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Book Review: The Perks of Being A Wallflower

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Chbosky, Stephen. The Perks of Being a Wallflower. MTV Books, February 1999.
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Epistolary Novels - Why I Love Them

I’ve just finished reading Where’d You Go, Bernadette by Maria Semple. I was drawn to this because it’s an epistolary novel – I know you know what that means, but just in case you don’t it’s a novel made up of fictional documents, such as letters, diary excerpts, emails, news clippings, that kind of thing. 812 more words


Recommended Reading: Augustus, by John Williams

“For Octavius Caesar is Rome; and that, perhaps, is the tragedy of his life.”

John Williams’s Augustus* is relentlessly brilliant. It is one of the best books I have ever read. 781 more words

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Wanderlusty Wednesday

I’m having one of those days (weeks, actually) where all I want to do is crawl inside a book and live there. Or just go to some remote, beautiful location and read good books and drink cocktails all day. 122 more words


Reading List for Human Rights and the Novel in History

The tentative topic for my senior paper is how the development of the novel as a form in the 1700s helped influence the development of empathy and human rights. 531 more words


The Perks of Being a Wallflower

Book: The Perks of Being a Wallflower

Author: Stephen Chbosky

Pages: 224 (Paperback)

Genre: Young Adult / Epistolary Novel

Age Recommendation: 15+

Published: 02/02/2009

Publisher: Pocket Books… 361 more words