Throwback Thursday: February 2011

Throwback Thursday

#ThrowbackThursday

Revisiting what I posted 10 years ago,
following the idea I found at The Chocolate Lady’s Book Review Blog
(click on this link or the logo to see where the idea started from,
and to post the link to your own post).

On the first Thursday of the month available on my site,
I’m planning to post about the previous month, 10 years before.

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So today, I’ll be revisiting February 2011.

I published 20 posts, 11 of these were reviews.
The two that got most views are these classics:

  The Bluest Eye Canterbury tales  

Click on the covers to see why.
I  updated these posts

Of the 11 books reviewed that month, my favorite is this one, presenting Christian Orthodoxy to Westerners. Very well done, solid writing:

Light From the Christian East

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HAVE YOU READ THESE BOOKS?
PLEASE SHARE YOUR THROWBACK THURSDAY POST
Next post will be on April 8

 

19 thoughts on “Throwback Thursday: February 2011

  1. Canterbury Tales is a classic for all times, though I’ll confess I’ve never read it. I guess the volume kept me at bay. You’ve put up a great cover/ edition too, it makes me want to give the book a shot after all. Thanks!

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  3. I read The Bluest Eye many years ago and very much appreciated it. Morrison is a brilliant writer. In college, I read parts of Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales and loved them. I was an engineering student in a much dreaded but obligatory humanities class. The professor taught me that I actually did like the classics.

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