I am really sorry. What I did this past two months is so little it can hardle be called a wrap up. The work out of town, and the school stuff, and other silly activities, added to my procrastinating spirit and easily distracted mind made it difficult to read anything Victorian.
I will make a very honest confession. These are the Victorian things I managed to read:
- The Masque of the Red Death by Edgar Allan Poe (it's just a short story, I know)
- The Adventure of the Dying Detective by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (another short story)
- The Young King by Oscar Wilde (I hate to repeat this again and again, but it's also a short story)
I read short stories for the Shorty July too, and find it very fun and lighter to read them. I don't feel much obligated to read them because they actually for one-time reading, instead of weeks of marathon.
I still have much on my list for Classic Club's Project, so I guess there is a huge homework waiting for me. But I will try to do the readalongs with people from the Classic Club seriously in the future, as much as my schedule permits it.