Book Review: The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde

Year of First Publication: 1891 Year of Publication for This Edition: 2015 Number of Pages: 214 Publisher: Barnes and Noble Genre: Fiction Sub-Genres: Gothic fiction, Horror Subjects: Art, Morality, Society Although I didn’t exactly plan it this way, the irony of my reviewing The Picture of Dorian Gray on the week of Halloween isn’t lostContinue reading “Book Review: The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde”

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First Impressions: The Picture of Dorian Gray

So, this post is a bit late. I usually do my “First Impressions” posts after reading only a chapter or two of a new book, but this time, my interest in reading exceeded my patience for blogging. I am now at Chapter 8 of The Picture of Dorian Gray, which puts me near the halfwayContinue reading “First Impressions: The Picture of Dorian Gray

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Book Review: The October Country by Ray Bradbury

Year of First Publication: 1955 Year of Publication for This Edition: 1996 Number of Pages: 306 Publisher: Del Rey Genre: Fiction Sub-Genres: Fantasy, Horror, Short Fiction Note: this post contains an affiliate link. Ray Bradbury’s 1996 forward to The October Country is titled “May I Die Before My Voices.” The words of a mad manContinue reading “Book Review: The October Country by Ray Bradbury”

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Favorite Short Stories

Some time ago, one of my favorite bloggers, Suzannah Rowntree, published a post entitled “Favorite (Vintage) Short Stories” in which she listed her favorite stories by genre. It sounded like a wonderful idea to me, which is why I’ve decided to do something similar here. (P.S. Most of these stories are in the public domainContinue reading “Favorite Short Stories”

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