Top 5 Wednesday - Books with Hard Topics

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This week’s Top 5 Wednesday: Books with Hard Topics… 551 more words


One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest

TL;DR Synopsis

A big readheaded guy is admitted to an asylum and becomes the head nurse’s worst nightmare.

TL;DR Review

Pretty good. But I identified with the antagonist far more than the protagonists. 537 more words


One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest By Ken Kesey

Please be aware that reflections may contain spoilers!

My Rating: 5/5

Favorite Quote: “Man, when you lose your laugh, you lose your footing.” R.P. McMurphy, chapter 5… 933 more words

The Shame List

For someone known by friends for being a film enthusiast, I have a lot of embarrassing gaps in my viewing history. These are films that score highly on… 190 more words

Blade Runner

Describe the expectations that Walter and Ruth have of each other. Beneatha and Asagai, Beneatha and George: What are the tensions created between these characters? Walter Lee and Lena: In what ways does Lena (Mama) emasculate Walter?


Walter and Ruth. Walter expects Ruth to support him unconditionally, this is demonstrated in the dialogue between the two. Walter complains black women, like Ruth, “don’t understand about building their men up and making ‘em feel like they somebody” (34). 270 more words

One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest

Hero's hands

“You the hero in here” I said,
as a newly boarded passenger opened up the windows
on the late afternoon bus into the county.

An early April day felt like early May… 162 more words


Insanely Funny(ish)

There is this theory. This theory states that Andi is an adult with responsibilities who should be able to balance her time accordingly.

*insert maniacal laughter here* 1,430 more words