Sarah Rahman

As a recent college graduate who studied English just so she could read more books, Sarah spends most of her time devouring whatever catches her fancy, from classics to young adult reads. She aspires to write a novel someday. When not reading or talking about books, she can be found hiking in the woods or dancing alone in her room. Now, for that cup of tea she was making . . .

A Little Library Life: On Finding Sanctuary in On-Campus Libraries

One reader on finding solace and sanctuary in college libraries as a transfer student.

5 Black Women Writers Trace Slavery Across Genres

Find stories that explore slavery and its far-reaching and lasting consequences in these books about slavery by Black women writers.

A Critical Appreciation of Jane Austen

A Jane Austen fan takes a look at some of the radical elements of the author's stories as well as her societal critiques.

Jhumpa Lahiri’s THE NAMESAKE and Finding Culture in Literature

One reader reflects on the importance of representation in literature.

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