Posts tagged “every novel ever”

  1. 1. Surely Our Unhappy Marriage Will Be Revived In Paris

    2. Our Marriage Deteriorates Even In Paris

    3. Perhaps If We Were To Try...An Open Marriage

  2. Previously: Every Scottish Novel Ever.

    1. The Red, Red Dirt Understands

    2. There's A Sense Of Malaise And Decay Hovering Over This Old Plantation; I Can't Imagine What Lies In The Not-So-Distant Past That Caused It

    3. The Waitress Served Biscuits In A Manner Both Polite Yet Somehow Unwelcoming

    4. We Don't Speak Of What Happened To The Girl

  3. 1. An Uneasy Alliance With The French

    2. This Music Has A Whiff Of Papal Decadence About It; Are You Quite Sure You Are A Member Of The Elect?

    3. Our Dreams Died With The Boy At Culloden

    4. Ellen Refuses To Enter Into A Loveless Marriage As Her Highland Spirit Must Roam Free Or Be Broken

  4. Previously: Every New England novel ever. 1. The Produce In This Los Angeles Supermarket, While Fresh, Seems Waxy And False To Me In A Way That Serves As A Moral Indictment Of This Entire City 2. A Farmer And A Forty-Niner Vie For Hilda's Hand (Hilda Is A Metaphor For The Future Of California) 3. Death At The Mission 4. 400 Pages About Irrigation…

  5. Previously: Every Irish novel ever.

    1. A Foreboding Trip To The Old Manse

    2. Exchanging Words At The Maple-Tapping Party

    3. Everyone Refused To Come Downstairs

    4. No One Redecorates The Violet Room

    5. Children Who Speak Out Of Turn Will Have No Maple Candy At Christmas-Tide