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02 June 2006

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» Poetry Friday: Emily of New Moon from Jen Robinson's Book Page
In honor of my recent Cool Girls of Kid Lit obsession, I bring you a poem by Emily of New Moon. (Well, technically by L. M. Montgomery, I suppose, but she gives Emily the credit.). From chapter 10: Buttercup, flower [Read More]

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Colleen

Would you believe I had to memorize this poem in the 6th grade? I have no idea what purpose it was supposed to serve, I just remember it was harder than hell! (Aren't you impressed that I can still be open minded about Alice in Wonderland after such a horrible childhood episode?!)

natalie_eve

I'm currently rereading Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass. My copy is annotated. The first time I read it, I remember being incredibly overjoyed because I actually knew more or less what most of it meant.

Leila

Colleen, you're going to totally hate me, but I voluntarily memorized Jabberwocky for a talent show in sixth grade. And it was totally hard.

God, no wonder I had hardly any friends. I was a huge nerd.

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