Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop: Books That I’ve Binge-Read in 24 Hours (That You Probably Could Too)

By: Breanna Patterson

Oh, the joys of a book that you can blow through in a single day. It’s magical how some writers can drag you into their work and make you completely unwilling to put their piece down. In the spirit of “a bit of light reading,” as my beloved Hermione Granger would say, here are 10… More Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop: Books That I’ve Binge-Read in 24 Hours (That You Probably Could Too) By: Breanna Patterson

Looking Into the Mystique of Betty Friedan

by Allison McLellan

“I never set out to write a book to change women’s lives, to change history. It’s like, ‘Who, me?’ Yes, me. I did it. And I’m not that different from other women.… Maybe my power and glory was that I could speak my truth as a woman and it was the truth of every woman.”… More Looking Into the Mystique of Betty Friedan by Allison McLellan

Exploitation of Femininity in “The Hunger Games”

Suzanne Collins’ The Hunger Games is classified as a young adult book.  There are several characteristics that define a book as young adult literature, but the strongest characteristic is the main character’s ascension to adulthood as he or she grapples with issues of power.  While Katniss initially appears to be the ultimate girl-power figure, it… More Exploitation of Femininity in “The Hunger Games”