The Great Gatsby

By Gemma Morales | May 23, 2024

Notes by Erika Assabayeva   Living through a global pandemic for two years certainly wasn’t the way many of us envisioned experiencing the 21st-century equivalent of the Roaring Twenties. Instead of lively social gatherings and exuberant celebrations, our only “roar” came through binge-watching Tiger King. However, amidst the challenges of isolation, I found solace in…

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Protected: Your Enchanting Holiday Booklist Companion

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Classics in Class

By Boundary Bay Classics Editors | July 21, 2021

The great thing about classic literature is that is always changing. Not only do we continually add to the classics over time, but we rediscover great books that were always great, but for a variety of reasons have been overlooked. Great teachers make a variety of choices in their book selections. Here are just a…

Summer is for Shakespeare

By Boundary Bay Classics Editors | July 14, 2021

Reading Shakespeare goes hand in hand with summer. Plays are short, for one thing, and it’s also the season of festivals and outdoor theatre events. It’s easy to brush up on plot and characters before heading to the park with your picnic and low-backed chairs. The pressure is entirely off when reading Shakespeare on your…