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GONE GIRL and Modern Madness

[Contains spoilers for Gillian Flynn’s Gone Girl, a book I’d rather not spoil for anyone. Seriously, go read it.  I promise you will not see it coming.] During undergrad, I took a Short Fiction course from a professor who insisted that all … Continue reading

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Five Things I Noticed While Getting Married Yesterday

Five things I noticed while getting married: Our marriage license, whether read top-to-bottom or left-to-right (the way one reads English, which is the language in which our license is printed), lists the man/husband/groom/father before the woman/wife/bride/mother in every single possible … Continue reading

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Saturday Silly: Does Your Cat Know About the Feminist Movement?

I cannot stop laughing at this. WHY CANNOT I STOP LAUGHING AT THIS? Via.

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SAPPHIRA AND THE SLAVE GIRL Continued: Sapphira Colbert is an Egomaniac and Drowning Often Causes Paralysis

In my last post, I pointed out that Sapphira and the Slave Girl, Willa Cather’s last (and most uniformly labeled a failure) novel, is aptly titled in that this really, really, is not the “slave girl’s” story at all. Or, … Continue reading

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