Blog

Death omen

The girl lays on the ground Silence in her mouth and crickets in her ears. Her white dress shines and grass embraces her Death omen.

There’s someone at my door

There’s someone at my door He’s knocking all along. He keeps shouting “mon trésor” I don’t want to open, oh no But the shouting goes on, “mon trésor, mon trésor”…

As time passes by

As time passes by I realise my condition. And I sing songs whose words I don’t know, And I dream of things I will never own. I’m stuck here.

The Haunting of Hill House: elements in common between Shirley Jackson’s novel and the Netflix TV series

Hello, bookworms! How are you? I hope 2021 has started in the best possible way for you. Today I’d like to write something about my last reading: The Haunting of Hill House by Shirley Jackson. Well, what a book! I enjoyed every single word of it. I must admit that I watched the Netflix TVContinue reading “The Haunting of Hill House: elements in common between Shirley Jackson’s novel and the Netflix TV series”

The Garden Party and Other Stories by Katherine Mansfield: a review

Hello, bookworms! Today I want to tell you something about a book I’ve recently read: The Garden Party and Other Stories, a collection of short stories by the New Zealander author Katherine Mansfield. Published in 1922, it represents one of the masterpieces of Modernist production. I must admit I didn’t know it: I had neverContinue reading “The Garden Party and Other Stories by Katherine Mansfield: a review”

Loading…

Something went wrong. Please refresh the page and/or try again.


Follow my blog

Get new contents, directly sent to your email address.

Create your website with WordPress.com
Get started
%d bloggers like this: