5 Classics for April

In this series, I recommend five classics each month that remind me of that particular time of the year. Where I live, April is a solid month of rain, interspersed with some light springy days that tempt you with promises of sunny May. Accordingly, the theme for this month's classic recommendations is going to be … Continue reading 5 Classics for April

Feminist Fridays: A ROOM OF ONE’S OWN by Virginia Woolf

A Room of One's Own has been on my to-read list before I even really knew what it was about. Published in 1929, this book is an extended essay based on a lecture series Virginia Woolf delivered at Cambridge University in October 1928. Today it is well known for being an important feminist text in women's … Continue reading Feminist Fridays: A ROOM OF ONE’S OWN by Virginia Woolf

A ROOM WITH A VIEW by E.M. Forster | Review

“My father says that there is only one perfect view — the view of the sky straight over our heads, and that all these views on earth are but bungled copies of it.” I decided to read E.M. Forster's novel A Room with a View with no knowledge whatsoever of the story's plot or context besides … Continue reading A ROOM WITH A VIEW by E.M. Forster | Review

MARCH 2017 | Wrap-Up

Ah, March: the green month of transition from winter to spring in which we all experience a sort of underlying current of excited anticipation... no? Just me? March has always seemed like one of those "in-between" months to me, standing alongside May and November as the chaotic calm before the storm of the months to … Continue reading MARCH 2017 | Wrap-Up