Intriguing insight into life and discrimination after ‘The Great Depression’.
There aren’t many books named after poems. Personally I can only think of two, one by Christie, and one by John Steinbeck, whose work… 594 more words
Summertime is humming along at full tilt, and if you’re anything like us, you can hear the open road beckoning in the July breeze. That’s right, ’tis the season for the great American road trip, and luckily it’s never been easier to blend your warm-weather wanderlust and year-round bibliomania into one amazing August adventure. 146 more words
So as a request from my husband my #tbt for this week is going to be Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck. I read this book in high school in the 11th grade. 252 more words
Ahh Of Mice and Men... Definitely an underrated book, I agree. I studied this back in secondary school and loved the movie too. It's a book that will leave an imprint on your life forever. Or it did mine anyway. I always shed a tear (several times throughout ) whenever reading or watching it. Oh the feels! Poor Lennie was, at heart, a gentle giant who was misunderstood but sadly didn't know his own strength (physically). *sniffs and wipes away a tear* A worthy read for sure. And I never knew it was on the banned book list untill I saw Jordan's post! Wow!