I expect my last term of grad school to have some impact on my reading choices for the next four-or-so months. In good news, it won’t eat into my book/fibre-budget as there are no assigned texts.
Also, I’m now recovered from my cold that affected the end of last week and am very happy in my new glasses. So, here we go at quick listing of the books I completed this past week. I’m still working on the back-log of proper reviews so this is sadly just a list for now.
Relating Narratives: Storytelling and Selfhood
by Adrian Cavarero
Cory Doctorow’s Futuristic Tales Of The Here And Now
by Dara Naraghi, J. C. Vaughn, James L. Kuhoric
I found this to be a good overview of how to read the Parshah and think that while it’s written from a Conservative viewpoint it remained pretty balanced and is also readable by those of other circles. But please, keep the author’s bias in mind when reading. It looses points for it’s reliance on English, what can I say, I’m a biblical Hebrew snob.