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IDENTITY - Who Are We Anyway?

There are so many things that come to mind when I think of heritage and lineage. I’m a deep lover of all things that involve British accents and the 1800s to early 1900s. 773 more words


Jane Austin-Morris: No Nonsense 19th Century Relationship Counsellor

Dear Miss Austin-Morris

Pray allow me to introduce myself and to beg your counsel in a matter of the heart which I have found greatly troubling of late. 423 more words


"Vanity of Person": Looking our Best is... Complicated

“Vanity was the beginning and end of Sir Walter Elliot’s character; vanity of person and of situation.  He had been remarkably handsome in his youth; and, at fifty-four, was still a very fine man.   647 more words

Traveling Solo, Alone in the Woods

There are two kinds of people, those who can travel alone and those who can’t. I’m one of the ones who can’t.

That’s why Easter break was such a challenge for me. 1,455 more words


Fresh Eyes

Without ever really meaning to, I started an Easter reading tradition.  Each year I am drawn to re-read a beloved book from my past.  (Confession:  it’s usually… 265 more words

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Sortes Austen

Sometimes it feels at a dead end, and then you have to ask for advice from the person that you appreciate a lot. Let Jane Austen offer wisdom and solace. 261 more words


Homework: Bibliography Questions

1. Who is the editor of School Library Journal?

The Editorial Director of School Library Journal is Rebecca T. Miller. I found this by going to slj.com and when I didn’t see a masthead on the About Us page, I looked for a column since many periodicals have a column by the editor and this is no exception. 720 more words

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