In this week’s issue of Entertainment Weekly, an article titled “Young Adult at Heart” discusses how many literary classics such as Lord of the Flies, To Kill a Mockingbird, and The Catcher in the Rye would most likely be classified as the Young Adult genre in today’s publishing industry because they feature young protagonists dealing with all sorts of plot lines, each with their own depth and thought.
It’s nice to see that one of the most popular enertainment magazines realizes that true literary art can come in any shape, size or genre.
Cheers to them!
(Also mentioned: The Diary of Anne Frank, Dune, Jane Eyre and A Separate Piece.)
Was going to text a friend when suddenly… kestrel!
(In her defense, this is the glove I wear to feed her. I put it on then got distracted. lol)
She looks so perplexed.
human hUMAN HUMAN IS THIS MY DINNER
HUMAN I DO NOT THINK MY FOOD SHOULD BE GLOWING
I AM NOT AMUSED WHERE IS MY NOT-GLOWING FOOD
The tallest statue in the world, Ushiku Daibutsu.
this always gives me chills
I JUST UNDERSTOOD WHAT THE CHUM BUCKET IS ON SPONGEBOB.
AFTER ALL THESE YEARS. I JUST REALIZED.
Chum is something that fisherman use as bait…it’s chopped up fish parts.
IT’S A CANNIBAL RESTAURANT. THAT’S WHY NOBODY GOES THERE.
I’M HAVING REVELATIONS OVER HERE.
I feel like I just discovered Davinci’s code or something, this really isn’t that important, but, the people need to know…
I swore that if this damn Growl poster fell on me one more time I was gonna take it down and put it away. So away it shall go! No real loss I have pages from the album on the other side and now I have room for the special edition million seller poster.