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As a little girl, Alice is unable to control the world around her. She exercises some control by eating and drinking things that change her size. She never knows exactly what will happen, though, so Alice's sense of control is an illusion.
Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll. A renowned novel that has delighted and confounded for generations, readers will travel to an extraordinary place called Wonderland where, among other things, a deck of cards comes to life, all of the animals talk, and everything gets "curiouser and curiouser!"
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The Letter Is Dead, Long Live the Letter - “Everyone writes a letter in the virtual image of his own soul. In every other form...
Letter to Borges: Susan Sontag on Books, Self-Transcendence, and Reading in the…
“Books are not only the arbitrary sum of our dreams, and our memory. They also give us the model of self-transcendence.”
This book was recommended by one of my students. It's not my typical read, but I did find it difficult to put down. Fahrenheit 451 is a dystopian novel which presents a future American society where books are outlawed and firemen burn any house that contains them. By Elizabeth Perez. ' <<< Oh I saw dis at my library! Imma get it along w/ Divergent!