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The Creation of Anne Boleyn by Susan Bordo
A really interesting look at how Anne Boleyn has been portrayed in popular culture, in history, and the way she most likely was.

The Creation of Anne Boleyn by Susan Bordo

A really interesting look at how Anne Boleyn has been portrayed in popular culture, in history, and the way she most likely was.

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Jan

I Watch, Therefore I Am by Gregory Bergman and Peter Archer
I like this! I wish they’d used it in college to teach philosophy to a tv freak like me.

I Watch, Therefore I Am by Gregory Bergman and Peter Archer

I like this! I wish they’d used it in college to teach philosophy to a tv freak like me.

Penelope by Rebeca Harrington
Ugh, I really did not like this. Which is a huge bummer because I love Jennifer Close, and her name is on the front as a recommendation.

Penelope by Rebeca Harrington

Ugh, I really did not like this. Which is a huge bummer because I love Jennifer Close, and her name is on the front as a recommendation.

The Untold Stories of Broadway, Volume I by Jennifer Ashley Tepper
I LOVE the idea for this, and I really liked it, for the most part! I found a theater lyric misquoted, though, and that makes me insane. But I know this is a book I’ll come back to again and again, and I can’t wait for the other volumes!

The Untold Stories of Broadway, Volume I by Jennifer Ashley Tepper

I LOVE the idea for this, and I really liked it, for the most part! I found a theater lyric misquoted, though, and that makes me insane. But I know this is a book I’ll come back to again and again, and I can’t wait for the other volumes!

The Moth by Catherine Burns
I wasn’t very into this at first. It seemed like the stories didn’t really draw me in at the beginning, but then I got engrossed! They aren’t all A+ stories, but some of them are really good.

The Moth by Catherine Burns

I wasn’t very into this at first. It seemed like the stories didn’t really draw me in at the beginning, but then I got engrossed! They aren’t all A+ stories, but some of them are really good.

A Rip in Heaven by Jeanine Cummins
This is kind of a tough read. It’s so difficult to read about the horrible things to police did to an innocent man.

A Rip in Heaven by Jeanine Cummins

This is kind of a tough read. It’s so difficult to read about the horrible things to police did to an innocent man.

Not Remotely Controlled by Lee Siegel
A fine book, but nothing I feel like i definitely need to read again.

Not Remotely Controlled by Lee Siegel

A fine book, but nothing I feel like i definitely need to read again.

The Lemoine Affair by Marcel Proust
I thought I would feel fancy reading Proust. I did feel fancy, but I didn’t feel 100% entertained.

The Lemoine Affair by Marcel Proust

I thought I would feel fancy reading Proust. I did feel fancy, but I didn’t feel 100% entertained.

Son of a Gun by Justin St. Germain
This guy had a difficult life, but I didn’t enjoy this book. No real plot/throughline.

Son of a Gun by Justin St. Germain

This guy had a difficult life, but I didn’t enjoy this book. No real plot/throughline.

Thirty-Eight Witnesses by A.M. Rosenthal
As a psych undergrad, I naturally heard about this case a lot. This book was interesting, but I don’t know that it necessarily taught me anything new about the case.

Thirty-Eight Witnesses by A.M. Rosenthal

As a psych undergrad, I naturally heard about this case a lot. This book was interesting, but I don’t know that it necessarily taught me anything new about the case.