: Worst of 2013

Part one of our lengthy conversation on the year 2013! In preparation for the New Year, Nick and Dimitri each list their top three worst moments of 2013, touching on video game copyright policies, ill-conceived

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Posted in Movie Review Verdict: 5.0

In a World (2013)

I’d never understood before Lake Bell’s appeal as a thespian. It’s not that I found her performances lacking per se, but every role I’d seen…

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Posted in Book Review Verdict: 5.0

A Room of One’s Own (1929)

Written in 1928, Virginia Woolf’s A Room of One’s Own deals with the relationship between women and literature: how women are perceived in the field, what it means

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Posted in Book Review Verdict: 4.5

Dancing Girls (1977)

Reviewing short story collections presents a particular challenge in that each chapter carries its own point of view, characters, and thematic scheme, making it impossible to discuss the book as a cohesive whole. This is especially true

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Posted in Book Review Verdict: 5.0

The Yellow Wallpaper (1892)

Truth is elusive. It’s like a spirit that haunts our accounts but remains intangible. Charlotte Perkins Gilman uses this precise metaphor in her novella The Yellow Wallpaper, which tells

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Posted in Book Review Verdict: 4.5

At the Bottom of the River (1983)

Our social environment is like a river that flows both ways: our culture affects the way we perceive the events that occur in our lives the same way the events in our lives affect the way

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