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The Heart of the Matter by Graham Greene

You know that man child we all know? The one who only dates women half his weight so he “feels like a man” around them? The one who thinks women are bitches because he only ever pays attention to painfully insecure women? 171 more words

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A River Runs Through It

Dear Jeannie,

Hai…so this review is like two weeks overdue…oops? My only excuse is that school has got me shook and I am just trying to survive my never-ending p-sets and exams :))))). 566 more words

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The Jungle Book: Anthropomorphism At Its Best

By Michael Staudt

Rudyard Kipling wrote many fabulous novels throughout his career, yet this masterpiece is one of his finest. The novel The Jungle Book was published in 1894. 195 more words

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1984: The Ultimate Dystopian Novel

By Michael Staudt

The novel 1984 was written by George Orwell and published on July 8, 1949. The main characters in the novel thrive in a country called Oceania. 196 more words

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Rereading Austen: Northanger Abbey

Where do you start with Northanger Abbey? It’s an odd duck in Jane Austen’s books because it was her first novel she wrote, however she had a long time of editing and rewriting before it was published posthumously in 1815. 951 more words

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8 month catch-up with 7 book recommendations

Wrapping up the past 8 months of reading by sharing my 7 favorite books — including a play, 2 audio books, 1 Australian author, and a small rant about women in sports. 46 more words

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“To Leave You”: Leaving Behind my Biases in Jane Eyre

I’m not one to reread books that often. Especially classic literature, which becomes part of this weird mental checklist that I try to get through to feel “cultured.” Maybe I’m a bad English major in this regard, but when I’ve read a book for class, I have to really truly love it to then read it again for fun. 720 more words