Monthly Archives: September 2013

“Life of Pi”: Duality and Harmony

I’ve been hearing for almost a decade about the novel The Life of Pi.┬áThe book has been recommended to me by everybody from a professor, to a roommate, to a college boyfriend. I put off reading it for years — … Continue reading

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“The Fault In Our Stars”: Just Read It.

Some books have a driving plot. Some have thrilling characterization. Some have deep thematic significance. And some have a little of everything — not many, but some. “The Fault In Our Stars” by John Green is one of those magical … Continue reading

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“Gone Girl”: Perception and Gender Roles, Wrapped Up in A Thriller Bow

I’ve always loved books that play around with the audience’s expectations, and with the voice narrating the story — Gone Girl, by Gillian Flynn, was no exception. The novel switches the point of view each chapter: one chapter told in … Continue reading

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