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I’m a postgraduate in English Lit. whose current job is that of wife, mother and home-maker. Breadcrumb Reads is where I review and write about books. To be able to navigate this blog just click on Links & Reviews. A Pilgrim's Progress and Vignette are my faith journal and my writing journal respectively.
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Some of my favourite posts on this blog
Review of Doctor Faustus
Review of Gone with the Wind
Review of Breakfast at Tiffany's
Feature article: Print culture is sinking. How does this affect our minds?
Feature article: Storming the walls of Hogwarts - what is wrong with "Harry Potter"?
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Category Archives: The Classics Club
Books. Why are they so irresistible?! I was out whole day today with my best friend. We did some shopping and eating and of course, book buying. Somehow our outings together are never complete until we've picked up something … Continue reading
The Celtic Twilight: Faerie and Folklore by W.B. Yeats “Celtic” and “twilight” — two such pretty words; and when I found them together in a title by W.B. Yeats I simply had to give it a try. When I began … Continue reading
Rereading a favourite classic at different stages of your life gives you different insights with each reading. Is there one classic you’ve read several times that also tells a story about you? (Classics Club: September Meme) I beg your … Continue reading
To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee My rating: 5 of 5 stars Allow me to start out with the misconceptions I had about this book. 1. I thought this was a story about an eight year old girl who … Continue reading
It's been many months since I last answered a Classics Club question. This month's question had me really excited. Three quotes jumped into my mind almost at the same time! I'm sure they're all well known even if most haven't … Continue reading
Anne of Ingleside by L.M. Montgomery My rating: 4 of 5 stars I'm not sure, now, what it was that had put me off reading the sixth book in the Anne series. I was inclined to be querulous about it, … Continue reading