Wishful Wednesday (12) on 12-12-12!

Di tanggal cantik 12-12-12 ini, saya memposting Wishful Wednesday (nomor 12!!!) dengan harapan wish yang satu ini bisa terkabul sebagai hadiah Natal 😛 Sama kayak wish yang terakhir, buku ini sebenarnya bukan buku baru bagi saya. Berikut adalah daftar alasan kenapa saya pengen buku ini: Buku ini salah satu favorit saya Saya sudah pernah membaca versi terjemahannya (abridged) Beberapa bulan lalu saya ikut readalong buku … Continue reading Wishful Wednesday (12) on 12-12-12!

Back to the Classics Challenge 2013

Yay, Back to the Classics Challenge 2013 by Sarah Reads Too Much is here! The challenge comes with more interesting categories for the following year. Great job, Sarah! Here is my reading list for the challenge: The Required Categories: A 19th Century Classic >> Therese Raquin by Emile Zola –> #1 READ and reviewed A 20th Century Classic >> Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury –> #3 … Continue reading Back to the Classics Challenge 2013

Twelfth Night – William Shakespeare

Twelfth Night, or What You Will, a Shakespeare comedy, was written around 1601-1602 for the Twelfth Night celebration, and was first published on 1623. The plot of the play was derived from the short story “Of Apollonius and Silla” by Barnabe Rich, based on a story by Matteo Bandello. Twelfth Night tells us about Viola, who was cast ashore after her ship was wrecked in … Continue reading Twelfth Night – William Shakespeare

Twelfth Night – Act Post

Act I Introduction to the lovesick Duke Orsino and the mourning Lady Olivia. Also to Viola who survived a shipwreck then stranded in Illyria and disguised herself as a young servant boy named Cesario. A funny scene III when the idiotic Sir Andrew tried to woo Maria (Olivia’s servant): MARIAA dry jest, sir. SIR ANDREWAre you full of them? MARIAJust a bit of my dry … Continue reading Twelfth Night – Act Post

A Classics Challenge 2012: December Prompt & Wrap-Up

Yay to myself for completing this challenge! 😀 So far this year, I have written 8 posts for A Classics Challenge 2012 prompts (including this post). I’m glad that I participated in this challenge because I got the chance to explore classic literature deeper. Thanks to Katherine at November’s Autumn who hosted A Classics Challenge 2012. Here are my posts for this challenge: January prompt … Continue reading A Classics Challenge 2012: December Prompt & Wrap-Up