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Book Review and Takeaways: Le Morte D’Arthur

A couple weeks ago, I finished reading Thomas Mallory's Le Morte D'Arthur, and I thought it would be a really good book to do a review and takeaways post on. As I was reading, I realized that, as much as we often praise the chivalry of Arthur's day, the morality of beloved Camelot was not… Continue reading Book Review and Takeaways: Le Morte D’Arthur

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Book Review & Takeaways: The City of God

I recently finished reading Augustine's The City of God, and I have to say that I honestly enjoyed it, despite Augustine's sometimes annoying detailed analysis of the seemingly insignificant. I say seemingly because Augustine was not an author to waste his time going on tangents or covering topics that were not of the utmost gravity… Continue reading Book Review & Takeaways: The City of God

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Book Review & Takeaways: Anna Karenina

Finally! I’ve done it. I’ve read Leo Tolstoy's Anna Karenina. I have to admit, I undertook the entire task expecting to love it. And I wasn’t disappointed. So, here is my review and my takeaways from this amazingly written book. **SPOILER ALERT** From the outset, I realized that Tolstoy was not one to let any… Continue reading Book Review & Takeaways: Anna Karenina