Joseph Piercy

  • darya vinocurhas quoted3 months ago
    People and Society, but this is naturally because novels are inhabited by characters with human personalities
  • Ma.Jhonileen P. Javillonarhas quoted3 months ago
    Watership Down (1972)
  • Lizbeth Sinaíhas quoted3 months ago
    Books teach us lessons about life, the world around us and the people that inhabit it, and those lessons enrich our understanding of ourselves and others.
  • Onopfheahas quoted3 months ago
    Watership Down (1972)
  • bootumlumtalahas quoted3 months ago
    curse.
    ‘All happy families are alike; each unhappy family is unhappy in its own way’
  • Marine Profondehas quoted2 years ago
    For example, the Old Irish Celtic verb ‘biru’ in the first person singular means ‘I carry’.

    biru i uhozhu eheheh

  • Dušica Gavrilovi殩™ Novi Pazar, Srbija ©®™has quoted10 months ago
    A CIP catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library.
  • darya vinocurhas quoted3 months ago
    thereby leaving the tales of Hazel, Fiver, Bigwig and General Woundwort forever viewed through the lens of my childhood imagination
  • darya vinocurhas quoted3 months ago
    extrapolate on how a certain theme or moral lesson is illustrated without recourse to key events in the narrative. These entries are merely meant as tasters; there are myriad other delights and interpretations still to be unearthed
  • Milica Jovanovićhas quoted4 months ago
    Books teach us lessons about life, the world around us and the people that inhabit it, and those lessons enrich our understanding of ourselves and others.
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