Victoria Ludwin

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Minna Proctor’s Do You Hear What I Hear? Religious Calling, The Priesthood and My Father by Victoria Ludwin

Minna Proctor’s exquisite first book combines personal narrative with philosophical and historical inquiries into the nature of spiritual calling.

Minna Proctor’s Do You Hear What I Hear? Religious Calling, The Priesthood and My Father by Victoria Ludwin

Minna Proctor’s exquisite first book combines personal narrative with philosophical and historical inquiries into the nature of spiritual calling.

Marjane Satrapi’s Peresepolis 2: The Story of Return by Victoria Ludwin
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Marjane Satrapi’s wry and matter-of-fact memoir, Persepolis: The Story of a Childhood(Pantheon Books, 2003), was met with great acclaim throughout Europe, the United States, and the world—everywhere, that is, except her native Iran.

The Lucksmiths’s Naturaliste by Victoria Ludwin

When I heard The Lucksmiths’s second compilation CD Where Were We, I found myself developing a mild addiction to their thrummy sound: quick songs with clever lyrics that tripped to my caffeinated heartbeat.

ZZ Packer’s Drinking Coffee Elsewhere by Victoria Ludwin

The characters in ZZ Packer’s story collection Drinking Coffee Elsewhere cope with the tension between wanting to escape and yearning to be included.

Francine Prose’s The Lives of the Muses: Nine Women and the Artists They Inspired by Victoria Ludwin
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Employing intrigue and depth, Francine Prose examines both the artistic partnerships and the personal lives of nine female artistic inspirations, from Rossetti’s Elizabeth Siddel to Balanchine’s Suzanne Farrell.

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