Poetry has a reputation of being hard to understand, but the best way to learn more about it, is to just dive into it.
There are too many interesting things to do in the world.
I have quite an elitist taste in literature (and arts in general, and maybe just life in general). This is not a problem: everybody likes different things and I don’t have to be ashamed of the fact that I like these things. I’m not bothering anyone.
Two years ago, I read Ulysses for the first time. Last semester, I did a course on this incredible book and I reread it.
I don't know if I think this is a good or a bad book.
As some of my readers might know, I love nineteenth-century French literature. So when Patricia Worth contacted me if I wanted to review her new translation of George Sand’s Spiridion, I was very excited. I have wanted to read something by Sand for quite some while now.
A new year and some new reading challenges! I have some cool new reading projects planned.
A new year, so you might need some new books! Here are some ways to get new books without spending too much money.
Last semester I had to reread Ulysses by James Joyce because I took a course on this book. It made me reconsider what I think about rereading.
There are so many books to read that I have to make choices. But how do I choose which books are worthy of my time?