Morte d’Arthur – A question of sources

Le Morte d'Arthur (or Le Morte Darthur, as originally spelled), is Sir Thomas Malory's series of reinvented tales about King Arthur and his knights...

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Tech

Do Girls Read More?

It's a fair question, and one that you may have thought about a great deal. Do girls read more? Over the years, you've likely heard...

Quotes

‘The Fault in Our Stars’ #Banned

The Fault in Our Stars is arguably one of the most popular books right now. It's been read (and enjoyed by readers of all...

I have a dream…

Time for Change

Daylight Saving Time is supposed to be a good thing, right? We chose to do this. It wasn't always this way. And, down through history,...
Handmaid's Tale

Revisiting ‘Handmaid’s Tale’

The recent launch of the Hulu Handmaid's Tale mini-series has drawn us back to the trappings of Margaret Atwood's dystopian science fiction novel, but...
Christmas Snow

The Second Day – Christmas

December 2nd. It's the second day of December. By now, it's becoming clear that Christmas is in full swing. Yes, the Christmas gifts and...

Burn, Burn Away – Fahrenheit 451, Censorship … The Media Storm

This year has, in many ways, been a page out of a science fiction novel -- with fires, hurricanes, and other battles that took place in...

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Why I Love (and Hate) Audiobooks

I still remember when my dad read to us. I don't remember how young I was when I first heard a book read--it always...
Anna Karenina

Who is Anna Karenina – Controversial Heroine?

Like so many famous writers, Leo Tolstoy used the real-life experience in his infamous novel, Anna Karenina. Tolstoy arrived at the train station, only...

The Grand Experiment

"Wake up, mommy," e said. "It's a summer day!" He said it with such joy, and added: "It's beautiful, mommy." It's Tuesday, July 28, 2009, and...

Banned Books

Divergent Paths: ‘Of Mice or Men’

Of Mice and Men is a novel, first published in 1937, by John Steinbeck. Told in the third-person omniscient point-of-view, this classic work follows...