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Category One: Fairy Tales I hope I can get this picture to stick to this post. Some I might read: Tender Morsels, Category Two: 1001 and Guardian 1000 Books I like to read off of the lists 1001 Books You Must Read Before You Die and the Guardian 1000 list. The Grass is Singing, Doris Lessing (April, both 1001 & 1000)3. Howards End, EM Forster (September , 1001 & 1000)7. the images may change over the year as I find importing pics into LT to be very unstable, and also, I may find pictures I prefer to these.

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I never did investigate that one further but it sounds like the Reage book is what that part of the show was supposed to be based upon.

I don't think I saw that episode of Frasier, but it's mentioned in the Story of O page on Wikipedia.

When Bridget Jones: the Edge of Reason was released though, I wasn't interested.

I've been burned by low quality sequels in the past and just couldn't stand to read this book and be disappointed.

I'm sorry to say that even after watching this group for the past month or so, I remain uninspired. Hansel & Gretel: a Toon Graphic, Neil Gaiman (August)5.

So please accept me with my humble challenge: 3 groups in which I will read a minimum of 5 books (3 x 5 = 15, as in 2015). Gossip from the Forest: the Tangled Roots of Our Forests ad Fairy Tales, Sara Maitland I have about 20 books related to fairy tales in my TBR pile.Also read, but not counted as I used it in category 3: Beyond Black, Hilary Mantel (Guardian 1000)Category Three: Contemporaneous British Women Contemporaneous with me, that is: British women published since 1963. Bridget Jones: the Edge of Reason, Helen Fielding (February)2. ), or if that doesn't speak to you, Mennonites Don't Dance (maybe you have to be Mennonite to get that).Thought for the day: Without You, There is No Us How I would like to die: Before I Wake My soul’s present condition: Celebrating Pride and Prejudice Little Red Riding Hood, Cinderella, and Other Classic Fairy Tales of Charles Perrault, Angels Carter (1977), Introduction by Jack Zipes (2008)Cover comments: I like that the Penguin Classics cover has a bright rendition of Red Riding Hood.Charles Perrault wrote these tales in the late 1600s.They are much older folk tales that he adapted for his cultural world.Here is a picture I found: O wears something very distinctive, and it isn't this.

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