long-forgotten love

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  • Which is why, I suppose, this new year I've resolved once more to tackle Updike's memoir, to reconnect with a long-forgotten edition of Beryl Markham's "West With the Night," to complete Mark Twain's "Following the Equator," and to finish a dozen other books toppling off my nightstand.

    E-Books and Life Without Guilt

  • The first story ( "You Must Remember This ...") was deeply moving, and a fine coda for a long-forgotten team of World War II-era heroes.

    Six by 6 | Six comics that made us cry | Robot 6 @ Comic Book Resources – Covering Comic Book News and Entertainment

  • A Vida Portuguesa 11 Rua Anchieta, avidaportuguesa.com specializes in re-issues of long-forgotten but surprisingly of-the-moment toys, housewares, toiletries and food products—canned fish will suddenly seem like a sophisticated souvenir.

    Take Monday Off: Lisbon

  • In late 2008, an investment group led by two private-equity firms, Resource Capital Funds and Pegasus Capital Advisors, commodities trader Traxys Group and Goldman Sachs paid $80 million to purchase a long-forgotten unit of Chevron called Molycorp .

    Molycorp Pays Off for Buyout Believers

  • Isabel Pinto for The Wall Street Journal A Vida Portuguesa specializes in re-issues of long-forgotten but surprisingly of-the-moment toys, housewares, toiletries and food products'canned fish will suddenly seem like a sophisticated souvenir.

    Lisbon's Old World Charm

  • Adam Curtis continues to turn up long-forgotten documentaries at bbc.co.uk/blogs/adamcurtis – including a fly-on-the-dressing-room wall doc about Gene Vincent's comeback tour, and Rupert Murdoch's life in clips.

    Populist: The column that's waiting for 2011: The Boxset

  • That long-forgotten bombing was the deadliest terrorist attack in New York's history until Sept. 11, 2001, when it became a renewed subject of curiosity.

    Book review: 'The Death Instinct' by Jed Rubenfeld

  • And most pathetic was the melody of his long-forgotten Southern vernacular, as he raved of swimming-holes and coon-hunts and watermelon raids.

    THE WHITE SILENCE

  • When he realized he wasn't seeing smoke anymore, he took his face away from the window and felt himself begin to relax, a long-forgotten feeling.

    Excerpt: Strength in What Remains by Tracy Kidder

  • The work in question, The White Goddess, proposed the existence of a long-forgotten cult dedicated to a moon goddess who was the root of most pre-Christian religions -- Greek, Phoenician, Celtic, Roman, Scandinavian Hindu, even African ....

    THE INVISIBLE HAND OF THE GODS OF WRITING

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