Tag Archives: World War I

Books I Read in April 2015

I only finished reading two books in April. But, what might be lacking in quantity, was definitely made up for in quality, as they were both excellent books. • Silas Marner, by George Eliot — This is a short, but beautiful … Continue reading

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Books I Read in March 2015

• Christmas Truce, by Malcolm Brown and Shirley Seaton — Another book about the 1914 Christmas truces of World War I, full of direct quotations from firsthand accounts. In his book on the same subject, Silent Night, Stanley Weintraub describes … Continue reading

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Books I Read in February 2015

• The Tragedy of Coriolanus, by William Shakespeare — An amazing play, thought to be one of the last two tragedies by Shakespeare. Caius Marcius earns the name Coriolanus when he almost single-handedly turns the tide of a battle and … Continue reading

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