Ah, the classics. Always an entertaining bunch.
There was a time not so long ago when I would have deeply related to this book.
This book was gloriously pretentious, and I loved it.
We’ve all had an existential crisis at least once in our lives.
Usually whenever I remember my dreams they are simultaneously vague and vivid, always somewhat disturbing but with the unmistakable tinge of real life.
Picture this: you’ve been instantaneously transported into 19th century Russia, in the slums of St. Petersburg.
A few of the many quotable quotes that I use to shape my life philosophy.
I recently moved into my college dorm to start my freshman year (which is, partly, why I have been so inactive online recently) and in my explorations of the campus I have discovered that the library is especially intriguing.
This was kind of a weird book but nevertheless it was interesting.
There’s a lot to unpack in this book.
In psychology, the overjustification effect refers to the phenonmenon in which a person becomes less intrinsically motivated to do something after they begin receiving external rewards for doing that thing.
Literature has long been used as a way to communicate about the human experience, to broadcast ideas across continents, to connect with people of vastly different backgrounds, to expand empathy, to broaden people’s perceptions of the world.
So, the narrator of this book is utterly unhinged.
It’s hard to escape problematic classics. Like it or not, literature has been and always will be steeped in the zeitgeist in which it was written.
It’s 2022 and the human race hasn’t destroyed itself yet. Let’s take a moment to celebrate.
The timeless tale of a literal– and figurative– witch hunt.
This book really messed with my head.
Separating the art from the artist has long been a debate in the world of literature.
YA (Young Adult) fiction kind of gets a bad rap amongst some echelons of society, a phenomenon that’s been well-documented by bloggers and defensive book influencers all across the Internet.
It’s cliché but true: words are powerful.