Tag: classics club
Are Artists Selfish?
“How good life is when one does something right and just!” The Brothers Karamazov, Fyodor Dostoevsky I read somewhere that Dostoevsky originally intended for The Brothers Karamazov to be three times as long as it actually turned out to be. If it had been, I definitely would have followed his characters along. Despite being a…
Top 5 Favorite Romantic Partners in Classic Literature
Hi everyone! After spending quite some time pondering the suffering of soldiers wounded at Gettysburg I thought I needed a quick pick-me-up. 🙂 Maybe you do too. I feel we need some love right now so I’m calling all readers to share the ladies and gentlemen they adore. I mean, who doesn’t like romance done…
Classics Club Review: War and Peace
The day after taking doxicyclene for Lyme disease and anaplasmosis this is the text conversation between my daughter and me: Me: I was feverish with a bizarre and pounding headache. Not normal. Felt really weird. Sweating profusely. And UNABLE TO STOP GOING OVER SCENES FROM WAR AND PEACE in my head. Daughter: Okay. That’s terrible…