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reviewed Dracula (novel). August 16, 2009
Dracula (first edition)
I was prompted to read Bram Stoker’s “Dracula” after the recent success of Stephanie Meyer’s Twilight series of romantic vampire novels. Vampire folklore apparently goes back to …
Barnes and Noble books
Jane Austen wrote her second novel “Pride and Prejudice” between 1796 and 1797, but it wasn’t published until 1813. Another novel on my top10 favorites list, it’s the story of …
World According To Garp
Hilarious and serious at the same time, "The Word According to Garp" is among my top 10 favorite books. John Irving began writing it in the wake of the radical feminism of the early 1970's. …
Elsa Morante's History
“History: A Novel” by Elsa Morante may be the bleakest novel I’ve ever read. It is the story of one woman’s attempt to survive and protect her two children while living in Rome …
reviewed The Woman in White. June 28, 2009
Woman In White
The Woman in White first appeared in Dickens' serial “All the Year Round” in 1859 and was published as a book the following year. It is good example of the sensational genre popular in the …
reviewed Anna Karenina (book). June 27, 2009
Anna Karenina
  Anna Karenina is my favorite novel. Originally published in serial installments from 1873 to 1877, it is regarded by many as the pinnacle of realistic fiction. With its themes of fidelity and …
Crime and Punishment
Crime and Punishment is a very intense book but well worth the effort it takes to read it. It is the story of a bright but mentally tortured student (Rodion Romanovich Raskolnikov) whose views of human …
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