• Reads
  • the bell jar.

    Typically in the summer I gravitate towards lighthearted reads to diagnose the inevitable literary exhaustion from the conclusion of a semester, but The Bell Jar has always been on my radar and I finally decided it was the time. Naturally, I had my hesitations in picking up this novel considering it’s semi-autobiographic and dark reputation, but I am so grateful I […]

  • Reads
  • the opposite of loneliness.

    There is an indefinable feeling associated with the experience of reading a book. (Yes, I am admitting to being a complete nerd, but hear me out).  Reading offers an escape into the world of a character whose story is molded by diverse predicates than our own. It provides us perspective through these glimpses into the mind of another; both character and author. I […]