Category Archives: poetry

A Girl is a Half Formed Thing, by Eimear McBride (narrated by the author)

I’ve never read anything like this book. Starting this novel is like diving into unexpectedly cold water – it snaps you wide awake: For you. You’ll soon. You’ll give her name. In the stitches of her skin she’ll wear your … Continue reading

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From Shakespeare – With Love: The Best of the Sonnets, by William Shakespeare

Poetry is one form of literature that is never so beautiful on the printed page as it is when spoken. It is written for the ear, not the eye and Shakespeare’s sonnets are no exception. A perfect cast for a … Continue reading

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