Tag Archives: Book
Drive My Car
Just learned about the movie and am looking for the book. So far no luck 😦 But I’m not giving up. Doraibu mai kâ
Medallion Status: True Stories from Secret Rooms
Why We’re Polarized
The Nothing by Hanif Kureishi
I heard the interview for the 2nd time, I think, earlier this morning. The first time was yesterday. But yesterday I didn’t get far enough to listen to the actual interview. Come to think about it, it might have been a preview about the interview that I did listen to this morning that they were talking about yesterday.
In any case, during the interview I learned a bit more about the author, Hanif Kureishi. He also wrote (or wrote the screenplay) “My Beautiful Laundrette”, which of course now is on my wishlist.
Our relationships are interesting. They are continually evolving. They have to – as we ourselves are continuously evolving. Every day, every moment we experience life and those experiences, ever so slightly and slowly, enriches our perspectives.
Apr 4th, ’28 – Finished it finally. Now that I have finished this I really want to find out which of his work is considered his best work. I have heard so many people say that this is not his best work that I am really curious to find out what people think is his best work.
Having just finished this I find it hard to believe that he has written something else that I will find better. Which is a reflection more on me and how I have related to this at this time in my life than anything else.
Mar 31st, ’18 – It’s taking me quite a long time to finish this but that is not because I am not enjoying it. If anything I am enjoying it a bit too much. But every little section I read, I get to a point that is a bit too interesting and I have to put it down to think about the section. But am hoping to finish it soon.
A Man Called Ove
Feb 10th, ’18 – Finally watched it on my Apple TV via Amazon Prime Video. It’s actually funny, because I was looking for a different movie, Khaad, that my friend had suggested and searching for it lead to no success I fell back to re-watch Moonstruck and after finishing it I was just browsing and stumbled.
Being and Nothingness
All the Single Ladies
Unmarried Women and the Rise of an Independent Nation
On my “To Read” list.
- The Rising Power Of Single American Women – On Point with Tom Ashbrook
- What are the comparable stat for men?
- How is our longevity playing a role here?