Tag Archive: Book Review

‘One Hundred Years of Solitude’: 50 years later


  By Andrew Becker The Carolinian There are places that will change you. They can be real or imagined, a mix of the two. It may be where you’ve been, where you are,… Continue reading

Courage against tragedy in ‘The Ministry of Utmost Happiness’


By Andrew Becker The Carolinian In light of our grieving and enraged political climate plagued by constant conflict and tragedy, where protests have turned violent, and “as always, everybody (has) believed what they… Continue reading

The Line between fact and fiction: 20 years after Thomas Pynchon’s “Mason & Dixon”


By Andrew Becker The Carolinian As we trudge through the muck and sludge — the aftermath of our tempestuous history — America’s future often appears more like the undiscovered country of its past,… Continue reading