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Rufus F.

Rufus is a likeable curmudgeon. He has a PhD in History, sang for a decade in a punk band, and recently moved to NYC after nearly two decades in Canada. He wrote the book "The Paris Bureau" from Dio Press (2021).

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3 Responses

  1. Saul Degraw

    I am currently reading the Vanished Collection by Pauline Baer, something complicated and french that I do not feel like looking up right now. It is about the art the Nazis might or might not have stolen from her great-grandparents in WWII. Decent but nothing amazing. This is her first published work.

    I also watched the French Dispatch last week and it was light and frothyReport

    • Rufus F. in reply to Saul Degraw

      I liked the French Dispatch, but felt a little overwhelmed at points. It felt like it was tuned to maximum Wes Andersoness. I just wish he’d stop and shoot two people talking at a table for like five minutes with no dioramas or animation or visual gags. But I did enjoy it!Report

  2. Phaedrus

    “Quiero hacer contigo lo que la primavera hice a los cerezos”
    I want to do with you what the spring-time does to the cherries.


    For some, it doesn’t seem so difficult to speak of love in a manner that doesn’t encourage a fit of the giggles.

    “love, which functions best in its selfless, mystical mode.”
    A true gem.Report

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