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Unshelved: Absurdity in a <i>Nutshell</i>

Unshelved: Absurdity in a Nutshell


In a nutshell, Nutshell by Ian McEwan is one of the most bizarre books I have ever read. Honestly, I don’t know why I even finished it. I think I was driven by a perverse curiosity to learn what twist awaited at the end of the book. At times, I couldn’t tell whether it was…

Piecing Together Disordered Eating

Piecing Together Disordered Eating


“That will go straight to your thighs,” Zoë says to Tristan as he gazes longingly at the donut grasped in his hand. “That’s why I’m eating it with my eyes and not my mouth,” he says, before discarding it. This Degrassi scene passes by in just a moment and is never revisited. But it demonstrates…

TRYing to Connect With My Dad

TRYing to Connect With My Dad


I’ve grown up with rugby. My dad started playing in chiropractic school—yes, I’ve realized the irony. Then he played for our local club team even after he had surpassed the upper age limit of the Old Boys’ squad. My childhood is peppered with memories of cheering him on from the sidelines, and as a teenager,…

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