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Tag Archives: Pride and Prejudice
Being rich is not about how much money you have or how many homes you own; it’s the freedom to buy any book you want without looking at the price and wondering if you can afford it. John Waters. I … Continue reading
A friend of mine said, it’s amazing how I could go from reading Jane Austen to the Secret Conservations of Ava Gardner without passing go…from a major classic to such smut, as she put it. I read Pride and Prejudice … Continue reading
My friend Jacques over Christmas said he was reading Hemingway’s Movable Feast I’m assuming not for the first time (he’s a big reader). Another friend was tearing through Middlemarch, George Eliot’s famed opus for the 3rd time. An impressive feat … Continue reading
People who put their feet up on furniture is my new pet peeve and I believe it’s becoming epidemic. I often speak of the library I belong to with great affection. There’s a reading room I frequent with easy chairs … Continue reading
I think self-worth is the most important trait a person can possess. Without it, others tend to treat you as if you should be entering through the backdoor. I’ll admit, I learned this one the hard way. For a good … Continue reading