Our critic Juan Vidal says there are three books he makes time every year to re-read: A Moveable Feast, Ernest Hemingway’s account of 1920s Paris, Annie Dillard’s 1975 stream-of-consciousness ramble Holy the Firm, and 

Julio Cortázar’s Save Twilight: Selected Poems.

I try to get around to 1984 at least once every couple of years; it keeps revealing new details to me. How about you?

– Petra