Author Archives: Mallory Banks

Why Fifty Shades?

“You beguile me, Christian. Completely overwhelm me. I feel like Icarus flying too close to the sun, ” purrs Ana, the protagonist of this year’s lauded, seminal classic, 50 Shades of Grey.
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Anything But Normal

Next to Normal Book & Lyrics by Brian Yorkey Music by Tom Kitt Directed by Steven Tran February 21-23 and February 28-March 2, 8:00 PM March 2, 2:oo PM Class of 1970 Theater at Whitman College $8 for students, $10 … Continue reading

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Casually Vacant

In her new novel, J.K. Rowling takes painstaking effort to explain to the reader the actions and the motives of every character as you move through the story of the town of Pagford – and maybe that’s where the book falters. Continue reading

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In Translation

Every week the Lewis Center offers talks, reading, exhibits, and showcases of brilliant and luminary minds who reside here on Princeton’s campus.  On Wednesday night I had the privilege to be exposed to the life’s work of Sarah Charlesworth, our … Continue reading

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