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Usually I don’t participate in Throwback Thursday, but I found this post in my draft folder. Cheers, from last spring’s viewing of “The Tempest” at the Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey.
Until recently, I loathed American Literature. We read so much of it through middle school and high school, and it was always presented in a boring and dry manner. Vividly I recall my sophomore American Lit. class being forced to read The Crucible aloud over the the course of weeks. I preferred British and WorldContinue reading “I shall be telling this with a sigh”
– Adrienne Breznau, Colorado Department of Corrections librarian, from Library Journal‘s Prison and Public Libraries
– Avi Steinberg, Running The Books: The Adventure of an Accidental Prison Librarian