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Snapshot Megan Garber reviews a new documentary on the writer Joan Didion’s life: Didion is an essayist who is also an impressionist.
The playwright, essayist, moral philosopher, and one-time political prisoner had presided over that rare and remarkable thing: a peaceful and democratic revolution.
Before her senior management rules, Gibbs held other jobs including writer, lead writer, and essayist.
In a beautiful book titled The Unwanted Sound of Everything, the essayist Garret Keizer drew an interesting link between noise and antisocial behavior in general.
Like Montaigne — the 16th-century writer and philosopher generally considered the Babe Ruth of personal essayists — Perry knows both the acute agony of passing a kidney stone and the chronic anxiety of living in a time of conflict.
Their act brings them to the attention of a famous essayist named Melissa, and the novel chronicles what happens when the young women enter her rarefied circle, which includes her husband, Nick, a hunky B-list actor.
Baker is a novelist and essayist whose writing is also known for its obsession with minutia.
These reporters and essayists inhabited a world in which mass murder via firearm was vanishingly rare, not one beat in a recurring macabre rhythm.
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