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David Sedaris has been writing ingeniously funny stories for over twenty years. He has done this from England, where he lives, as well as an apartment he keeps in Paris and a beach house on the Carolina coast in the United States, which he calls the Sea Section. Three of the titles of his collections are: They are hilarious and misanthropic at the same time. In Calypso , Sedaris tackles middle age and mortality. He is as funny as ever but the hilarity darkens as he realizes that life is made up of more past than future at a certain stage. Scotland has always had a romantic side for many people, with its old castles and misty moors.
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James Crawford is a Scot, who lives in Edinburgh. He tells of how he went with a small group a few years ago to visit the ruins of Castle Campbell, in the Ochil Hills above the small town of Dollar. When they were walking down to the terraces in front of the castle, they suddenly heard a gunshot. After a moment of genuine alarm, they started laughing and decided it must be a farmer. This book is the result. There are twelve excellent photographs of the buildings they chose — as well as provocative stories to go with them.
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We are all familiar with male literary friendships — all the way from Byron and Shelley to Fitzgerald and Hemingway. But the most celebrated female authors are mostly known as solitary geniuses or isolated eccentrics. As did Virginia Woolf and Katherine Mansfield. This book does a very successful job of offering a new perspective on established literary figures. In this one, she looks at the near-death experiences that have jarred her own life.
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