The Clockwork Orange

Review by: Aaron Pape Anthony Burgess’s novel, “A Clockwork Orange”, is a book of literary merit because it gives an argument that has yet to be solved by any person–the choice of moral choice. By this I mean is it…

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The Handmaid’s Tale

Review by: Sang Lee The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood portrays a world that I simply cannot tolerate and even begin to understand its fundamentals of. The Republic of Gilead, which is the main setting of the novel, is a…

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The Grapes of Wrath

Review by: Sang Lee The Grapes of Wrath by John Steinbeck definitely deserves to be praised as quality literature. The author’s set tone, realistic setting, and significant themes and conflicts are the elements that complete this novel as eminence. Due…

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Review by: Sang Lee Pride and Prejudice was my favorite novel written by Jane Austen. I have read several other novels written by Jane Austen and have found pleasure reading them. Therefore, I had great expectations for Persuasion as well….

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A Study in Scarlet

Review by: Laura Roewe A Study in Scarlet by Sir Conan Arthur Doyle, resides as the opening book for the iconic Sherlock Holmes series. While not lengthy in stature, this quick read introduces the new series in an entertaining matter…

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The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy

Review by: Laura Roewe The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, one of my favorite books, was written by Douglass Adams after initially residing a radio show segment. As a part of the sci-fi genre, this book is, with no surprise,…

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Empire of the Sun

Review by: Sang Lee Personally, I am not a fan of wartime novels. However, the book Empire of the Sun by J. G. Ballard was successful in capturing my literary attention with a fascinating story of a young boy and…

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Breakfast at Tiffany’s

Review by: Sang Lee The phrase “do not judge a book by its cover” was a perfect phrase to be applied on the novel Breakfast at Tiffany’s. Expecting to read a typical love story that follows the general checklist of…

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Review by: Sang Lee Aeschylus’s Greek tragedy, Agamemnon, was certainly a work of literary merit that I personally enjoyed reading. I would wholeheartedly recommend this play for other readers. Despite being a Greek tragedy, I was able to follow the…

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Article Written by: Taylor Gibson A lot of people question me about homeschooling – what it’s like, how early I get up in the morning, why I’m homeschooled in the first place, and if I enjoy it. I was in…

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