Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night: Poetry Analysis

Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night  By: Dylan Thomas As his father lay dying, Thomas writes a poem to suggests that the most appropriate way to leave this Earth is with bold ferocity. Gently awaiting death to triumph is the coward’s way out, according to this poem you should ‘rage’ against the end […]

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Down Below the Reservoir

“This is the Town. And there is no God. Love is impossible. Twelve stories unfold as down below the reservoir, something stirs…” *********************************** Just in time for Halloween, in my English class the other day, my Professor played a podcast entitled Down Below the Reservoir by Dave Rudden, Sarah Maria Griffin, and Deirdre Sullivan. It is […]

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A Virtuous Death

Book Review A Virtuous Death By: Christine Trent Genre: Historical Mystery Reading time: 4.5 hours Pages: 266 “He walks a fine line between good and evil, happiness and anguish. This represents the near future, dear lady, so let us see what the cards have to say about the outcome, and the hopes and fears that […]

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A Tell-Tale Heart

A Tell-Tale Heart By: Edgar Allen Poe Genre: Short Story Reading Time: 15 minutes                                      *********************************************** “True! – nervous – very, very dreadfully nervous I had been and am; but why will you say that I am mad?” […]

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How to Buy Books on a Budget

Real readers know that sometimes borrowing a book just isn’t as satisfying as owning it. You don’t want to take your precious book back to your local library you want to put it on your overflowing shelf where it will sit for a millennium. No judgment, it happens to the best us. Below are the […]

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