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Over the course of 3 days, a rich kid who can not stop getting expelled from every college he attends wanders around Manhattan trying to get (1) drunk and (2) lucky. No, it's not the storyline of an unreleased Gossip Girl season (RIP). It is the storyline of Catcher in the Rye, J. D. Salinger's beloved, prohibited, reviled, worshiped, and--well, let us just say polarizing 1951 novel about a depressed prep school boy with a heart of gold. After rocketing almost immediately to the top of the......Read More
Nathaniel Hawthorne was a 19th-century New England writer best known for writing The Scarlet Letter. Many of his works reflect his somewhat Puritan background and are highly moralistic. Hawthorne often holds certain moral values up as exemplary and, at the same time, points out that the guy is failing miserably in attaining them. In fact, he is frequently cited as a key player in the "Dark Romanticism" genre, where man's failures and flaws have been examined and criticized. See "Genre" for more......Read More
You remember the story of Goldilocks and the Three Bears. From the story a beautiful young woman has to choose between three guys: one is too dull and creepy, so one is too sexy and sleazy and one is juuuuuuuuust right. Oh, wait. Sorry. That's Far from the Madding Crowd we are talking about. Within this novel by Thomas Hardy, we haven't a love triangle but a love rectangle, where three different guys vie for the love of super-pretty Bathsheba. This all goes down in the English countryside,......Read More
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