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Simplicity Is Key!

Over the years, I’ve grown an affinity for simple language. I’ve noticed that I hate “big” words. They tend to complicate things. Most of the books I’ve read all have simple language that a wide range of people can understand. I think that’s the reason why I dislike reading academic journals or papers; they’re just … Continue reading

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Reading Beloved

This quarter, I’m super excited to be reading Toni Morrison’s Beloved. In my American Literature II class, my professor has the class divided into five book clubs, each club having its own novel or play. From the first week, I was set to read Beloved, mainly because I’ve read Morrison’s Sula and loved it. I … Continue reading