Impressions./ “On Photography” by Susan Sontag

To cut straight to the point, I love Susan’s work. With each of her pieces, I’ve found myself reevaluating how I look at the world. It’s cliché to say that a books give new perspectives but with Susan’s, I really feel it. As with the other impressions, this is not a review. “On Photography” isContinue reading “Impressions./ “On Photography” by Susan Sontag”

Impressions./ “On the Road” by Jack Kerouac

Utter madness. That’s how I would describe “On the Road”. In high school, we read a few passages from “On the Road” but I didn’t connect with it. Kerouac’s way of describing environments seemed unnecessarily complicated. I was young, too, and didn’t understand the writing. It didn’t help that the reading was obligatory, which immediatelyContinue reading “Impressions./ “On the Road” by Jack Kerouac”

Impressions/. The Portrait of Mr. W.H. by Oscar Wilde

To be honest, I’ve avoided a lot of classic stories because I normally find the older English writing styles inaccessible. For me, it’s hard to become engrossed in a story that is difficult to read. Especially when I have to pause and reread back a few pages. Oscar Wilde has been a name that I’veContinue reading “Impressions/. The Portrait of Mr. W.H. by Oscar Wilde”