Serendeputy - your personal news assistant.

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Serendeputy is your personal news assistant.

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- learns what you like and don't like,
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Tiffany views her role as a wife, devoid of a career, as a parallel to Stephen’s term for the ornithological lifestyle. She “breeds and feeds” now, after entering her thirties with a useless liberal arts degrees and a series of menial jobs. Marriage...
From: 3AM Magazine | By: K Thomas Kahn | Monday, December 22, 2014
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One premise, not rigorously applied, was that you should be able to live somewhere in Britain without money. So with a few exceptions we offered free accommodation, ad lib, to who-ever made it to the island. No references, no deposit. In the early days,...
From: 3AM Magazine | By: Richard Marshall | Sunday, December 21, 2014
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There’s a sense of improvised sketching in them, as if the torso of some earlier attempt is being hinted at, some failed draft to get further. But that is just an illusion. The tales refuse the fixture of print, its authorities and policemen and prefer...
From: 3AM Magazine | By: Richard Marshall | Monday, December 22, 2014
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hasn’t calmed your brutal fish hook hands and a surplus of mud is also there we took to asking for burnt greens but not clearly enough we got samphire and honey and a terrible hurt it’s just one way to be amiss in this world, those of us hapless...
From: 3AM Magazine | By: steven fowler | Sunday, December 21, 2014
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The grounding principle seems to have quite substantive ontological implications. Take the true claim that there once were dinosaurs. What object could be such that its existence grounds the truth of that claim? Perhaps any of the formerly alive dinosaurs....
From: 3AM Magazine | By: Richard Marshall | Sunday, December 21, 2014
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If Vincenz and Bradley have proved nothing else by their beautiful book, it is the final excommunication of The Waste Land from the literary into the manumission of capable and fecund literacy. T. Thilleman on Marc Vincenz and Tom Bradley's This Wasted...
From: 3AM Magazine | By: Samuel Stolton | Saturday, December 20, 2014
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"From every image there came a new fragment of information, a painful little abstraction. None of these fragments was expressed in words, they were silent and without obvious meaning, but they accumulated in her heart and from this mysterious collaboration...
From: 3AM Magazine | By: Joanna Walsh | Saturday, December 20, 2014
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