What I Read When I Was Radioactive
The cruel logic of cancer therapy is that what kills the malignant could also kill the benign.
War and PeaceThe Twilight ZoneA nuclear war isn’t an opportunity to get more reading done, and neither is a pandemic—even if you’re not sick.
In Search of Lost Time
Being and Time
Being and Timeis
But the state-of-mind which can hold open the utter and constant threat to itself arising from Dasein’s ownmost individualized Being, is anxietyface to face
Natalie Adler is a writer and teacher living in New York. She is working on a novel.
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