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1949 A Novel of the Irish Free State Review
1949 is the third book in Morgan Llywelyn’s Historical Fiction series around Ireland’s struggle for independence. It is not necessary to read 1916
A Girl Like Che Guevara Review
In Havana, Cuba during 1982 high school students were required to put in time in the Tobacco fields as part of their learning and as service to the communist regime. A Girl Like Che Guevara follows the life of Lourdes Torres
A Girl´s Guide to Modern European Philosophy
The book is divided into three philosophies the first Friedrich Nietzsche (Human, All Too Human), the second is Martin Heidegger (Being and Time) and it closes with Soren Kierkegaard, (Fear and Trembling). Susannah uses what she learns from each of these philosophers
It´s time to let go of James Frey. Yes, he did a bad thing. "Bad Frey, Bad!" It will leave a mark on the literary scene for years to come (or will it?). I´m not going to rehash the facts of his untruths
Getting Over It Review
Cosmopolitan compared it to Bridget Jones but this book is really about loss. It isn´t about the laughs and it isn´t about finding someone to spend the rest of your
Girls In Trouble Review
Sixteen year old Sara comes from a middle class family. Her father, Jack, is a successful accountant and her mother, Abby, is a dental hygienist. Sara dreams of being a psychiatrist. She´s a braniac at school and her proud parents are
Alan Kaufman did time in the Israel Defence Forces, giving him the experience necessary to draw on for this glimpse into a soldier´s life. The title, Matches, is a nickname the officers gave the soldiers, "one-strike flames that burned up and died."
On Beauty Review
What could be more beautiful than a family? Why, the debacles of two of course! Awarded the Orange Prize for Fiction, On Beauty follows the Belsey and the Kipps families through 443 pages of shenanigans only family can forgive.
Season of Betrayal Review
Narrated by Larissa "Lara" McCauley looking back twenty years earlier to 1983 where she focuses on the year she spent in Beirut with her husband Mac, an American journalist. According to Lara, Mac was everything she had; her parents having died when she and
Studies in American Indian Literatures from Project Muse [offsite link]
Studies in American Indian Literatures is a journal which contains articles pertaining to Native American literature and often includes works from the authors.
Sula - A Review
A review of Toni Morrison´s second novel, Sula, an adventurous yet complex young girl living in a town called Bottom with her equally complex family. Her complexities follow her to adulthood as she goes through life´s rocky journey and impacts the lives of every individual in her community.
Sula - A Review
A review of Toni Morrison's second novel, Sula, an adventurous yet complex young girl living in a town called Bottom with her equally complex family. Her complexities follow her to adulthood as she goes through life's rocky journey and impacts the lives of every individual in her community.
The Bell Jar Review
Who was Sylvia Plath? Which of her works have we read? This article reviews Plath's first novel The Bell Jar, noting its brilliance and the acute parallelism that it holds with the author's real life.
The Da Vinci Code Book Review
The Da Vinci Code opens in Paris at Louvre Museum where renowned curator Jacques Sauniere runs through his museum trying to get away from Silas, an albino monk with a mission. Jacque´s escape is unsuccessful and he ends up
The Last Storyteller Review
Taite Abbot is pregnant. Her long time boyfriend, Sam Wellington, has accepted a medical fellowship at the Institute of Neurological Research in Boston. Taite embarrassed by her upbringing, dreadlocks, tattoos and piercings has decided she isn´t the appropriate
The Mercy of Thin Air Review
Amy Richmond and Scott Duncan buy an antique bookcase for their home in Baton Rouge from the Washington´s; along with it comes a little book on "Family Limitations" and the ghost of Raziela Nolan or Razi as she was known to her
White Oleander Review
Throughout this novel the words sing a poetic duet with the reader and, from her opening description, I was humming along.
Yellow Woman in Silko´s Storyteller
The role of mythological figure Yellow Woman in two stories from Leslie Marmon Silko´s book Storyteller
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