Crash Course Literature 3 Preview

Crash Course Literature 3 Preview

Hi, I’m John Green, this is Crash Course Literature, and I’m back! Over the next ten weeks we’re going to read a bunch of books together. I got some of them right here. We’re going to read Their Eyes Were Watching God by Zora Neale Hurston, Lord of the Flies by William Golding (my least […]

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Let’s Talk About High Fidelity the TV Show

Let’s Talk About High Fidelity the TV Show

Hi everyone. I’m rincey and i am one of the contributing editors over at book riot. I thought this week i would talk about high fidelity, the new TV show adaptation on hulu, which I — spoiler alert — really loved. So if you aren’t aware, high fidelity was originally a book written by Nick […]

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Find Your Voice w/ Angie Thomas | Author Exclusives

Find Your Voice w/ Angie Thomas | Author Exclusives

Hi, I’m Angie Thomas, the author of The Hate U Give, On The Come Up and I’m excited to share my newest project, Find Your Voice, a guided journal for writing your truth. The idea for this journal came from the fact that so many of you all asked me, how do I write a […]

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Sex in Literature Tag || Always Doing

Sex in Literature Tag || Always Doing

Hey there, Kazen here, and welcome back to Always Doing. [♪♪] Today I’m coming at’cha with the Sex in Literature Tag created by Brian over at Bookish. Thank you so much for tagging me in the original. And this is about sex in books – good examples, bad examples. And Brian for the most part […]

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The Heavenly Life by James Allen – How to Find Spiritual Oneness With God (Full Audiobook)

The Heavenly Life by James Allen – How to Find Spiritual Oneness With God (Full Audiobook)

the heavenly life by James Allen chapter 1 the divine center the secret of life of abundant life with its strength its Felicity and its unbroken peace is to find the divine center within oneself and to live in and from that instead of in that outer circumference of disturbances the clamors cravings and argumentations […]

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Discussion: Self-help Literature

Discussion: Self-help Literature

Hey everyone, let’s talk about self-help literature. I started thinking about this a few months ago when I read No Sweat. Like I told you in my review this book really didn’t fit me. I wasn’t the target group, but I have friends who are and I told them about it. But the response I […]

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The Longest Books I Read Tag: 2012 – 2019 || Always Doing

The Longest Books I Read Tag: 2012 – 2019 || Always Doing

Hey there, Kazen here, and welcome back to Always Doing. [♪♪] Today I’m going to be talking about the longest books that I’ve read each year via the Longest Books I Read Tag by Joey over at A Game of Authors. I first saw this on Robert, Barter Hoards, his channel, and so I will […]

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Wonka Three Course Dinner Chewing Gum recipe | Food in Literature

Wonka Three Course Dinner Chewing Gum recipe | Food in Literature

Hi everyone, I’m Bryton and welcome to food in literature. today, we’re making Wonka’s three course meal gum. Now, in the book, Wonka’s gum is magic. The first taste that hits you, is warm creamy tomato soup. the next, is roast beef. And finally, it finishes off with blueberry pie. Now unfortunately, Violet in the […]

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Best Families in Literature | #BookBreak

Best Families in Literature | #BookBreak

Welcome back to Book Break! And Happy Boxing Day. Boxing Day’s always been kind of my favourite day of the Christmas period. It’s just an excuse to eat loads of leftovers, play with all my new presents, which in my case usually just means reading all my new books, and of course hanging out with […]

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Frankenstein Part II: Crash Course Literature 206

Frankenstein Part II: Crash Course Literature 206

Hi, I’m John Green, this is Crash Course Literature, and today we continue our discussion of “Frankenstein”. Oh, Me From the Past didn’t even come to school today. Isn’t that fantastic? Well we’re going to learn something without him. Last time we talked a little bit about the Romantics, “Frankenstein” is often cited as the […]

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