Hemingway said that "fiction is fact rearranged with a purpose." Or at least I think it was H. who said that. In Hemingway's case the same can be said if non-fiction. Delightful reading, but one would do well not to believe it to wholeheartedly.
Hemingway beautifully captures the fragile magic of a special time and place, and he manages to be nostalgic without hitting any false notes of sentimentality. "This is how Paris was in the early days when we were very poor and very happy," he concludes.
Philip K. Dick - Valis. (1981). Horselover Fat believes his visions expose hidden facts about the reality of life on Earth, and a group of others join him in researching these matters. One of their theories is that there is some kind of intelligent machine in orbit around the planet, and that it is aiding them in their quest. "The distinction between sanity and insanity is narrower than a razor’s edge, sharper than a hound’s tooth, more agile than a mule deer."
The Importance of Being Ernest, by Oscar Wilde | 32 Books Guaranteed To Make You Laugh Out Loud Often regarded as Wilde’s best work, you’ll find yourself wondering how this play is over 100 years old while wiping laugh-tears off your cheek.
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