12 thoughts on “Excerpt From: Cider with Rosie, 3 of 3”

    1. Thank you Curt. I actually thought this photo would work best as a black and white but once I made it black and white, I realized the red books and the warm grey were really necessary, so I went back to the original. Thank you for noticing. πŸ™‚

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      1. Dale, it’s not of this era and is very out of step in one chapter in particular with our world and sensibilities of today. I know this is a book that is studied in English Literature classes throughout England by school children and I don’t know how they handle sensitive topics within literature. I haven’t been in school for over 30 years so discussions about misogyny and race within literature were barely discussed in my experience. I would hope in our current times a beautiful book like this would inspire some very serious conversations that would lead to some much needed self awareness. Ok, that’s way too much information for such a small little comment. Sorry, I got a little carried away. Thanks for stopping by Dale πŸ™‚

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      2. I love books not of this era (and have already bought it for my Kindle πŸ˜‰ ) And I think they should be taught so that conversations are invited. It’s important to look back and discuss so that we can move forward while understanding the past.

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