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Daisy Buchanan - How to Be a Grown-Up

Daisy Buchanan’s How to Be a Grown-Up was written for me. And you. And your sister. Best friend Part memoir, a self help guide, some cathartic exploration and life audit, it’s essential reading for modern ladies. 240 more words

Thoughts

Teenage Wildlife: The Great Gatsby, Karl Ove Knausgaard and Extinguishing The Void

“For who brooded over the meaninglessness of life anymore? Teenagers? They were the only ones who were preoccupied with existential issues, and as a result there was something puerile and immature about them, and hence it was doubly impossible for adults with their sense of propriety intact to deal with them. 679 more words

Social Contrary

Visual Story Telling

The name Daisy Productions was influenced by the fictional book and film, The Great Gatsby. I wanted to pick a name that represented closely to “The Great Gatsby,” however, I didn’t want to name the page after Jay Gatsby but something that relates close enough. 83 more words

Escape: Owning Your Truth

There are only 2 weeks remaining in our formal Escape the City Tribe School process – our last official night together is Tuesday 25th April 2017. 595 more words

Siobhan Kangataran

The terrifying art of self-belief

Last night I went to an event in London. I finished work, drove to the train station and jumped on a train, spent just over two hours in the capital and then came straight home again. 1,673 more words

General

Chapter 7: Gatsby POV

My interpretation of Gatsby’s perspective during the (unwritten) time he and Daisy were in the car driving from the hotel, but before Myrtle’s death.

A hushed twilight. 396 more words

Writings

How to be a Grown Up by Daisy Buchanan

I’ll start out by saying that How to be a Grown Up isn’t the sort of thing I’d normally read – I’m just not really into this kind of book, and so it was with a little trepidation that I started reading this.  615 more words

Book Reviews