Wednesday, February 27

Who, What, Where?

A weekly meme created by Melissa over at My World in Words & Pages. You share just a bit about where you are, who you are with, and what is happening in your current read. Be careful not share any major spoilers. 

Happy Wednesday everyone! Sorry for lack of posting. Life has been crazy the last few days. Haha. Anyways...this week I'll be sharing a little WWW for The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde. I've been dying to read this for years. However, I'm a werido and I prefer owning the classics that I read (besides for short ones like Of Mice and Men, since it took me just a couple days to gobble down). I finally stumbled upon this at a Frankenmuth used book store. Yes, I go to Frankenmuth and I find myself in one of their book stores. I'm a true book-addict. 


I'm with Jim and Mama Vane in 19th century England at their small abode behind the theater. They are discussing the insanity, but also the wiseness of the engagement between their little Sybil and "Prince Charming". Jim is not a happy camper and says that "Prince Charming" better love his little sister for life or he'll hunt him down and kill him. Mama Vane, though impressed by the melodramatics of her son, is telling him to calm down and that all will be well. 

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<3CaroleRae




6 comments:

Blodeuedd said...

I watched the movie...booooring

rivie bleu said...

Brothers are like that, though I wouldn't know since I don't have one but I've heard that. The closest is my older cousin and I heard that he told that once to my ex boyfriend, his friend also which made it more interesting. Why wouldn't he like Prince Charming? Does he know something his sister and Mom don't?

Christine said...

New follower! Found you via the hop. (I guess you can consider it one?!) I read this book in high school. I don't really remember much about it, unfortunately, but I do remember that I enjoyed reading it!

Carole Rae said...

B, thats what I heard. However, the book seems to be different and it's actually entertaining.

Rivie, thats what I've heard too. My cousin is super protective and he has threatened things too. hahaha. I'm not sure really. I think he may.

Christine, thanks! :D I'm sure we can call it a hop. Really? I'm liking it myself so far.

Melissa (My World...in words and pages) said...

Ut oh, sounds like 'Prince Charming' could be in trouble. ;D LOL! Thank you!

Carole Rae said...

ooooh he is...he is.