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Friday, October 17, 2008

Minnesota Public Radio Stories

  • BookshelfGood books for tough times
    When the news is bad, sometimes all you need is a good book to make it go away. Midmorning looks at literature that takes you to another place.9:06 a.m.
    Ron Charles: Senior editor of the Washington Post Book World.
    John Freeman: Freelance book critic and past president of the National Book Critics Circle.
  • Kathleen NorrisKathleen Norris investigates noonday demon
    There's a spiritual relative of depression that few understand or have explored. Writer Kathleen Norris talks about how the condition, known as acedia, has intersected with her life, and why the monastic life may hold the key to understanding the condition.10:06 a.m.
    Kathleen Norris: Author of "A Marriage, Monks, and A Writer's Life: Acedia & me."

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