Monthly Archives: March 2021

Ian McEwan – “The Children Act”

In the summer of 2019 I began work towards a graduate certificate in English so that I could pick up additional credentials to teach English courses at the community college. My first course was on British literature, and I was … Continue reading

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Susan Collins – “The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes”

I was introduced to “The Hunger Games” about a decade ago. I was teaching at LHS at the time, and I remember I was covering someone’s class for some reason. One of my students was nose deep in a book, … Continue reading

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