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  1. Macey Gloria says

    All of the classics on your list are also some that I need to read as well!! I watched the modern film adaptation of Anna Karenina, starring Keira Knightley, and I thought the story was incredible. I didn’t know about that quote about vengeance; it’s actually a Biblical allusion to words that God utters–I believe somewhere in the Psalms–however, I’m not sure. One of the cool things about having a Bible Lit class in high school and having to read the Bible for my AP Lit class is that you are more in tune to the countless Biblical allusions made in literature–especially the classics. Also LOVING the new look of your site!!! It’s so clean, minimalist, & chic xx

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    • eviejayne says

      Oh I haven’t seen the film so I have no idea what to expect! That’s so interesting! It’s fascinating how often literature alludes to other texts.
      Ah yay thank you Macey! It still needs a bit of work, but I’m getting there haha x

  2. Marie says

    Ah what a lovely list! I’ve been meaning to read Everything I Never Told You, as well as The Secret History, I’ve heard SO many great things about these books 🙂 and Almost Adults sounds SO good, adding this one to the TBR 🙂
    I hope you’ll love these, happy reading! 😀

    • eviejayne says

      I’m going to read Almost Adults soon, it sounds like the perfect light-hearted summery book! Thank you Marie x

    • eviejayne says

      I’m about a third of the way through A Little Life atm and I can already tell you it’s going to be an all-time favourite of mine.
      I’ve heard so many fab things about that one! Hope you enjoy it! x

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