Monthly Archives: September 2012

Swann’s Way by Marcel Proust; The Limited Editions Club

How to start about a novel like Swann’s Way? How to articulate the feeling of reading Proust? That’s a touch challenge for me even on a second reading. It is definitely easier to dwell on the physical book itself, in … Continue reading

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The Moonstone has landed!

The Moonstone, by Wilkie Collins, the latest Arion Press edition has landed on my doorstep. It’s up next on my reading list, so hopefully you’ll see a full review in the next few weeks. In the meantime, I’ve included a … Continue reading

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An Advanced Peek at the Arion Press Moonstone in process

I was recently visiting my daughter in San Francisco and we took the opportunity to take the tour of the Arion Press. Tours run every Thursday afternoon and are highly worth the time even if you are only tangentially interested … Continue reading

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