Tag: women authors

Exploring Children’s Classics: Railway Children and All-of-a-Kind Family

Next in my exploration of children’s classics written by women are The Railway Children and All-of-a-Kind Family, both set around the turn of the century, although The Railway Children was actually published near that time, while Family was published in 1951.  Both novels are written by women about families that are struggling economically.  Both have…

The Women’s Classic Literature Event

In 2016, the Classics Club is hosting the Women’s Classic Literature Event. This year long event will have quarterly check-ins where we can share thoughts and posts. The Classics Club describes it in this way: This event is way more a celebration than a “reading challenge.” It’s about hunting out those forgotten titles which didn’t…

Lost in Storyland

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thebookbrief

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Lola Et La Vie

*somewhere to collect my (mostly) bookish thoughts*

She Reads Novels

"She had read novels while other people perused the Sunday papers" - Mary Elizabeth Braddon

Relevant Obscurity

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Word by Word

Thoughts on Literature, Expressing Creativity, Being Authentic

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