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Nordic writers: a special way with words

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For long they’ve been leaving their mark in the literary world – way before the girl came along with her dragon tattoo.

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Short story: “Out of the Dark Forest”

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You never know what may be lurking when you venture with a stranger into a dark forest. Photo: public domain

“Maybe my chauffeur could read my mind, or my body language, or smell my intent. Or see my hand on the door handle. It was the moment of truth.”

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Sex, philosophy, and rock ‘n’ roll

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James Miller explores the lives of ancient and contemporary philosophy icons, and has also been a renowned music critic. Photo: public domain

Interview with James Miller, music critic, unauthorized biographer of philosophy legends.

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Short story: “The snow shroud”

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He was like an old Indian or Egyptian king collecting a snow crown on his head. His head resting on his sofa pillow I stole from his room.

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Just-read list: 12 months, 12 books

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Maybe you'll find something you'd like to give a shot on this list of just-read books in 2016. Public domain photo

Any of these tickle your fancy?

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Cézanne and Zola: turbulent but lasting bond

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“The quiet Zola, son of a poor seamstress, and the explosive, rich Cézanne, will compete for the heart of the same woman, whom each will call by a different name.” Peek into their friendship in a movie playing in Leipzig.

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