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Michael Ray De Los Angeles. ♛ email: MichaelRay@LoraxCommunity.org Los Angeles, CA, 2015 Fun Home by Alison Bechdel The Graphic Memoir is an inmate look into the life of the author and her Pennsylvanian family. Within the text, Bechdel describes various events within... Continue Reading →

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Michael Ray De Los Angeles. ♛ email: MichaelRay@LoraxCommunity.org Los Angeles, CA, 2015 The Grapes of Wrath by John Steinbeck A fictional narrative set during the depression era, Steinbeck's novel the Grapes of Wrath follows the Joad family as they venture... Continue Reading →

Michael Ray De Los Angeles. ♛ email: MichaelRay@LoraxCommunity.org Los Angeles, CA, 2015 Wild Urban plants of the Northeast: a Field Guide. by Peter Del Tredici Peter Del Tredici's field guide re-imagines the urban landscape, trumping the myth that cities are... Continue Reading →

Field Guide of North American Edible Wild Plants by Thomas Elias Michael Ray De Los Angeles. ♛ email: MichaelRay@LoraxCommunity.org Los Angeles, CA, 2015 The field guide provides a detailed description of a diverse variety of plants that grow in North... Continue Reading →

Locally Delicious by  Ann Anderson Michael Ray De Los Angeles. ♛ email: MichaelRay@LoraxCommunity.org Los Angeles, CA, 2015 Published in Arcata, California, the publication contains a wide variety of resources that pertain to the Humboldt county region. The book compiles recipes,... Continue Reading →

Michael Ray De Los Angeles. ♛ email: MichaelRay@LoraxCommunity.org Los Angeles, CA, 2015 We Animals: Poems of Our World by  Nadya Aisenberg The anthology celebrates our home, and its many ecosystem, through the words of Wendel Berry, Pablo Neruda, Marianne Moore,... Continue Reading →

Recommended Reading: The Bonobo Way by Dr. Susan Block

MRDLA Book review of Dr. Susan Block's acclaimed book The Bonobo Way: The Evolution of Peace Through Pleasure.

MRDLAM fact #26: I Love comics! Yes, I love comics, graphic novels, animation, anime and cartoons. Somewhere along the lines people have developed a misguided belief that those mediums are inferior. However, I believe that we communicate more effectively through pictures, and... Continue Reading →

The Many Silenced Faces of Britshness: A close reading of Jackie Kay’s The Adoption Papers

The Many Silenced Faces of Britshness: A close reading of Jackie Kay’s The Adoption Papers             Within Jackie Kay’s collection of poetry The Adoption Papers she presents a text that utilizes three different fonts to represent the three dominant voices;... Continue Reading →

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