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World Book Day

by Marissa Matton

In honor of yesterday being World Book Day, I thought I would share some of my favorite books.

The other week in one of my classes, we talked about the low expectations we have of assigned reading. 416 more words


It's Only a Game

My wife doesn’t particularly care for soccer. She tolerates it, and generally leaves me to it when I watch a game at home. One Sunday morning though, she saw me getting more and more upset as my team was on the receiving end of – what I perceived to be – a series of increasingly poor refereeing decisions. 541 more words

Fever Pitch

Nina Zmievets and Oleg Markov

Nina Zmievets and Oleg Markov, “Anna Karenina”, Boris Eifman Ballet, Carré Theatre, Amsterdam, The Netherlands (November 27, 2012)

Source and more info at:
Photographer Souheil Michael Khoury Website… 16 more words


Charlie Rambles Again

These blogs are becoming increasingly more rare. I find it difficult to think of subjects that don’t revolve around a certain book that shall remain nameless – although can be seen in several past posts and various pages on this site – and topics that might engage you, my glorious reader. 724 more words

Simple Little Nuances From The Old Store Cupboard

Anna Karenina by Leo Tolstoy

Details: 832pp, Barnes & Noble Classics Series paperback
Series: n/a
Rating: 4/5
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Summary (from Goodreads): Married to a powerful government minister, Anna Karenina is a beautiful woman who falls deeply in love with a wealthy army officer, the elegant Count Vronsky. 418 more words


One night (Anna to Vronsky)

It’s exactly the kind of day for stumbling upon an old poem, raw with longing, memories, regrets. I was reading Anna Karenina when I wrote it, and it got me thinking..what if you had a very limited amount of time to share with someone? 350 more words

Stuff I Write

Anna Karenina - Cinematography

“All happy families are alike; each unhappy family is unhappy in its own way.”

Anna Karenina‘s cinematography is interesting to comprehend, as the film is literally set in a theatre.

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Anna Karenina