This person (clearly of taste) happens to be a tall, handsome man.As you stare he looks up, catches your eye and smiles – he asks for your number... but the manner in which the story teller recounts the story, serves to date the writing of the surviving text; after solomon.c. "now children, shaul's army consisted of 200,000 soldiers and 10,000 additional soldiers from yahuda;"ii. the historical events and chronology read just as you believe it to read.b.The book review website The Omnivore has launched a dating site for literature lovers in London.Two rare books, which were among the dozens of texts stolen in a sensational 2004 heist, have been recovered and returned to the National Library of Sweden.Each person will be given a number which they will use as identification.When matches are made, names and contact information will be given out later after the event.
Participants will meet potential dates and friends anonymously."By what book ye bring, ye shall be judged" could be the motto of literary speed-dating.“Vehemence of feeling nonplusses the modern personality, a hostage to ambiguity and irony.” At the Boston Review, Calvin Bedient on the absence of “affect” in contemporary conceptual poetry.It's run of the mill speed-dating made intellectual – more Granta than Hello! The idea has already taken off across America and Canada, with speed-dating events held at such cultish venues as the Rare Book Room in New York's famous Strand bookstore (which holds an immensely popular literary speed-date every Valentine's Day).Inexplicably, though, literary speed-dating has yet to become commonplace here.