Let’s Talk About — Gasp! — Sex in Classic Novels
March 23, 2023
By Christa Protano When the trailer for the film-adaptation of Are You There God, It’s Me Margaret dropped in early February my social feeds were all abuzz. Mom friends were counting down the days until the film’s release so they can take the...
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Pastel Word Cloud Classics for the Start of Spring
March 22, 2023
Celebrate the start of spring with these stunning Word Cloud Classics. With their bright colors and timeless tales, they’re sure to be a lovely edition to your spring decor. Jane Eyre by Charlotte Brontë The story of a young girl—pl...
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When The Weeknd Met Dante
March 22, 2023
By Brian Boone Everybody thinks the weekend is divine. But is international pop music sensation The Weeknd slowly creating a contemporary adaptation of Dante’s 14th century epic The Divine Comedy? Let’s take a long, literary look. ...
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4 Facts About Iconic Female Fiction Writers
March 7, 2023
By Brian Boone March 8 is International Women’s Day. Around here, we’re surrounded by remarkable women and their literary works every single day. Here’s some little-known trivia concerning history’s greatest authors who happen ...
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How To Read Canterbury Classics Like a Gilmore
February 23, 2023
By Christa Protano Recently, I stumbled upon the Literary Lifestyle blog and its Rory Gilmore Book Club. As a newer fan of Gilmore Girls (thanks to a pandemic winter binge watch), I’m all in for anything with Stars Hollow vibes. Since the show ...
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