Category: Christopher Marlowe

Christopher Wild by Kathe Koja

Anna Quindlen once wrote, “[books] are the destination, and the journey. They are home.” It is hard for me to find a better example of this adage than the works of Kathe Koja. The act of reading her stories is not just an experience,… Continue Reading “Christopher Wild by Kathe Koja”

Review: The Earlies Part 1

Doctor Faustus by Christopher Marlowe Liked it a lot. Didactic, of course – but not as incredible as I has assumed it would be. Then again, put into historical context, maybe it is (was) quite amazing. Winesburg, Ohio by Sherwood Anderson Where has this… Continue Reading “Review: The Earlies Part 1”

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