I’ll be studying Literary Science (full-time), as well as an additional course, Literature and Existentialism (50%). I’ve been looking through the reading list for the Existentialism course and I’ve read most of the novels, so I’ll be focusing on the textbooks there – I’ll be re-reading Crime and Punishment by Dostoevsky and The Stranger by Camus (which was my next read anyways), as well as some of my other favourite existentialist works.
I’m not sure what’s going on with Literary Science course since I haven’t been able to access anything online, but I’ll hopefully be able to do that tomorrow. I’m sort of hoping that I’ve already read most of the novels for that one as well, so that I don’t have to rush through any reading and still have time to read for my own pleasure.
There’ve been few reviews this week because I’ve been sick (again) and I’m only just getting my strength back today, so reviews will pop up during the week.
I’ve finished 29 classics for The Classic Bribe Challenge as of this week, which is a hell of a lot more than I ever would have imagined. I haven’t reviewed them all, so I’m not sure they’ll count for the giveaway, but I’m just amazed that I managed that many.
I can’t believe I’ve read 89 books so far this year.
Ah well... as you were!