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I am a graduate student in literature, a freelance writer, an unabashed feminist, and a personal assistant to two extremely spoiled cats.
I got a law degree once. It didn't take.
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In reverse chronological order, roughly; not necessarily the order in which I endorse them. 1. BYE, MZUNGU! by Janice Ellen Lever. Lever’s memoir of her eighteen years running a kindergarten in Uganda is funny, adventurous, sweet, and absorbing all at … Continue reading
Robert Hutchinson (fellow, Society of Antiquaries, London) doesn’t much like King Henry VIII. One doesn’t need to look further than the title of his 2005 history of Henry’s last years to know it (“Tyrant”, seriously). But what takes this book … Continue reading