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BLOGWORDS - Wednesday 20 September 2017 – REM GUEST POST at READING IS MY SUPERPOWER - THE FICTIONAL TOWN of SAISONS

BLOGWORDS – Wednesday  20 September 2017 – REM GUEST POST at READING IS MY SUPERPOWER – THE FICTIONAL TOWN of SAISONS

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Day 14. #30daybloggingchallenge

Post your favourite movies that you never get tired of watching.

I am more of a book person, but that doesn’t mean I don’t enjoy a good movie. 350 more words

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Is Historical Perspective Gone with the Wind?

When a friend of mine was halfway through her English Ph.D. program at Berkeley, she told me she could no longer read Shakespeare because he was “too sexist.” 943 more words

Gone With the Wind - A Reading Journal, Part V

**Spoilers, obviously. This is the last part in Gone With the Wind by Margaret Mitchell**

It has been really hard for me to sit down and finally write something about this book since I finished it. 135 more words

Fiction

Discussion post: 5 books you should totally read this Autumn...

Given we’re approaching my favourite season, I decided it was time for an Autumn themed post. And given there’s nothing more enjoyable than escaping the fall drizzle by snuggling up with a good book and some warm tea, I figured that post should feature some Autumn-themed books. 534 more words

Books

Classics Review: Gone With The Wind

Fellow movie goers from around the globe. Thank you for supporting my website. Today’s article is a special one for my 100th post. A Four Hour Long Epic Film called Gone With The Wind which came out in 1939, the same year as The Wizard Of Oz. 723 more words

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Clark Gable: a Guide for Beginners

Clark Gable is my number one favorite actor, and this is definitely out of question. I’m one of those guys who go crazy every time they read the AFI’s 100 Stars list and notice he’s only the seventh among the males. 753 more words

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