Monthly archive February, 2017

Black Water by Joyce Carol Oates

Black Water by Joyce Carol Oates Cautious interwinement of different time modes and perspectives held a lot of promise. Parts of the plot were carefully strung into a captivating, fight-for-breath whole. Along with the lack of misplaced words and clutter, it was what made the flow neat and tidy, but also what opened the possibility...

The Nun by Denis Diderot

The Nun by Denis Diderot Through the halls and cells of a convent, guarded by high walls and austere religious customs, we follow a young nun making arrangements to escape a future that was imposed on her. She has a knack for logic and no ear for vocation, so she is not able to find...

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