According to their blog: 10 years ago today [August 1], The Classic Club Blog was born! ... To celebrate our 10 years of blogging about Classics, we want to know more about YOU. New members and old. Share a link to you blog and/or classic club list/s. Answer the 10 questions below. As always we … Continue reading TCL celebrates The Classics Club’s 10 Year Anniversary!
#ShortStorySunday – Epistolary Chills from 1938.
Book Review for “Address Unknown” by Kathrine Kressmann Taylor. Summary: “A rediscovered classic and international bestseller that recounts the gripping tale of a friendship destroyed at the hands of Nazi Germany. In this searing novel, Kathrine Kressmann Taylor brings vividly to life the insidious spread of Nazism through a series of letters between Max, a … Continue reading #ShortStorySunday – Epistolary Chills from 1938.
Tessa Tries Intrigue.
Book Review for “Death in the Grand Manor: A Tessa Crichton Mystery” by Anne Morice. Summary: “The narrator of this classic mystery is fashionable young actress, Tessa Crichton-obliged to turn private detective when murder strikes in the rural stronghold of Roakes Common. Leading hate-figures in the community are Mr. and Mrs. Cornford - the nouveaux … Continue reading Tessa Tries Intrigue.
The Classics Club 2.0 – February 2021 – TCL’s First #CCMeme
According to their blog: "Way back when, in 2012, the Classics Club came into being. A monthly meme was devised to bring clubbers together to chat about classics. A question was posed for you to ponder and discuss. You could write a blog post and leave the link or simply put your thoughts in the … Continue reading The Classics Club 2.0 – February 2021 – TCL’s First #CCMeme
Who’s Afraid of a Classic Novel?
Book Review for “Mrs. Dalloway” by Virginia Woolf. Summary from Amazon: "In this vivid portrait of a single day in a woman’s life, Mrs. Clarissa Dalloway is preoccupied with the last-minute details of preparation for a party while in her mind she is something much more than a perfect society hostess. As she readies her … Continue reading Who’s Afraid of a Classic Novel?
TCL joins the 2019 It’s So Classic Blog Party
It's So Classic. I discovered this tag through fellow blogger Livia's post on her blog here. Since I thought I wouldn't have a book review ready for this week, I figured I'd join in! The rules are very simple, which I took from the host's blog: Link your post to Rebellious Writing (rebelliouswriting.com) Answer the … Continue reading TCL joins the 2019 It’s So Classic Blog Party
My 300th Post – Review of a Modern Classic
Book review of "Catch-22" by Joseph Heller. Joseph Heller published this best-selling novel in 1961, and it is the only book I’ve ever read more than once. It is also one of the first books that come to mind when someone asks me to name my favorite book of all time (along with Ondaatje’s novels … Continue reading My 300th Post – Review of a Modern Classic
Feminist Stories from the Past
My review of "Herland and Selected Stories" by Charlotte Perkins Gilman. Back when I was writing a review of the dystopian novel "The Beautiful Bureaucrat," I read a review that likened that book (in part to Kafka and in part) to a short story called "The Yellow Wallpaper" by Charlotte Perkins Gilman. Having never heard … Continue reading Feminist Stories from the Past
Elizabethian Fury in a Modern Female
Book Review of "Vinegar Girl" by Anne Tyler. In Anne Tyler's latest book, she takes on the task of modernizing Shakespeare's play "The Taming of the Shrew." To remind you, the original story is a simple one: Baptista has two beautiful daughters, the younger one is the sweet Bianca, and the older one is the … Continue reading Elizabethian Fury in a Modern Female
Not a blueprint!
Book Review of "The Handmaid's Tale" by Margaret Atwood. (Note: This is my 200th book review! To celebrate this, I thought it only right it should be about a classic novel. This also gives me the opportunity to throw in a bit of politics, which my readers know I've completely avoided using this blog for … Continue reading Not a blueprint!
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