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Book Review: The Tenant of Wildfell Hall - Anne Bronte

Anne Bronte
Release Date: April 1996
Publisher: Penguin Books

My first outing in the writing of Anne Bronte, a powerful and thought provoking tale about the injustices women faced in the time period. 451 more words

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Top Ten Books I Want to Read With My Imaginary Book Club : Top Ten Tuesday #3

Top Ten Tuesday is an extremely popular bookish meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. They come up with top ten lists that people can blog about every week… 54 more words


Clássicos Cinemark in São Paulo (and other cities)

Going to a mall to go to the movies was my thing only when I was a teenager, a time already a bit far away, when I would meet my friends and eat at Mc Donald’s. 706 more words


Reading Checklists and Recommendations

Nothing brings joy to my heart quite like book recommendations and lists. Combining both is about as good as a Tuesday gets.

I may not have any specific intentions (yet) to follow… 1,654 more words


You Can Finally Play The Greatest Video Game Ever, 'Grim Fandango'

Imagine, for a moment, that you’ve been hearing for years about Citizen Kane, the greatest movie ever made. Of course you want to see it, right? 531 more words


Brideshead Revisited by Evelyn Waugh

The description on Goodreads for this book says that this is “the most nostalgic and reflective” of Waugh’s novels. Since this is my first novel by Waugh, I have no comparison, but I agree that it is definitely nostalgic and reflective. 427 more words


Book Review: Agnes Grey by Anne Brontë

Agnes Grey
Lena’s rating: 5 of 5 stars
Published: 1847
Copy: Bought

Agnes Grey is about a young lady who takes a post as governess to help her financially struggling family. 409 more words