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De banca em banca - 3

Hoje, para variar, vamos esquecer Rider Haggard ou Johnston McCulley e expor na nossa montra outros livros, em edições raras, esperando que o nosso gato não fique aborrecido por trocarmos o género de aventuras — que tanto lhe parece agradar — por outro mais dirigido, neste caso, ao público feminino. 441 more words
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BOOK REVIEW: The Mysterious Key and What It Opened by Louisa May Alcott

Louisa May Alcott’s The Mysterious Key and What It Opened, a lesser-known work by the Little Women author, is a tale of family secrets and romance. 373 more words

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Some Projects I Am Doing Involving Theatre, Reading and Les Mis

What’s sideways people? I decided I’d mix things up from just using ‘Sup’ all the time.

Today is the 15th April and I haven’t blogged in a very long time so apologies, in a sense, about that. 958 more words

A Long Fatal Love Chase by Louisa May Alcott

My Louisa May Alcott reading project started years ago when I had one of those 101 things in 1001 days lists. I can’t even remember my day zero login so I don’t know what else I didn’t finish in 1001 days. 736 more words


Scene on Three (81) : Special to Bebi's Family

Selamat ulang tahun yang keempat, Bebi!

Di edisi ulang tahun Bebi hari ini, saya mau ambil scene yang ceria, dan (sebisa mungkin) bisa dihubung-hubungkan, hehe. Ini dia, masih dari buku Little Women by Louisa May Alcott. 353 more words

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The March Sisters: The Best Fictional Siblings Around

It’s National Siblings Day!

In the moments when I haven’t been posting embarrassing adorable pictures of my brother (and myself, fair’s fair) on Facebook, I’ve been thinking a lot about the best siblings in literature.

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Classics Club: Little Women

  • Author: Louisa May Alcott

I purchased this book.

The first time I read Little Women, I was just a child.  Over the years, I forgot most of the story, but there were a few distinct scenes that have always stayed with me.   375 more words