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A Tale of Two Cities is a novel written by Charles Dickens and is set in the times of French Revolution (18th century). The two cities in the title refer to Paris and London. 21 more words

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The stories that connect us...

I’ve been rereading Elizabeth Goudge’s Herb of Grace, and one of the reasons I like it is because of the connection between the generations. The grandmother shares her wisdom, and she has collected that wisdom for the sake of her children and grandchildren, and they in turn respect or are aggravated by her, learning who they are in relation to her and in the process, in relation to the world. 586 more words


Hello everyone ! It’s time for another This Week In Books ! It’s a weekly meme hosted by Lipsyy Lost & Found !

You probably noticed that lately I haven’t been posting these every week … Well, it’s because I’m reading less since October. 116 more words


A Tale of Two Cities

Lights up.

We are in a flat. It is not a particularly remarkable setting. One might imagine a sofa, a desk and a bed strewn around the room. 2,126 more words

A Tale Of Two Cities

I have always wanted to read this book. I actually have it on my shelf.. yet every time I reach for a new book.. it gets passed over. 156 more words


International Random Acts of Kindness Day


Februrary 17th, 2017. Mark the date and be on your guard. Today is the day ‘gestures of kindness’ will be performed in our unsuspecting communities: International Random Acts of Kindness Day is here. 620 more words

Two Cities, One Gospel: Christ and Revolution

“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times….” This unforgettable phrase opens Dickens’s novel A Tale of Two Cities. Set in England and Paris, … 612 more words