“Show me how clever you can be. Surely that meant that she was permitted to be clever--that he was acknowledging that she could be clever? She would prove herself. She would not be caught out, or betray his secret” (Hardinge 173).
A common fact about secrets is that a secret shared is not a secret at all. So…Continue
One common observation about humanity is that each and every human is in this world for a reason, and oftentimes, we each need to discover what that reason is. Many quotes have the theme, “It’s the journey that matters, not the destination,” and indeed, it’s the journey where all of the learning takes place, that’s why all books end when the adventure is over. Literature is a reflection on…Continue
A Court of Words and Themes
All books are written to be read, unlike essays written for school, however, published books do not have a guarantee of being read through by an audience like essays are read by a teacher. These books instead must be put out to the general public, who will either tear a book apart, or praise it into…Continue