May Books 2020

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++Some Books I Read in May++
0:30 - The Argonauts by Maggie Nelson (2015) []

7:25 - Year of Yes by Shonda Rhimes (2016) []

11:30 - The End of October by Lawrence Wright (2020) [1/5]

16:23 - They Told Us To Move: Dakota—Cassia (2019)

++Quotes Mentioned++
“Before we met, I had spent a lifetime devoted to Wittgenstein’s idea that the inexpressible is contained—inexpressibly!—in the expressed.” - The Argonauts

“Once we name something, you said, we can never see it the same way again. All that is unnameable falls away, gets lost, is murdered. You called this the cookie-cutter function of our minds.” - The Argonauts

“What exactly is lost to us when words are wasted? Can it be that words comprise one of the few economies left on earth in which plenitude—surfeit, even—comes at no cost?” - The Argonauts

“They seemed to make a fetish of the unsaid, rather than simply letting it be contained in the sayable.” - The Argonauts

++Reviews Mentioned++
Vox Review about The End of October by Constance Grady
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