E. Lockhart: Heroine Reads

2014-03-11T20:21:00-05:00

E. Lockhart’s The Disreputable History of Frankie Landau-Banks Hyperion, 2008 The Disreputable History of Frankie Landau-Banks made my TBR list thanks to Erin Blakemore’s The Heroine’s Bookshelf, wherein Frankie is included as a literary sister to Jo March. (That’s for her ambition, largely.) And it was nudged up the list

E. Lockhart: Heroine Reads2014-03-11T20:21:00-05:00

Maya Angelou: Heroine Reads

2014-03-10T20:51:04-05:00

Maya Angelou’s I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings (1969) Bantam, 1971 It’s ironic that what most stands out in the first volume of Maya Angelou’s autobiography is her voice; when she was a girl, she stopped speaking for a time, but, in looking back on the experiences of her

Maya Angelou: Heroine Reads2014-03-10T20:51:04-05:00
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