• Interview With Fred Leavitt, Author Of If Ignorance Is Bliss, We Should All Be Ecstatic

    Interview With Fred Leavitt, Author Of If Ignorance Is Bliss, We Should All Be Ecstatic0

    If Ignorance is Bliss, We Should All Be Ecstatic explores the limitations of knowledge and argues that neither reasoning nor direct observation can be trusted. The author Fred Leavitt talks to Book Glow about the book. Describe the book in one sentence. The book uses abstract reasoning plus many real life examples to show that

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  • Review: From Timbuktu To Duck And Cover By Lewis Lucke

    Review: From Timbuktu To Duck And Cover By Lewis Lucke0

    From Timbuktu to Duck and Cover: Improbable Tales from a Career in Foreign Service¬†covers some thirty years working in foreign service and living in over eleven countries, and traverses nations throughout Africa, Europe, and the Middle East, and South America. Retired US Ambassador Lewis Lucke’s career was not only “never boring,” but often assumed the

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  • 5 Facts About Comoros From Africa Memoir

    5 Facts About Comoros From Africa Memoir0

    Take a trip to Comoros, a small island country (the fourth smallest in Africa with about 870,000 people), located 200 miles off the east coast of Africa, at the northern end of the Mozambique Channel in the Indian Ocean, with these 5 facts about Comoros from Africa Memoir: 50 Years, 54 Countries, One American Life

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  • Unconventional Women: The Wild Lives Of George Sand And Colette

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    Bold and brilliant are terms often used to describe George Sand (1804-1876) and Colette (1873-1954). As it turns out, the two French authors have many things in common besides their celebrated literary production. Because of their character and chosen lifestyle, these feminist icons turned cultural expectations for women upside down. And somehow, despite behaviors which

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  • Literary Holidays During The Month Of March

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    Reading eBooks, Dr. Seuss Day, Grammar Day, and The Ides of March are just some of the literary holidays that book lovers will be sure to celebrate during the month of March. Literary Holidays During the Month of March March 1-7: Read an eBook Week March 2: National Read Across America Day, or Dr. Seuss

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  • 5 Facts About Chad From Africa Memoir

    5 Facts About Chad From Africa Memoir0

    Take a trip to Chad, a country three times as large as the U.S. State of California, and landlocked in Central Africa, with these 5 facts about Chad from Africa Memoir: 50 Years, 54 Countries, One American Life by Mark G. Wentling. Visit all 54 African countries with an adventurous American guide who has spent

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