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On a sadly neglected epic

I was reminded by a magazine article I read a couple of days ago that next month marks the 350th anniversary of the publication of John Milton‘s epic, Paradise Lost. 673 more words


2017 Book Haul #2

I know what you’re thinking, am I really hauling another lot of books so soon after my first book haul of the year? Yes, in short. 2,238 more words


O Pó e a Rebelião.

Ao nosso redor, acima e dos lados, nos cantos do espaço, há o Pó e ele nos abraça como uma mãe abraça um filho perdido.

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A Song & A Book #16

Today’s Song Is;

I’ll escape if I try hard enough,
‘Til King of the Jungle calls my bluff
Oh Lord (Oh Lord)
I have been told (I have been told)
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A Song & A Book

Book review: Northern Lights - Philip Pullman

“Without this child, we shall all die.” Lyra Belacqua and her animal daemon live half-wild and carefree among scholars of Jordan College, Oxford. The destiny that awaits her will take her to the frozen lands of the Arctic, where witch-clans reign and ice-bears fight. 943 more words


A Review: Clockwork by Philip Pullman

Clockwork is an eerily enjoyable tale that follows a series of events in and around a small German town. The themes of clocks and time are what drive the story and the events that follow, with the warning that once a story is wound up, it can not be stopped. 462 more words


Fictional, factual, feminist!

Last week I posted two days late for World Book Day, this week two days late for International Women’s Day. So what? Every day should be international women’s day, until the ridiculous imbalance between two types of human being is resolved. 1,034 more words

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