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There Is No Friend As Loyal As a Book. Hemingway
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My favorite short story

My favorite short story

Hi everybody !!! I'm going to present my favorite short story. Genesis and Catastrophe, is the title of a short story from the very famous and popular writen by Roal Dahl. The story is about a woman who goes to the hospital to have a baby.She already had given birth to three children but all the three of them died. And because of that she couldn't
thirteen reasons why

thirteen reasons why

Thirteen reasons why is a novel write by Jay Hensen Clay Jensen returns home to find a strange package with his name on it. Inside he discovers several cassette tapes recorded by Hannah Baker - his classmate and first love - who committed suicide.Hannah's voice explains there are thirteen reasons why she killed herself and Clay is one of them. If h
L as Laetitia

L as Laetitia

Laetitia is black and beautilful, she is the best person that I have never known. We are twins . My name is Léa. When we had fifteen years old, Laetitita and me living in the South of United States in Georgia with our mother. In 1845, Georgia was a country with a lot economics of problem . Economic pfffff..... it was nothing for me, the big proble
Holiday book

Holiday book

Hi everyboby! Before the holidays, I chose a mystery novel in the school library which called THE CURIOUS INCIDENT OF THE DOG IN THE NIGHT-TIME by Marc Haddon. First of all I will go to do a summary of this book, and then I will give my opinion. The narrator is Christopher who is fifteen years old. This young man understands maths and science but h
Le moulin de Pologne

Le moulin de Pologne

Hi ! I’m here again In class we studied « Le moulin de Pologne » and it’s the only one I appreciate. Poland mill is a rich country property, close to a large town in Provence, probably inspired Manosque, Giono place of residence. This area borders the tragedy. M. Joseph is a rich old man who lives in Poland mill .He lives with a household who
REIGN

REIGN

Hi everybody! I have a lot of work, but I wanted absolutely you talk about this series which is called: REIGN. The series is based on the life of Mary Stuart happens to 15 years at the court of King Henry II of France. She is engaged to Prince Francis II. His future does not look like she was waiting. His marriage is uncertain, the alliance with Fr
I as I remember

I as I remember

I remember, one year ago. My friends: Leila, Louise, Marie and me, decided to adopt the English style in 60s. It was the periode of optimism and hedonism and Cultural Revolution. At this time there had the famous SWINGING. The swinging was born in GB and it consisted largely of music, discotheques and mood fashion. First of all, I was not agreeing
M as Malcom X

M as Malcom X

When I read this newspaper, I felt good, I read a story about a man who fought for a true account. In this newspaper the main subject is Malcom X. Oh yes I forgot to introduce myself, my name is Léa, I have 17 years old. I 'm an idol of Malcom X. My parents followed all his story and redorded all his speech. I'm a strange girl and when I have free
William Wells  Brown ( Clotel )

William Wells Brown ( Clotel )

Hi! Do you know William Wells Brown? Before the holidays my english teacher give me a puzzle about slavery and I found this very interesting, because I learn more about this topic. In fact it's an autobiography on Wlilliam Wells Brown. William Wells Brown was a prominent African-American abolitionist lecturer, novelist, playwright, and historian. B
My book of the moment

My book of the moment

Hello again! My book of the moment is The Truth About the Harry Quebert Affair by Joel Dicker. August 30, 1975: the day fifteen-year-old Nola Kellergan is glimpsed fleeing through the woods, never to be heard from again; the day Somerset, New Hampshire, lost its innocence. Thirty-three years later, Marcus Goldman, a successful young novelist, visit