Flukten fra virkeligheten, hvor andre bloggere kan dele smakebiter fra det de leser. Det er bare en regel som gjelder: Ingen spoilers!
Det går fort mot skoleferie om dagen. I dag skal jeg blant annet jobbe med vurdere de siste termintestene for dette skoleåret. Det er mange ting som skal på plass for vi sender elevene ut i sommerferie. Men før jeg går i gang med dagens oppgaver, har jeg lyst til å dele en smakebit fra én av bøkene jeg leser for tiden. Det er fra Virginia Woolfs To the Lighthouse.
He read one of them every six months he said. And why should that make Charles Tansley angry? He rushed in (all thought Miss Ramsay, because Prue will not be nice to him) and denounced the Waverley novels when he knew nothing about it whatsoever, Mrs Ramsay thought, observing him rather than listening to what he said. She could see how it was from his manner - he wanted to assert himself, and so it would always be with him till he got his Professorship or married his wife, and so need not be always saying 'I - I - I'. For that was what his critcism of poor Sir Walter, or perhaps it was Jane Austen, amounted to. 'I - I - I' . (side 98 - 99)
Ha en super søndag!
Flere smakebiter finner du hos MARI.