Mary Donnarumma SharnickMarch 05, 2012
Umberto Eco's The Prague Cemetery is a dark and cynical novel.
Mary Donnarumma SharnickJanuary 18, 2010
John Thorndikes wrenching memoir chronicles the year he cared for his Alzheimer's-afflicted father.
Mary Donnarumma SharnickFebruary 18, 2008
While Thomas Norman DeWolf 8217 s 18-chapter memoir Inheriting the Trade accomplishes an artful merging of historical explication with biography and travelogue not until Chapter 16 does the author 8217 s central thesis emerge Only then when DeWolf informs readers of his own abuse of privilege
Faith in Focus
Mary Donnarumma SharnickMay 15, 2006
Though she first introduced me to intercontinental travel, Auntie Lee does not venture very far anymore. Mostly she is pushed in her wheelchair from bed to dining room, from recreation - movies, sing-alongs, the Rosary - to her usual post across from the nursing station at Abbott Terrace, a long-ter
Mary Donnarumma SharnickAugust 29, 2005
The best-selling novelist and semiotician Umberto Eco now applies his considerable skill to the matter of identity Along the way readers too will ponder who we are and how we know who we are In The Mysterious Flame of Queen Loana An Illustrated Novel Eco rsquo s protagonist Yambo full name Gi