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My Reading Life

Bookseller at Barnes & Noble, Humanities student at NAU, mother of 2, artist, animal lover, voracious reader and lover of all things literary, introvert, believer in magic

Currently reading

Science In Context: Readings In The Sociology Of Science
Barry Barnes, David Edge
The Apothecary
Maile Meloy
The Key & the Flame
Claire M. Caterer
Fifty Shades of Grey
E.L. James
Tiny Beautiful Things: Advice on Love and Life from Dear Sugar
Cheryl Strayed
Beautiful Creatures
Margaret Stohl, Kami Garcia
Pride and Prejudice
Margaret Drabble, Eloisa James, Jane Austen
Progress: 60/379 pages

A Room of One's Own

A Room of One's Own - Virginia Woolf What a triumphant essay! Virginia Woolf criticizes the expectations men and women have of themselves without being sarcastic or hateful. She uses clear, historical examples to support her arguments. This is a timeless piece of feminist literature, although she would most likely be unhappy with my use of the word "femininst".