Miraculous Zadie Smith. She manages to find beauty everywhere, to elevate the seemingly mundane to the sublime in this funny, touching story.
An homage to Howard’s End, this is the story of two families: the Kipps’s and the Belseys. 204 more words
As Malcolm Bradbury put it in the first line of The History Man: “Now it is autumn again; the people are all coming back,” yet the beginning of the school year simply doesn’t feel right without the murmur of the rain, wet boots and coats, warm sweaters, and red-gilded trees. 686 more words
I’m apologizing before we’ve even started: I’m nervous. I’m tense. I’m sweating like crazy thanks to another California heat wave that just had to strike… 1,753 more words
So, your favourite piece of book blogging trash has returned! Following the elation, emotional rescue service and existential crisis of results day (no, I wasn’t expecting to write midnight essays on education either), I once again have the energy to 373 more words