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Holden Battles the Summer Doldrums: Radically Free Conclusion (Perhaps?)

Holden Battles the Summer Doldrums is a summer series of blog posts about one bookseller's lofty goal to read two books a week this summer. Each week I will reflect on the books I read, how I felt reading them, and what challenges or epiphanies presented themselves. But this week I end my blog and turn myself to different projects. I explain why. You can find previous posts at wellerbookworks.com under "Holden's Blog" or you can search on social media using the hashtag #holdenreads.

Holden Battles the Summer Doldrums: Post 13 - Nicotine

Holden Battles the Summer Doldrums is a summer series of blog posts about one bookseller's lofty goal to read two books a week this summer. Each week I will reflect on the books I read, how I felt reading them, and what challenges or epiphanies presented themselves.This week I read Nicotine by Nell Zink and fell behind my schedule for Being and Nothingness by Jean-Paul Sartre. You can find previous posts at wellerbookworks.com under "Holden's Blog" or you can search on social media using the hashtag #holdenreads.

Holden Battles the Summer Doldrums: Post 12 - My Year of Rest and Relaxation and Being and Nothingness, Part Two

Holden Battles the Summer Doldrums is a summer series of blog posts about one bookseller's lofty goal to read two books a week this summer. Each week I will reflect on the books I read, how I felt reading them, and what challenges or epiphanies presented themselves.This week I read My Year of Rest and Relaxation by Ottessa Moshfegh and Being and Nothingness, Part Two by Jean-Paul Sartre. You can find previous posts at wellerbookworks.com under "Holden's Blog" or you can search on social media using the hashtag #holdenreads.

Holden Battles the Summer Doldrums, Post 11 - Being and Nothingness: Part One and The Intuitionist

Holden Battles the Summer Doldrums is a summer series of blog posts about one bookseller's lofty goal to read two books a week this summer. Each week I will reflect on the books I read, how I felt reading them, and what challenges or epiphanies presented themselves.This week I read Being and Nothingness, Part One by Jean-Paul Sartre and The Intuitionist by Colson Whitehead. You can find previous posts at wellerbookworks.com under "Holden's Blog" or you can search on social media using the hashtag #holdenreads.

Holden Battles the Summer Doldrums: Post 10 - Abahn Sabana David, The Waves, and Being and Nothingness: Introduction

Holden Battles the Summer Doldrums is a summer series of blog posts about one bookseller's lofty goal to read two (ah, but this week I read three-ish!) books a week this summer. Each week I will reflect on the books I read, how I felt reading them, and what challenges or epiphanies presented themselves.This week I read Abahn Sabana David by Marguerite Duras, The Waves by Virginia Woolf, and the introduction of Being and Nothingness by Jean-Paul Sartre. You can find previous posts at wellerbookworks.com under "Holden's Blog" or you can search on social media using the hashtag #holdenreads.

Holden Battles the Summer Doldrums: Post 9 - Another Country and Lacan (Part II)

Holden Battles the Summer Doldrums is a summer series of blog posts about one bookseller's lofty goal to read two books a week this summer. Each week I will reflect on the books I read, how I felt reading them, and what challenges or epiphanies presented themselves.This week I read Another Country by James Baldwin and Lacan: In Spite of Everything by Élisabeth Roudinesco. You can find previous posts at wellerbookworks.com under "Holden's Blog" or you can search on social media using the hashtag #holdenreads.

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