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Month: March 2017

“Outlander”- Faithful Jamie

“Outlander”- Faithful Jamie

In current movies and books it seems to be the norm that when the drama of falling in love dies down, to spice it up one person cheats on the other. The choice seems inevitable. For some reason, commitment makes a relationship boring and desires […]

“Outlander”- Claire the Individual

“Outlander”- Claire the Individual

In the United States nonconformity is an ideal that is often preached. It is easy to think oh yes I am an individual. I refuse to be mainstream and I forge my own path. But how many of us really do this? The truth is […]

Top 3 Reasons to Love “Outlander”

Top 3 Reasons to Love “Outlander”

  Warning: This novel is not for younger audiences. It contains adult content including sex, rape, abuse, profanity, and violence Despite the fact that this novel contains quite a bit of graphic and disturbing content, don’t despair. There are reasons to read it, and there […]

“The Name of the Wind”-Music in a Book?

Music. It shapes the way we think. It can move you to tears or lighten a mood with a few notes. I used to think that, unlike movies, literature could never fully express the complexity of emotion that encompasses this thing called music. But I […]

“The Name of the Wind”-Dignity and Poverty

Poverty leads to feelings of instability and instability leads to fear. No one captures this idea better than Patrick Rothfuss in his novel, “The Name of the Wind.” The impacts of poverty are explored through the experience of the main character, Kvothe, who after the […]