The Mill on the Floss Review

Prepare yourselves. I remember my sister telling me the synopsis on this story oh, a decade ago, so I knew the siblings died, I couldn’t remember anything much else, just vague things like there was a love interest. I didn’t have any connotation of the author then, and her name didn’t stick. Years later I… Continue reading The Mill on the Floss Review

Classics Club Spin Title

My number 11 is Mill on the Floss. I’ve borrowed it multiple times and started to read it one of those times. I’ll have to see if I can get in on Kindle and start sooner than I did for all my other spins.

Winter Reading Plans 2021

My General Reading Goals (present to March 20) Try to keep my books borrowed from the library to 12. Try to keep any other borrowed books to far fewer. Join an online book group, I’d like to join The Enchanted Book Club deluxe, maybe in March, depends on what they are reading. Work through important… Continue reading Winter Reading Plans 2021

Coriolanus: Play and Performance Review

So, this is very late. I’d definitely skimmed or read the story version of this play as well. I wrote my notes as remarks, so I’m going to have to pull my brief reviews from these somewhat cryptic responses. Ugh. There is a reason this one is not one of Shakespeare’s super popular plays. Coriolanus is… Continue reading Coriolanus: Play and Performance Review

The Idiot Part One

I’m reading The Idiot by Dostoevsky for my Classics Club spin. I’m using this character list, someone took the Sparknotes version and took out the spoilers (why do these character lists have spoilers in the first place?!!!!). I printed it out, so I could have it handy. I’m reading on the Serial Reader app. I did… Continue reading The Idiot Part One

2017 Reading Challenges and Classics Club Spin 15

I updated my reading challenges page (adding way too many challenges, but hey, lets have fun), and I also decided to participate a bit more in the Classics Club while I finish up. Perhaps I may do participate with another list after all. A more reasonable list . . . with more reviewable books. Anyway,… Continue reading 2017 Reading Challenges and Classics Club Spin 15