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29 July 2010

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I prefer Bourdain's nonfiction to his fiction. I like his TV show, too. Can't wait to read Medium Raw.

Every man's work, whether it be literature of music of pictures or architecture of anything else, is always a portrait of himself. (Samuel Brtler, Averican educator)

Bybee,
Oh, me too. There's nothing quite like Bourdain's nonfiction writing, shocking and beautiful all at once. All the same, I was pleasantly surprised by the skill with which he could tell a crime story.

Jordan,
Great quote! Seems even more a shame, then, that so many people can't find or get work that would allow them to offer portraits of themselves.

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