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Mark Twain on Zombies - Part 2

And so, as the American West Continued to Be Zombed throughout the late 1800s, Samuel Langhorne Clemens, better known to readers by his pen name, Mark Twain, refused to be deterred from embracing his life long love affair with the written word. 682 more words

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Songs For Every Book: Anna Karenina

Unfortunately, infidelity is not a new thing.

From the point of view of Darya (Dolly) Alexandrovna Oblonsky

“It’s not right, but it’s okay
I’m gonna make it anyway.

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Les Miserables(Book Review)

Les Miserables

I have been posting quotes from this book for a while now. I have successfully completed the whole novel. So it is only fair that I write a review. 759 more words

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The Book Sacrifice Tag.

Well, it’s the first day of my fortnight off from work… so OBVIOUSLY I’ve woken up really ill. What shall I do to cheer myself up? 791 more words

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Book Review: The Mysterious Affair at Styles

Title: The Mysterious Affair at Styles
Author: Agatha Christie
Genre: Crime Fiction
My Rating: ★★★★★
In true Agatha fashion, the story is told in the first person, but by whom? 374 more words

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Great Expectations

Feb-March (2014)

‘Great Expectations’

Charles Dickens

I think I know why it’s called a ‘great’ book, a classic – and I quite agree. It’s because even though it’s filled with human suffering and failure and struggle, the propensity for for toiling-on and supremacy of hard work and a kind heart – a.k.a. 92 more words

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Wuthering Heights

Feb (2014)

‘Wuthering Heights’

Emily Brontë

Cathy & Heathcliff deserved one another – they’re both equally wild and monstrous shits as each other. Not a single decent person (at least not anyone you’d be truly grateful to know) in the whole book. 81 more words

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