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The Gorgias, A Dialogue of War and Battle

The Gorgias, a dialogue of “war and battle” has been called the natural introduction to the Republic. Why is this the case?

The… 1,864 more words

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Umbrella in the Snow and Half and Half Coat

I am still not sure actually whether this is a “half and half” beige and blush pink manteau or whether the beige part is a jacket and the manteau is just blush pink…regardless, the coat is aswesome, especially worn with fuzzy and warm Ugg-like boots, faded black jeans, and a paisley-print scarf tied low. 35 more words


Classics I Vowed to Read But Probably Won't...

I think a lot of us have a list of classic novels that we plan on reading… at some point. I’ve been telling myself I’m going to to make more of an effort to read more classics and then I never actually do. 404 more words

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Alias Grace

Get ready for a show that will torment your mind in the best possible way. Based on Margaret Atwood’s 1996 novel, Alias Grace, the Netflix original is excellent entertainment.   878 more words


The Time Machine Book Review

I don’t really read a lot of classic fiction written in the 19th to the early 20th century since I usually find those to be boring. 455 more words


Guest Post // Unusual Classics – The Weird, The Wacky, The Wonderful

I’m so excited to host Orang-utan Librarian today!!

Orangutan (as I like to call her) is a writer and book reviewer who loves classics and adult fantasy plus anything else that takes her fancy (I often find books I wouldn’t normally read but end up wanting to read through her)! 1,526 more words


Review: A Wrinkle In Time

Title: A Wrinkle In Time
Author: Madeleine L’Engle
Published: 1962
Page Count: 232
Rating: 3/5

Meg Murry is not comfortable in her skin. She wants to fit in at school but with rumors going around that her father abandoned her family, Meg is having a hard time. 356 more words