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Okuyucu Chonseng Fong Fong itibaren Bodzanów, Polonya

Chonseng Fong Fong itibaren Bodzanów, Polonya

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Bu serinin ilk kitabı okudum ve oldukça eğlenceli buldum. Popüler kültürün tanınmış bir yönünü alarak, çeşitli makalelerin yazarları, grafik romanı Watchmen'in varoluşçuluk, feminizm, eşcinsellik, kahramanlığın doğası ve zamanı görebilen bir karakterin farklı yönlerini anlamak için nasıl kullanılabileceğini açıklar. çünkü sonsuz bir döngü etrafındaki dünyayla ilgili olabilir. Hatta çizgi romanların edebiyat olup olmayacağını tartışmak için bile zaman ayırıyorlar. Bu kitap, klasik grafik romanından çıkmak için daha fazla şey arayan orijinal Watchmen'lerin okuyucusu ve hayranı için çeşitli felsefe türlerine iyi bir giriş niteliğindedir.

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"devrimci" eski erkek arkadaşım bu konuda söyledi: "jaireh ... burada göğüsler ile kızlar var"

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Bana girmek için çok uzun bir süre aldı, ama ben bir kez hoş bir okuma oldu. Seri cinayetleri çözmeye çalışırken Longfellow ve Holmes gibi figürler çizmek eğlenceli. Dante'yi okumadım, ama bir süredir planlıyorum. Eminim bunu okuduğum için daha çok keyif alacağım.

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The novel itself gets five stars. The four star rating is for this translation, currently the best there is of "Swann's Way." For "In the Shadow of Young Girls in Bloom," the updated Moncrieff translation is still the best. If you're reading Proust for the first time, just read "Combray" I and II and stop there. If you like it, read it again, and then maybe a third time before moving on. It's that good.

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Pros -I am not usually a fan of poetry, but I’ve never been able to get enough of Ellen Hopkins’s books, and this one is no different. While her stories are written in verse, they still have the descriptive substance that is usually found in novels. The verses even add another level to the story, the text on the page taking shape of something related to the subject matter. -The main character, Pattyn Von Stratten, is a young mormon girl, living in a toxic environment. She tells us about her beliefs, and the beliefs of her church. Right at the beginning of the book she begins questioning herself and the things she was raised to accept as fact. I always enjoy reading about sheltered youths discovering the truth about their world, and learning the things that the rest of us had already known. Pattyn lived in a bubble of ignorance, mostly projected by her mormon upbringing. Once that bubble was shattered, she was able to start rebuilding herself into something she could love and be proud of. I was really rooting for her to go somewhere with her life. -I learned much about the Mormon community and what they believe in. It was completely unreal to think that people like that actually exist in our world still. They were all so blind to the way the world works, and so brainwashed not to question anything that might have disagreed with their holy roles as Mormons. Burned gives an honest look into the world these people live in, and the many faults in their system of beliefs. More on my book blog: Burned on Bailiwick.