Monthly Archives: July 2017

Digging Up Milton (2015)

By Jennifer Wallace Reach up to that shelf Lizzie and fetch me down the immortal book of Milton. I wish to have what in me is dark illumined once more. 1790s Cripplegate, England. Mr. and Mrs. Grant live nearby St. … Continue reading

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The Handmaid’s Tale (1988)

By Margaret Atwood They also serve who only stand and wait. 1985, USA: a new regime takes over and everything changes, but the change is insidious. Now women can no longer work, own property, or even retain control over their … Continue reading

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The Last Kingdom (2004)

By Bernard Cornwell “The preachers tell us that pride is a great sin, but the preachers are wrong. Pride makes a man, it drives him, it is the shield wall around his reputation… Men die, they said, but reputation does … Continue reading

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Luke Cage (2016)

Swiss cheese shirt. Car bounces off you. Punching through steel and concrete. Just another day, right? Luke Cage is an ordinary guy in Harlem.Β He works random jobs such as wiping floors and washing towels at Pop’s barber shop during the … Continue reading

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