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Architect Harry Rodda
FAMILY ROOMS, DENS & STUDIOS | Sunset Books ©1979


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FAMILY ROOMS, DENS & STUDIOS | Sunset Books ©1979

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Books I read during my eight-week placement. I read a bit at the cottage, but for the most part, I read these books on the subway to and from my internship every day.

1. Carrie by Stephen King
Perfect subway read. Dark, gloomy, and great. Totally out of the box and talks about some gross, disturbing things. It’s short too, so great to read during the school year and if you like horror.

2. The Shining by Stephen King
Better than the movie, and I loved the movie. Much more intricate and there are some really great details.

3. Forget Me Not by Fern Michaels
Wonderful, light, easy read. A lot of Fern Michaels’ books have similar components (recycled names, getting telepathy after accidents, etc) but still fun nonetheless.

4. Emma by Jane Austen
Some Jane for Jane station. I bought this book a while ago and it was too hard for me to read (tried to read Pride and Prejudice three times and could never finish it). This was better the second time around - Jane Austen is very witty, but this was still rather difficult.

5. The Hobbit by JRR Tolkien
Tried to read this once and I thought it was too difficult and boring. This time around it was super easy to read and quite charming! Really liked it.

6. The Guilty Plea by Robert Rotenberg
Definitely recommend. Super short chapters and it takes place in Toronto so all the locations were very familiar! Great plot twist. I believe this is the second book in a series.

7. LOTR (I): The Fellowship of the Ring - JRR Tolkien
Once again, I always thought LOTR would be tedious but I enjoyed reading this! I was particularly interested in the hobbits.

8. LOTR (II): The Two Towers - JRR Tolkien
I think I liked this even more than the first one. Quite a few parts where I laughed out loud on the train. If you’ve been thinking of giving LOTR a try, let this book be your motivation to start the series.


Favorite Films: Clue (1985) dir. Jonathan Lynn

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A collection of classic films by some requested leading ladies of the 1960s with links to watch them online:

  • A n n a  K a r i n a
A Woman Is A Woman (1961)
Vivre Se Vie (1962)
The Little Soldier (Le Petit Soldat) (1963)
Band of Outsiders (1964)

Pierrot le Fou (1965)
  • C a t h e r i n e  D e n e u v e

The Umbrellas of Cherbourg (1964)
Repulsion (1965)

Beauty of the Day (Belle De Jour) (1967)
The April Fools (1969)

The Young Girls of Rochefort (1967)

  • A n n - M a r g r e t

Bye Bye Birdie (1963)
Viva Las Vegas (1964)
The Pleasure Seekers (1964)
Kitten With A Whip (1964)
The Cincinnati Kid (1965)

  • S h a r o n  T a t e

The Americanisation of Emily (1964)
The Fearless Vampire Killers (1967)
Don’t Make Waves (1967)
Valley Of The Dolls (1967)
Eye of The Devil (1967)

NOTE: This is only a small collection of requested actresses so I’m sorry if there are a lot of other worthy names and films missing from this list.

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