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the road review

As a tag, The Road review most likely refers to reviews of Cormac McCarthy's 2006 book, The Road.

It is a popular tag because the book won the Pulitzer Prize for fiction and was a finalist for the National Book Critics Circle Award for fiction. The Road, a tale of a father and son in a post-apocalypse America, not only made numerous "best of the year" lists but also was selected for Oprah's Book Club.

The Road review might also be related to reviews of Jack Kerouac's classic "beat" novel, On The Road.

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After 30 years of practicing law to provide shelter for his family, books and dogs. Tim Gebhart is now perfecting the art of doing little more than reading, writing and sleeping.

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Fête Galante: The Anatomy of Melancholy with soprano Sherezade Panthaki and the Four Nations Ensemble with illustrated talks by Tav Holmes at the Italian Academy in New York on May 17, 2018. (COPYRIGHT: Benjamin Chasteen for ASPECT Foundation for Music & Arts)

Concert Review: Four Nations Ensemble and Sherezade Panthaki – ‘Fête Galante’ (NYC, 17 May 2018)

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