Tag Archives: Pseudonymous Bosch

The course has ended but the reading continues

Originally posted on Readers Are Leaders 2014:
So keep posting to this site. I want to hear about the new books you discover, and I bet others do as well. Tell us what your students are reading. Post Top-10 lists. Top…

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Max Ernst and Max-Ernest

Thanks to Calmgrove for getting me to look at some art. Max Ernst was a Dada artist influenced by Hieronymous Bosch. I can see that influence in the palette, the figures, and the composition. Not to mention the surreal themes. … Continue reading

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I dare you to read these

The Secret Series (5 vols), Pseudonymous Bosch I don’t know about you, but I love silliness. This series, which I discovered in 2010, grabbed me with the titles, and then held me with the stories. They’re all about an evil society … Continue reading

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Silly at its best

The Name of This Book Is Secret, Pseudonymous Bosch (2007), Little, Brown, 360 pp. It was the author’s name that first attracted me to this book. Very clever, I thought. The conceit continues – “this book is dangerous”, “no real … Continue reading

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