Monthly Archives: February 2013
Pre-Reading Thoughts on Shakespeare’s King Lear, February’s AP English Challenge. Yes, I’m posting this before finishing my The Portrait of a Lady review. (by Jill)
I read King Lear once in college and I actually remember the gist of the plot and the names of many of the characters, which is more than I can say about the first Shakespeare play we read for the … Continue reading
My Review of Christopher Moore’s Lamb: The Gospel according to Biff, Christ’s Childhood Pal (by Jill)
After many weeks of reading books by esteemed authors, many long dead, about subjects as diverse and often dismal (but beautifully written) as the collapse of families and marriages, Norweigan ladies who like to play with guns, and swamp-bound, incestuous … Continue reading
It’s Wednesday and time for Yarn Along, which is hosted by Ginny on her blog Small Things. This is half a sock. A third of a sock, really. It’s on top of a book, which is on top of a … Continue reading
You could insert One Hundred Years of Solitude as well, but that’s a long story. I’m everyone but Lucy. At a hundred words, I haven’t even cleared my throat yet. Or mentioned my cat.
I finished The Portrait of a Lady a few days ago and would really love to be working on my final post. But, you see, my cat Maxwell is busy using it as a pillow. So I can’t because we … Continue reading