Generally speaking, there are two types of dystopias: ones where you live in constant fear and ones where everything seems idyllic. Some time ago, I made a list of the scariest dystopias to live in:
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For my fourth-year Sparkversary, I’ve decided to honor the actual Sparknotes on Sparknotes by giving my thoughts on the last few literature texts I studied.
The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne
In 17th-century Salem, a woman is condemned for adultery and forced to wear a scarlet “A”... More →
“No thanks. The poor toilet’s never had anything as horrible as your head down it – it might be sick.” – Harry, The Sorcerer’s Stone, Chapter 3
“We’ll send you a Hogwarts toilet seat.” – George, The Sorcerer’s Stone, Chapter 6
“Yeah, he’s off to the Chamber... More →
Hunger is a very, very strong desire that must be fulfilled. So if you are currently hungry for a cheerful adventure story, this is not the book you should read. Within these pages is a story of miserable people hungry for food, horrible people... More →
Cath from Fangirl
Like me, she enjoys writing fanfiction, and often withdraws into a fictional world. Although I’m not complete fandom trash like she is, I’m still very passionate about books and movies that I love.
Anne from Anne of Green Gables
Anne has a powerful imagination, which... More →
We love to quote movies, but books also have hilarious quips the world can’t do without.
“Non-existent cat named Suzie got your tongue?” – Zach, Cross My Heart and Hope to Spy by Ally Carter
“There is a proverbial saying chiefly concerned with warning against too... More →
A Series of Unfortunate Events by Lemony Snicket
Who would expect a story about three miserable children to contain so many vocabulary words? As the intelligent protagonists fall into one bad situation after another, their lives are sprinkled with figures of speech, allusions to famous literature,... More →