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Maria Abashova and Oleg Gabyshev

Maria Abashova and Oleg Gabyshev, Anna Karenina, Boris Eifman Ballet

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Birth and Pregnancy in Literature, Part Two

This Monday, we looked at the general state of pregnancy in literature, and today, I wanted to highlight two examples that I felt did an amazing job of keeping their focus on the pregnant women involved in their narratives. 824 more words


Opiniones como sombreros

Hoy comparto un fragmento de Anna Karenina. Tolstoi parece estar hablando de este mismo momento.

«Stepan Arkadyevitch recibía y leía un periódico liberal, no extremista, sino defensor de los criterios compartidos por la mayoría.

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I’m currently holed up in an apartment with algid temperatures without and a batty marketing research reciting roommate within. I have The Gray Havens blaring in my ears and my favorite socks donned on my feet. 626 more words


Anna Karenina: Part Eight of Eight & Review

Unfortunately, I failed to squeak the last section through in February, so I didn’t quite read all of Anna Karenina in a month.

This section is shorter, simpler, and more direct than any of the previous sections. 279 more words

2015 Classic Reading List

What is the new TV?

by Sunil Badami

Despite many (mainly white male) writers’ concerns about the effect of television on “serious culture” (which I discussed here) many others have suggested that TV is the new novel (as… 3,193 more words