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Dracula and Horror

As some of you delightful readers may know, I spent this past semester studying abroad in Europe. I spent the first ten weeks in Italy, specifically in Florence. 980 more words


Love of Reading

So someone on that ever venerable website, Quora.com, asked me, and presumably others, “How do I become more observant?”

You know. As if people couldn’t figure that out by… … 882 more words

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Pride and Prejudice Book Review

‘Tis the season for vacations, and I am no exception to that rule. I just got home from vacation yesterday and I am still getting over jet lag, but I am so glad to be back(my bookshelf AND baking supplies are at home!). 797 more words

Classical Literature

Classical Literature

So, at present I’m still struggling along with Neil Gaiman’s American Gods (which, I have to add, is going on forever) but, thanks to a wonderful part of the internet known as Booktube, I’ve found a whole host of new bookishly-minded folk to increase my reading variety. 259 more words

Are the classics really “the noblest recorded thoughts of man”? (Walden 66)

“Men sometimes speak as if the study of the classics would at length make way for more modern and practical studies; but the adventurous student will always study classics, in whatever language they may be written and however ancient they may be. 260 more words


Frankenstein by Mary Shelley

Published in: 1818
Pages: 352
Edition read: E-Book

The story of one man’s ambition to create life, and how he lives with the terrible consequences of this passion and madness. 557 more words


Grimm's Fairy Tales by Jacob Grimm & Wilhelm Grimm

Published in: 1812
Pages: 132
Edition: E-Book


For almost two centuries, the stories of magic and myth gathered by the Brothers Grimm have been part of the way children—and adults—learn about the vagaries of the real world. 577 more words

Classical Literature