This series ignited my love for dystopian novels as a child, and readers can become wrapped up in the story again through the real cities that inspired the author.
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Tour the diverse experiences of America’s most involved founding father.
One of my favorite college classes I took was a 200-level integrative studies course centered around building community.
From Venice, Italy to a warring Cyprus; Shakespeare’s iconic novel Othello: The Moor of Venice grabs the reader through betrayal, manipulation, and tragedy.
Now, more than ever, it is vital that we as readers expand the scope of the work we consume – to better understand ourselves, and the world around us.
Exploring the heart of novels we’ve all known and loved––and the locations that inspired them.
From World War II Dresden, Germany to post-war New York, to the alien planet Tralfamadore; Kurt Vonnegut’s iconic novel Slaughterhouse Five transports its readers through time and space.
Margaret Atwood’s famed novel The Handmaid’s Tale (and the critically acclaimed Hulu Series of the same name) depicts a dystopian future set in a near-future Boston, Massachusetts.
A good read can benefit your travel experience in more ways than one!
We’ve all heard of Derry and Castle Rock––but where are these fictitious horror hubs located in real life?