Tag Archives: Classic Literature

The Catcher in the Rye //

Despite our long distance relationship –Meagan and I continue to read together – albeit in two different cities. She’s all the way in Ottawa (where I went to university) and I’m a four to five hour drive away in Toronto. … Continue reading

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Maya Angelou // I know why the caged bird sings

I don’t research books before I read them. Instead, I love blissfully falling into the story – and the narrative. So, when Meagan told me that I know why the caged bird sings was Maya’s memoir, I was completely stunned. … Continue reading

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A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens // Holiday Reads

I’m always pleasantly surprised by Classic Literatures ability to provide you with little insightful nuggets of wisdom. The best part about Charles Dickens is how simplistic his language is – making it easy to read – yet his stories are packed … Continue reading

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Guest Post: The Final Chase // Moby Dick

By: Meagan Laroque I’d like to start this off by informing you that I took the time to think of creative ‘rapper’ names for Moby Dick to spice things up a little. I think if Herman Melville were alive today he … Continue reading

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Book Club for Two // Test-Novel

Let’s put Meagan and I to the test, shall we?  Both avid book readers and novel deep divers, Meagan and I always chat about what we’re reading. Since she permanently lives in Ottawa, and I – in Toronto, we decided … Continue reading

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