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Into the Forest (Jean Hegland)

Into the Forest is a novel by Jean Hegland.
Finished on 17.6.2015

Nell and Eva grow up with their parents just outside of a small town in the Redwood Forest. 402 more words


Toronto Film Festival to Debut Ethan Hawke's 'Born to Be Blue,' Ellen Page's 'Into the Forest'

Robert Budreau’s “Born to Be Blue,” starring Ethan Hawke, and Patricia Rozema’s “Into the Forest,” with Ellen Page and Evan Rachel Wood, were among more than 20 Canadian features added to the 2015 Toronto International Film Festival lineup on Wednesday. 706 more words


First Impressions: Into the Forest by Jean Hegland

These are my first impressions after reading Into the Forest (Jean Hegland; 1996) in September 2012. I will be discussing Into the Forest in future essays. 361 more words


The sovereign individual

“The individual is free once he has accepted that he is indeed the worker. To distinguish the ground for the new man, he makes a distinction between two types of individual. 677 more words


The Midnight Adventures of the Wandering Vaula: Chapter 2

Chapter 2: Leaving the Path

The walk to the forest took her exactly three streets and a half. In the second street, she had to pass the gluten-free bakery run by Sophia and Jake, whom she had befriended by nibbling from their muffins at the sole table in the little shop and simultaneously chatting about random topics such as the weather and the potholes in the street. 1,558 more words

Creative Writing

Into the Forest by Anthony Browne

Anthony Browne toys with our knowledge of the fairy-tales to create suspense with each turn of the page, black and white images of the familiar characters make them seem lost and haunted in their own narrative. 55 more words

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