Monday, January 12, 2015

// this evening //

an evening filled with:

the reading of 

FRANKENSTEIN

the listening of 

THE NEW WORLD SCORE

the consuming of 

APPLES +  PEANUT BUTTER 

the drinking of

CHAI TEA

the result is 

BLISS

<3 Eva
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(frankenstein)
also filled with despair and sorrow over the plight of frankstien's monster

2 comments:

  1. I loved that book. Her writing was captivating and thought provoking. But it's incredibly frustrating to me that her most forefront themes are so often ignored or somehow unseen by the film industry when movie adaptions are released.

    But the book is phenomenal. I hope you enjoyed it!

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    1. As a reader who went in thinking it was a story of graphic deaths and a grossly evil monster, I can completely agree. I was shocked at the humanity of the story and the appeal to your emotions for Frankenstein and his monster; none of which I expected. Perhaps someday the film industries will open their eyes to the real beauty of the story.

      I finished it last night! It was incredible and has justly earned its place on my favorites list. =)

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