Sunday, July 05, 2009

The Red Tent (thoughts on the canonization of literature)

My kids are off to Israel this week, which got me thinking about Anita Diamant's lovely novelThe Red Tent, which led me to this illuminating introduction, which led me to online litmag, and God only knows where I go from here...

1 comment:

Colleen Thompson said...

Oh, I loved that book! Wishing your kiddos safe journeys.

Hope you had a happy Fourth and beat the heat.

Working up a rain dance, for the trees' sake.


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