Monthly Archives: February 2012

  1. ‘Django Django’, by Django Django

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    February 11, 2012 by Me and My Monkeys

    The electro-synthetic chorus that introduces Django Django will make your pulse race with anticipation. It’s as if Elvis is about …
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  2. ‘Saturday’, by Ian McEwan

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    February 9, 2012 by Me and My Monkeys

    Like Enduring Love and other McEwan success stories, Saturday is founded on madmen, violence and falling aircraft. McEwan measures time in moments, and plot …
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  3. ‘Madame Bovary’, by Gustave Flaubert

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    February 9, 2012 by Me and My Monkeys

    Madame Emma Bovary doesn’t make it easy to like her, but is this novel really about her? Flaubert takes us …
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