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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In Defense of the “Unrealistic” Hero

A tree which lies low grows least. —Old English Proverb            Many times, you’ll hear the complaint that certain characters in literature are too good to be true. They set the bar too high, people claim. They’re bad influences, supposedly, because they give us expectations about ourselves and others that no one can possibly liveContinue reading “In Defense of the “Unrealistic” Hero”

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Is this just fantasy?

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

Citations orthodoxes

I cannot live without books. - Thomas Jefferson

#womensart ♀

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Suivez-moi au monde des langues!

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