Monthly Archives: October 2012

Wetlands by Charlotte Roche

I picked up this book from the discount table at NYU’s bookstore. It set me back a mere $3.00, but it was definitely worth it because it brought laughs, chills, and feelings of disgust. Charlotte Roche, who is a german … Continue reading

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Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Coast Trial by Cheryl Strayed

National best seller, Oprah’s Book Club 2.0, tons of good reviews… why wouldn’t you pick up this book? I first heard of this memoir over the summer, when my high school track coach/mentor/friend told me that she really thought I … Continue reading

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Le Cid by Corneille (Translated by Edwin P. Grobe)

When I made this blog, I knew that I would be writing about books I read for leisure. Even though I’m an english major, who really wants to know about books that are “required” reads? So, I’m sorry I’m breaking … Continue reading

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