Review by Levi Foster Rizzoli Hardcover, 408 Pages November 2009 Umberto Eco is terrifyingly erudite, as anyone who has read his novels will attest: the extravagant wealth of information in his novels, on medieval scholarship, or the Kabbalah, or any of a dozen other subjects, is staggering. And anyone who has read, for example, the … Continue reading Book Review: Umberto Eco’s “The Infinity of Lists”
Our Winter issue is available for download here and will be coming from the printer shortly. Pick up a copy anywhere on campus or around Hyde Park. Enjoy!
I sent my guinea pigs ahead of me with the friend of a friend. He was going to Portland and came to pick them up on Friday afternoon in a corroded green station wagon that was missing a fender. There was barely enough room in the trunk, on account of the mountains of old books, … Continue reading Fiction: “May the Road Rise Up to Meet You”