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Harry Edward Styles is an English singer, songwriter, and actor. His musical career began in 2010 as a solo contestant on the British music competition series The X Factor.
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Three Women
Lisa Taddeo - 2019-07-09
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Explore the complicated and messy nuances of desire, heartbreak, and infatuation with Lisa Taddeo’s Three Women. This groundbreaking and intimate book delves into the sex lives of three American women, based on nearly a decade of reporting. Meet Lina, a suburban mother battling panic attacks and an affair; Maggie, a high schooler facing a scandalous criminal trial; and Sloane, a successful restaurant owner whose lifestyle challenges societal norms. This triumph of storytelling is a must-read for anyone seeking empathy and understanding in the complexity of human relationships.
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Notes on Camp
Sontag Susan - 2018-02-15
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These two classic essays break down the boundary between high and low culture. They offer a concentrated hit of contemporary, international flavor, featuring inspiring essays, disturbing poems, and surreal stories from diverse authors. This literary sensation by Susan Sontag is a must-read for those seeking unique and boundary-pushing critiques.
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Course Of Love
A. de. Botton - 2016-04-28
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Follow one ordinary couple through the ups and downs of modern love in this insightful and humorous love story. From dating to marriage, from having kids to having affairs, this book takes a realistic look at the daily intimacies, the blazing rows, and the endless tiny gestures that make up a life shared between two people. Gain a unique perspective on the nature of love with The Course of Love.
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My Policeman
A Novel
Bethan Roberts - 2012-03-05
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In this tragic and evocative tale set in 1950's Brighton, Marion and Patrick both fall in love with Tom, a policeman. Tom must choose between his love for both of them and the safer option of marrying Marion. This choice leads to devastating consequences as their love is forbidden by the restrictive society they live in. Based on the real-life relationship between author E. M. Forster and a policeman and his wife, My Policeman is a deeply heartfelt story about love and its endurance in the face of repression.
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Love Is a Mix Tape
Life and Loss, One Song at a Time
Rob Sheffield - 2007-01-02
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A music-loving journalist tells the story of his life with the woman he loved through the mix tapes they made together. From the intertwined themes of rock music and love, to their shared passion for journalism, Rob Sheffield's memoir beautifully captures the essence of their relationship. Featuring classic artists such as The Rolling Stones and The Beatles, the book is a tribute to the power of music and the bonds it creates. A poignant and gripping tale of love and loss that will make you laugh, cry, and everything in between.
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Love Is a Dog from Hell
Charles Bukowski - 2003-01-01 (first published in 1977)
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This book is a collection of poems that delve into Charles Bukowski's personal experiences and how they relate to the world around him. He reflects on people, objects, places, and events, taking readers on a journey both in and out of his mind. The raw and honest nature of Bukowski's writing is captivating and sure to leave a lasting impression.
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In Watermelon Sugar
Richard Brautigan - 2002-01-01 (first published in 1968)
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Experience the gentle utopia of iDEATH, a place where the sun changes color every day and dreams come to life. "In Watermelon Sugar" by Richard Brautigan is a timeless expression of the counterculture generation, rejecting violence and hate for a life marked by peace and tranquility in a world made of watermelon sugar.
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Norwegian Wood
Haruki Murakami - 2000-09-12 (first published in 1987)
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A college student in Tokyo navigates the complexities of love and loss after the tragic death of his best friend. As he adapts to campus life and faces isolation, he finds himself drawn to a fiercely independent woman. Norwegian Wood captures the essence of 1960s ethos through a touching coming-of-age story.
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Hermann Hesse - 1981-12-01 (first published in 1922)
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Experience an unforgettable journey through a wealthy Indian Brahmin's search for spiritual fulfillment in this timeless classic by Herman Hesse. With a synthesis of Eastern religions, Western individualism, and Jungian archetypes, Siddhartha takes readers on a transformative exploration of the meaning of life.