Banned Books Week: Fahrenheit 451 Review!

As some of you know, this week has been dubbed as Banned Books Week. During this time bloggers and other social media presences have given appreciation to books that challenge the conventions of storytelling. Curiously enough, just before Banned Book Week had began I sank my teeth into Ray Bradbury's Fahrenheit 451. https://www.instagram.com/p/BKK1tgiBw53/?taken-by=inliteraturewetrust   I bring Fahrenheit …

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Graduate Life: Interviews and Beyond! (Part 2)

There is no excuse for how vacant I have been with this blog, I'm really sorry guys! But I have been insanely busy for the last couple of weeks. In a previous post I spoke about my recent excursions, and last Friday I had the pleasure of travelling to London and meeting a whole host of …

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Repeating the Past: Great Gatsby Review!

'"I wouldn't ask too much of her," I ventured. "You can't repeat the past." "Can't repeat the past?" he cried incredulously. "Why of course you can!"' https://www.instagram.com/p/_b0iwBIBSb/?taken-by=benodero   F. Scott Fitzgerald's crowning work, The Great Gatsby follows the viewpoint of narrator and newcomer Nick Carraway into the fictional town of West Egg, located in the edge of …

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Looking For Alaska by John Green: A Review

If there's one thing I've learned about personal relationships and perceptions of yourself, is that you're constantly adapting - one period of time that your sense of identity is challenged and forged is in the latter years of education: in particularly high school and university. When I first picked up Looking For Alaska, I was at …

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