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    Women and the West: Willa Cather’s Feminist Perspective of the Wild Countryside

    It all started with a conversation over omelets in a booth at the Breakfast House. I was in my senior year of high school,...

    Books: Breaking Dawn? How About Breaking Down. I’m So Glad This is Over.

    You didn’t think I was finished, did you? No, we’ve got one more round in the ring. This one goes out to arguably the...

    Books: Final Girls with the Final Word

      When we think of slashers, obviously Freddy, Michael, and Jason quickly come to mind, but beyond the masks and machetes, there is always a...

    Books: I Hated This One: An Eclipse Reread

    I knew this one was bad, but I wasn’t prepared for the avalanche of nausea Eclipse brought me this go-round. I fully had to...

    Books: I Think My Eyes Are Bleeding? A New Moon Reread

    You didn’t ask, but I still answered. Once I started with the madness that is Twilight, I had to continue feeling pain, and that...

    Books: The Waiting Is the Hardest Part: Agency in Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice

    Some years ago, I read an essay that criticizes the women in Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice for sitting around waiting for things to...

    Books: My Brain Is in a Supermassive Black Hole: A Twilight Reread

    Picture this: it’s 2008, and you’re in an endless line at the movie theater, waiting for someone to pull back the velvet rope so...

    The Affair and the Narcissistic Philanderer

    By Pallavi Yetur How often is it that you meet someone you truly detest? Someone who despite their...

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    Books: I Hated This One: An Eclipse Reread

    I knew this one was bad, but I wasn’t prepared for the avalanche of nausea Eclipse brought me this go-round. I fully had to...

    The Tree of Life

    I just wanted to be in my car, with the windows up, listening to anything—a podcast, a book on tape, a wailing cat in heat—anything other than the sound of these voices in this clearing.

    Books: Persepolis by Marjane Satrapi

    Persepolis is a graphic memoir written and illustrated by Marjane Satrapi. It is an emotional, informative, and humorous memoir about what it was like...