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Meno's book is an honest look at the isolation of being a creative person in your 20s living in a city.3 Must-Read Offbeat Novels: ‘A Million Heavens,’ ‘The Investigation,’ ‘Office Girl’|Drew Toal, Kevin Canfield, Daniel Roberts|July 6, 2012|DAILY BEAST
“Honestly, just sharing the stage with those two was a high point in my career,” Meno, winningly, told The New York Times.
Meno starts well, introducing the compellingly odd Casper family.
On the acknowledgments page, Meno wrote: “You suck it: Judith Regan.”
In the Phaedrus, as well as in the Meno, it is this former rather than a future life on which Plato is disposed to dwell.
Meanwhile I will return to you, Meno; for I suppose that there are gentlemen in your region too?
The place of the Meno in the series is doubtfully indicated by internal evidence.
"The ass ought to be bled in the belly, if it has the colic," said compare Meno.Under the Shadow of Etna|Giovanni Verga
At the close of the last movement of the quartet there occurred a meno vivace, which seemed to me to weaken the general effect.The Life of Ludwig van Beethoven, Volume III (of 3)|Alexander Wheelock Thayer