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She discusses the origin of Facebook. Within the fields of the arts, she presents book reviews she wrote for Harper's and musings on film, dance, music and television (She's a big fan of Key & Peele).The joy of this collection is Smith's straightforward phrasing, often summing up her thesis with a single thoughtful sentence.With rare exception (I'm not enamored of reviews of books I don't intend to read), Smith's essays left me feeling free to ponder her thoughts and her concerns, her passions and her cares.Zadie Smith's "Feel Free: Essays" is published by Penguin.
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