I did not get this at all. It’s 1 star for Gertrude Stein‘s ‘Food’… Read More Book Review: Food by Gertrude Stein
Another quick read from the Penguin Modern Series, this little book contains three sections of musings by artist Andy Warhol. I enjoyed it and found it quite interesting to read about this man and his life. Definitely recommended if that’s something you’re interested in. I’d give this one 4 stars.… Read More Book Review: Fame by Andy Warhol
Despite it’s intriguing name, “An Advertisement for Toothpaste” really isn’t a book I can recommend. I didn’t understand a lot of it and felt confused until the final story. I’m sure this will be enjoyed by many, but sadly it’s not for me – 1 star.… Read More Book Review: An Advertisement for Toothpaste by Ryszard Kapuściński
This little book contains a highly influential and powerful piece of writing in Martin Luther King Jr’s “Letter From Birmingham Jail”. This is a tiny book at a tiny price so I’d definitely recommend you pick it up if you haven’t already read it.… Read More Book Review: Letter From Birmingham Jail by Martin Luther King, Jr.
This little book contains three creepy stories. I think this was a great introduction to the work of Shirley Jackson and I’ll be sure to check our her other work soon. This one is getting 4 stars from me.… Read More Book Review: The Missing Girl by Shirley Jackson
Exploring and understanding the emptiness felt by housewives in America during the 1960s, this little book is a really interesting read, especially if, like me, you don’t know a great deal about the first two waves of feminism. 5 stars!… Read More Book Review: The Problem That Has No Name by Betty Friedan
“Three Japanese Short Stories” is a tiny collection of short stories that won’t take you long to read. For me they were just okay and nothing to shout home about – 2 stars for now.… Read More Book Review: Three Japanese Short Stories by Akutagawa and Others