by: Forrest Carter 1976 Fiction Subject Matter: Biography; Youth; American novelists; 20th century; Cherokee Indians Rating: 4/5 Don’t mind my puffy red eyes… Just allergies, I swear.
We’re just blessed with where we’re born … I didn’t choose to be born in the United States any more than my [Tanzanian] students chose to be born where they are. But they all deserve an education. Everybody does. —Ashley… Continue Reading
By: Robert M. Pirsig Sequel: Lila: An Inquiry into Morals 1974 Fiction Rating: 3/5 The first important consideration to realize when reading Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance: this book is a work of philosophical fiction. It’s not supposed… Continue Reading
By: Alice Walker 1976 Fiction Subject Matter: African American college students; African American women; Voter registration; Southern states; Atlanta Rating: 2/5 You probably know Alice Walker from The Color Purple. Like that novel, Meridian is a depiction of the African-American experience. Walker… Continue Reading