The Marginalian
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Reads tagged with “Helen Macdonald”

Favorite Books of 2020
Favorite Books of 2020

Audre Lorde, Keith Haring, Bruce Lee, chance, love, black holes, constraint as a catalyst of creativity, and a whisper of Whitman.

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The 15 Best Books of 2015
The 15 Best Books of 2015

Rewarding reflections on time, love, loss, courage, creativity, and other transformations of the heart.

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The Sun, the Shadow, and the Unselved Self: Helen Macdonald on Eclipses as an Antidote to Ideologies of Otherness and a Portal to Human Connection
The Sun, the Shadow, and the Unselved Self: Helen Macdonald on Eclipses as an Antidote to Ideologies of Otherness and a Portal to Human Connection

“A total eclipse wreaks havoc on your sense of self, on rational individuality.”

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H Is for Hawk: Love, Loss, and the Discontinuity of Time in the Universe of Grief
H Is for Hawk: Love, Loss, and the Discontinuity of Time in the Universe of Grief

“The world is full of signs and wonders that come, and go, and if you are lucky you might be alive to see them.”

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