I love this series, they’re all so enlightening. They seem to be aimed at adults and children alike, so the language is a little basic and child-oriented at times, but I it was highly interesting nonetheless, and I am thinking and hearing language in entirely different ways.

I love this series, they’re all so enlightening. They seem to be aimed at adults and children alike, so the language is a little basic and child-oriented at times, but I it was highly interesting nonetheless, and I am thinking and hearing language in entirely different ways.

“Naked and alone we came into exile,” wrote the American novelist Thomas Wolfe in his 1929 novel Look Homeward, Angel. “In her dark womb we did not know our mother’s face; from the prison of her flesh we come into the unspeakable and incommunicable prison of this earth … Which of us is not forever a stranger and alone?”….


For some, friendship has become a vocabulary as obscure as Sanskrit…

I’m really dreading the probable reality that I will not be able to read for pleasure while I am training to be a teacher… and probably after also. I can’t imagine not being able to have that as a part of my life. I finally read the first Simon Serrailler - brilliant!

I’m really dreading the probable reality that I will not be able to read for pleasure while I am training to be a teacher… and probably after also. I can’t imagine not being able to have that as a part of my life.

I finally read the first Simon Serrailler - brilliant!