proportionally speaking (pt 2)

Yesterday’s post said that Emma Donoghue’s Room is brilliant. It is the next day and I am not recanting. Room is still brilliant piece of Literature. I even recommend it, to pretty much anyone. Yesterday was somewhat ambiguous, I suppose. Today, if curious, or if you’ve read Room, I plan to be less so. PartContinue reading “proportionally speaking (pt 2)”

proportionally speaking (pt1)

Room by Emma Donoghue Little, Brown and Company, 2010. 321 pages (hardcover) Room by Emma Donoghue is brilliant. I read Room because of all the brouhaha–and the premise is intriguing, is it not?  A five year olds perspective of captivity, of life in Room where his mother was kidnapped and is kept. To tell theContinue reading “proportionally speaking (pt1)”