Books & Poetry

Book Club: Letters To A Young Poet

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It is a rare circumstance when an aspiring writer can receive in-depth and continuous feedback about his work from a famous poet.  But this was the case for Franz Kappus, a 19-year-old student at the Military Academy of Vienna who wrote to the great German lyric poet, Rainer Maria Rilke, after learning that the writer attended the same college as him. He received the most thoughtful observations about life and the art of writing in return.

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Book Club: Wide Sargasso Sea

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No matter how much time passes since Charlotte Bronte first wrote her epic novel, Jane Eyre, no one loses interest in the plight of her steadfast heroine, Jane.  But what if the tables were turned and we could judge the story from another viewpoint?  In her 1966 novel, Wide Sargasso Sea, Jean Rhys did what nobody else thought to do before: take the reader inside the mind of the madwoman in the attic.

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Book Club: To the Lighthouse

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One of our goals for this site, in particular the “Life Altering Books” section, is to share our appreciation for the literature, poetry, quotes and even songs, that have impacted our lives – in both small and big ways.  Here is one passage from a favourite novel, To the Lighthouse, written by Virginia Woolf in 1927.  It spans the years 1910 to 1920.

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Famous Authors Critique Maud

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Finding out what famous authors think about Anne of Green Gables adds an interesting element to the discussion of what makes L.M. Montgomery’s works so popular.  This March on, Sullivan Insiders can access an in-depth article that takes a look at two famous Canadian authors who discuss why Anne of Green Gables is so unforgettable.  Here is an excerpt from the article:

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Anne of Green Gables: The Sequel

Life Lessons From Our Favourite Females

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“A moment with a book is basic self-care, the kind of skill you pass along to your children as you would a security blanket or a churchgoing habit.” – Erin Blakemore, “The Heroine’s Bookshelf”

We recently spoke about all the L.M. Montgomery “Reading Circles” that sprang up in the month of January.  Fans of the Anne books and series of novels that inspired Road to AvonleaThe Story Girl and The Golden Road – vowed to return to these works, as well as pieces by Maud previously unread, including her own journals.

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