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Myriam C. Daoust
Bibliophile. Ravenclaw. 😺❤️. Fr.+Engl. / Goodreads: / Instagram:
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Myriam C. Daoust 3h
What is it about the Olympics that makes me really enjoy watching curling?... 🤔
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Myriam C. Daoust 17h
Replying to @wwbookclub
I think it is worth using in this case and several others. But the person using it has to be aware of his dangers and limits and use it with caution and discernment.
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Myriam C. Daoust 18h
Replying to @wwbookclub
Absolutely! It is what make him the heir of Slytherin. I think it became a good part of his identity and it obviously contributed to the building of his ideology and the legitimacy he feels in carrying it.
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Myriam C. Daoust 18h
Replying to @wwbookclub
Basically, I don’t think he’s really learning anything in the process.
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Myriam C. Daoust 18h
Replying to @wwbookclub
It is certainly a fine line... I think what bothers me the most is that Harry just seems to blindly follow the instructions instead of using it to really try to have a better understanding of the material. So the book doesn’t make him get better, just appearing to be.
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Myriam C. Daoust Feb 22
Replying to @LeDevoir
Très bonne idée de faire une discussion interactive de ce type via les médias sociaux. Je ne sais pas si ça avait été déjà fait, c’est la première fois que j’en ai eu connaissance, mais j’espère que ça deviendra chose courante. Très intéressant!
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Myriam C. Daoust Feb 21
Lecture récente / Recent read . J’avais lu l’automne dernier le plus récent roman de Naomi…
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Myriam C. Daoust Feb 21
I wish a good to everyone participating. It’s afternoon where I live and being in the middle of the week like this l can’t join, but I’m there in (envious) thoughts. Have a nice time!
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Myriam C. Daoust Feb 19
❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️😭😭😭😭😭😭😭 (I don’t have a more articulated comment than that!)
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Myriam C. Daoust Feb 18
Replying to @LadyCait
Yep, tell me about it!
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Unapologetic Dreamer Feb 18
Winter is similar to a multi-faceted and misunderstood person. It has a reputation as fierce, rough, and unforgiving. But in reality, deep down, it is full of depth, compassion, and beauty. One needs only to truly take the time to get to know it.
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Myriam C. Daoust Feb 18
Replying to @LadyCait
A keeper indeed! Good for you. And happy birthday! 😄
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Myriam C. Daoust Feb 18
Replying to @caskandquill
When I was in my early teenage years, I was a big fan of Lucy Maud Montgomery and some friendships she wrote about really made a lasting impression on me, especially the ones between Anne and Diana in Anne of Green Gables and Emily and Isle in the Emily of New Moon trilogy.
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Myriam C. Daoust Feb 16
Replying to @MyrchapD
But there is still this bookish that I just really really want... Damn, I have a problem!
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Myriam C. Daoust Feb 16
🤦🏻‍♀️ Ok, I really didn’t use to be a spender, but then I discovered and all kind of amazing goods... I probably spent more on superfluous stuff in the last 3 months than I did in the 3 years before! That’s it, I have to put myself on a ban.
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Myriam C. Daoust Feb 16
I think the fact that some teachers and students create a special bond is actually not a bad thing at all. And having favorites is often unavoidable, it is human nature. But creating an official system about it? It is pushing that way to far on my opinion.
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Myriam C. Daoust Feb 16
Yes, forming a club is not necessarily a bad thing, but his way of doing it (and maybe also his motivations regarding his own self-importance), not the best way of doing things...
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Myriam C. Daoust Feb 16
Replying to @janetll69 @wwbookclub
Yes, Snape is certainly the worst example of playing favorites because on top of it he is bullying some chosen students and is being absolutely unfair in his classes. At least Slughorn doesn’t do that. But I would say neither are the best way of acting a teachers...
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Myriam C. Daoust Feb 16
Replying to @wwbookclub
And I’m also influenced by the fact that I hate social networking and am really bad at it. I would definitely not enjoy Slug Club!
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Myriam C. Daoust Feb 16
Replying to @wwbookclub
I’m conflicted about this. It is certainly useful for those who are part of it and want that, but I don’t like the principle of one person arbitrarily choosing some students and set them apart in an elitist group. A teacher should not play favorite like this.
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