This summer felt like it took forever to end, but I’m glad it dragged. I enjoyed every single day of my summer and I guess I’m allowed to be just a little excited about the upcoming fall semester. I am taking three English classes, a science, and a history this semester and I guess I’m ready. All of my books have come in, my supplies have been purchased, and now all I’m waiting on is the final portion of excitement to kick in! Oh, and my friends. I’m also waiting for my friends to move in.
Since I am an English major and taking three English classes this semester, I have plenty of books to read during the next few months. I’ve been thinking of using BookingAwesome as a sort of online notebook, but I’m not sure how you readers would feel about that. Either way, here are the books I will be reading over the next few months!
British Literature 2:
- Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte
- Frankenstein by Mary Shelley
- Longman Anthology… etc. I will probably put up little notes to short stories and poems I read.
Hamlet and its Afterlives:
- Hamlet by William Shakespeare
- Ophelia by Lisa Klein
- Gertrude and Claudius by John Updike
- Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead by Tom Stoppard
- Al-Hamlet Summit by Sulayman Al-Bassam
I also have a Children’s Literature class, but I won’t bother you the plethora of titles I have to read! Trust me, there are a whole lot of them. In my history class, Gender in Asia, I have a novel or two as well, but I haven’t decided what I plan to do with them. I will let you guys know as soon as I know what I will be reading and in what order! Who knows, maybe you can read along with me! The only piece of news I know in reference to what I’m reading first is Frankenstein by Mary Shelley. So if you want to break out your Gothic literature mindsets, we can get going! As always, thank you so much for commenting and reading and telling your friends! With your help we can make this blog something to be proud of.
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Thank you so much for reading. Until next time, DFTBA!