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How Did I Do? | Bookish Goals for Summer 2016

It’s that bittersweet time of August once again: the end of summer. This weekend I move into my college dorm room to begin my sophomore year at Wheaton College (MA), and I couldn’t be more excited. 727 more words


My Top Five Classic Films

Of all the movies I have watched so far, I often find myself drawn to strong heroine types with a mind of their own. That is why I am not surprised these heroines came about when I chose my five favorite classic films. 480 more words

Film Critique

My top 10 favourite films

You can never seem to commit to a top 10 favourite list of films I find, there’s always that sneaky one you’ve forgotten about but I’m going to put mine down here as they currently stand. 761 more words

Hello lovely readers! Today I’m here with a type of blog post that’s a bit new for me – a book tag. I know that book tags are extremely popular and extremely common in the book blogging world, but I personally have never done one here on Reflections of a Reader. 1,040 more words

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Cultural history of the kiss

Japanese regarded public kissing as taboo even in the 20th century. The reproduction of The Kiss by Auguste Rodin was displayed in a small room behind a bamboo screen in Tokyo in 1924. 118 more words

How Is Music A Way of Knowing?

Music is sometimes referred to as a way of knowing. On the surface, this may seem like a strange claim. We are used to thinking of music as being expressive, or entertaining, worshipful, celebratory and certainly as fun, but to think of music as a way of knowing seems at first like almost a let down. 1,089 more words

Music Education

Rhett and the reluctant princess.

Home Ed has not run smoothly. Apparently it is disruptive to lessons for the teacher to get sick. Having recovered from my bedridden state and 23 episodes of the good wife later, we are now back at the grind stone. 431 more words

Home Ed