Category Archives: Classic Lit

Book Review: Their Eyes Were Watching

The purpose of a More Diverse Universe Challenge is to draw attention to authors of color. For my first book in the 2015 challenge I’d like to highlight a woman from the Harlem Renaissance era: Zora Neale Hurston Born in … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain

It’s been quite a while since I read this great old classic. I have a fondness in my heart for the book as I do about stories featuring children of this age group. But I did fear I might not … Continue reading

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A Classic: Madame Bovary: A Tale of Provincial Life

Author: Gustave Flaubert Translation by Lydia Davis Originally published in 1857. This translation was published in 2010 Somehow I missed reading this book in either high school or college. Its a classic that’s been floating around me for quite some … Continue reading

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Book Review of a Classic: Emma by Jane Austen

. Author: Jane Austen Published: 1815 Genre: Classic Romance Format: Audiobook Narrated by Flo Gibson Emma Wodehouse is the star of this novel. She’s a beautiful young woman who has been raised in an upper class home in England in … Continue reading

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