BIP’s Snips: Thoughts on three books

2020-05-21T16:09:05-05:00

Marguerite Abouet and Clément Oubrerie's Aya de Yopougon 4 Gallimard, 2008 Read: At the table, because I said that I would use my dictionary to look up all the French words that I don't know (of course I always say that, but I never do) Warning: As the fourth book in

BIP’s Snips: Thoughts on three books2020-05-21T16:09:05-05:00

Drawing Conclusions: A Serial Reader

2014-03-17T14:02:36-05:00

We want that "paradoxical search for familiarity combined with strangeness; want more of the same – but with a difference," says Victor Watson in Reading Series Fiction. Watson's book considers series written for children, but it still applies, doesn't it? There's nothing like reading a series. Robert Kirkman's The Walking

Drawing Conclusions: A Serial Reader2014-03-17T14:02:36-05:00

Aya: On the Ivory Coast, 1978

2014-03-15T16:57:32-05:00

Marguerite Abouet and Clément Oubrerie's Aya de Yopougon  Trans. Helge Dascher Gallimard, 2005 978-2-07-057311-7 (Available as Aya in English) Over the past summer, I was exploring library branches that I had never visited before and it was at one of those that I made Aya’s acquaintance.This new bookish territory not only took

Aya: On the Ivory Coast, 19782014-03-15T16:57:32-05:00
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