Monthly Archives: March 2011

Home School, Charles Webb

This blog was almost named as Mrs.RobinTin or something that alludes to Mrs. Robinson, the distinct well-recognized character of The Graduate of Charles Webb. The reason of which, you can email me if you want to know. I kid. I … Continue reading

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Adverbs, Daniel Handler

Love has always been an interesting topic to write about. As complicated and as old as it is, it remains as our common denominator. In varying degrees and types, loves binds us, or in Daniel Handler’s Adverbs, loves is a … Continue reading

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A Clockwork Orange, Anthony Burgess

My mind was fucked. Pardon the language, but I seriously thought of a better way of saying this, but man, my brains fell out little by little while reading Anthony Burgess’s 1962 dystopian novel, A Clockwork Orange. The story opens … Continue reading

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Stardust, Neil Gaiman

I have always wanted a Neil Gaiman book ever since we had a workshop in my beloved organization, PANTAS, in our Anti-Realism theme for the semester about his short story. Although we only do the workshop on short stories and … Continue reading

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