Update on Dorian Gray and a Question

I just finished The Picture of Dorian Gray last night and as promised, a review is in the works. In the meantime, I have a question for you. In Oscar Wilde’s preface to the novel, he states: There is no such thing as a moral or an immoral book. Books are well written or badlyContinue reading “Update on Dorian Gray and a Question”

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Three Days, Three Quotes: Day 2

Thanks again to Hermina for nominating me for this challenge! The rules: Post one quote a day for three days Nominate three other bloggers to participate per post. Thank the blogger(s) who nominated you. Today, we have a quote from one of those wonderful Paris Review interviews, one conducted in 1998 with Martin Amis. I’m not terriblyContinue reading “Three Days, Three Quotes: Day 2”

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Bookish Links — July 2014

Hi peoples. Let’s see what kind of nerdy delight I was able to scrounge up this month. FINALLY! Symbolism in novels explained by the authors themselves! For all of you Middle Earthlings, here’s a recording of J. R. R. Tolkien reading a chapter from The Hobbit (and yes, he read Gollum’s lines in Gollum’s voice).Continue reading “Bookish Links — July 2014”

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What’s the Point of Art?

All my life, I’ve been attracted to artistic things. I’ve taken dance lessons for years, I love classic movies, and obviously, I love literature too. Believe me, I’ve tried to like STEM subjects in school, or rather, I tried not to like arts as much. Studying math and science just seemed so much more usefulContinue reading “What’s the Point of Art?”

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Is this just fantasy?

I love the movies, which is why I like to blame them for everything.

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