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Why not judge a book by its cover?(This is Where I Leave You, Jonathan Tropper. Look At Me, Jennifer Egan. Levels of Life, Julian…View Post

Why not judge a book by its cover?

(This is Where I Leave You, Jonathan Tropper. Look At Me, Jennifer Egan. Levels of Life, Julian…

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Paper Round: 11th June, 2013.

ImageFor those of you who are new or have forgotten (it’s been a while!), the Paper Round is a weekly collection of the best book news and reviews covered in the weekend papers, including the Sydney Morning HeraldSun-Herald, Guardian, L.A.Times and the New…

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Tuesday Morning Paper Round: 11th June, 2013.For those of you who are new or have forgotten (it’s been a while!), the Paper Round is a weekly…View Post

Tuesday Morning Paper Round: 11th June, 2013.

For those of you who are new or have forgotten (it’s been a while!), the Paper Round is a weekly…

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Lazy daysIn between cups of tea and slices of apple and rhubarb cake (find the recipe here), I’ve been…View Post

Lazy days

In between cups of tea and slices of apple and rhubarb cake (find the recipe here), I’ve been…

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Mutt feat. lights

Mutt feat. lights

Postcards #room #house #cleaning #sundayfunday

Postcards #room #house #cleaning #sundayfunday

Harby B #nofilter #vividsydney

Harby B #nofilter #vividsydney

#thekooks @newl (at Enmore Theatre)

#thekooks @newl (at Enmore Theatre)

Winner: craziest dog of the year 2013

Winner: craziest dog of the year 2013

Monday Morning Paper Round: 29th April 2013

Morning book gang,

Today’s paper round is a bit of an extravaganza bumper deluxe edition with lots of wonderful book news and reviews from the weekend newspapers as well as a list of wonderful books you should read right now. I’ve also snuck a few…

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12 months ago
Wearing a hijab isn’t inherently liberating – but neither is baring one’s breasts. What is liberating is being able to choose either of these things. It’s pretty ludicrous to think that oppression is somehow proportional to how covered or uncovered someone’s body is. Both sides of this argument present a shallow understanding of women’s empowerment, which only drowns out the substantive challenges facing all women – issues that cannot be encapsulated in a debate about a piece of fabric.
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Sara Yasin, Is the Hijab Worth Fighting Over?

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To the left, to the left
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