Review of “Little Fires Everywhere”

This week I focused on reading a modern classic. This book “Little Fires Everywhere” is the second novel written by Celeste Ng. Ng’s debut novel is titled, “Everything I Never Told You”, and is also considered a modern classic. What is a modern classic? A modern classic is a book written after World War II…

A Look At “Girl, Interrupted”

There’s a lot to unpackage when we’re talking about the movie adaptation of “Girl, Interrupted”. There’s a lot to love and a lot to hate for this movie, and that list has just grown as this movie has aged into the classic turn of the millennia movie that it is. So that’s what I’m going…

Review of “Tender is the Flesh”

This book was never intended to grace the premise that is my Kindle library. Not this on early in our relationship, anyways. Typically, it takes a while for me to warm up to a novel so quickly; especially when I’ve seen “Tender is the Flesh” by Agustina Bazterrica talked about across the internet. I’ve relied…

How to Tackle Classic Literature

You want to be culturally literate. You want to know all of the witty banter to say when the mood strikes, and you want to know what your strange Cousin Hilda is talking about when she starts to quote Shakespeare at the Christmas dinner table. For whatever reason, you want to read the classics. As…

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