From To Kill A Mockingbird, Jane Austen, the MCU, and Back Again, pt. 2

This is part two of my long conversation with my sister, Celeste Sage-Tate.



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I have had the love of reading since 7th grade. I would spend hours after school just reading and seeing myself in the stories I read. I read many different genres. I do not limit myself. As a Life Coach I have read many books from Wayne Dyer, Deepak Chopra, and Marianne Williamson.

Part Two
The Crucible – Arthur Miller, Movie, (1996) Nicholas Hytner, director
To Kill A Mockingbird – Harper Lee, Movie, (1962) Robert Mulligan, director
Rise of the Guardians – (2012) Peter Ramsey, director
A Course In Miracles – New Christian Church of Full Endeavor
MCU movies, Kevin Feige, producer
Star Wars movies, George Lucas, creator
Star Trek series and movies, Gene Roddenberry, creator
The works of William Shakespeare
The works of Jane Austen
Avengers: Endgame (2019) Anthony and Joe Russo, directors
Iron Man – (2008) Jon Favreau, director
Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014) Anthony and Joe Russo, directors
Black Panther (2018) Ryan Coogler, director
Dr. Strange (2016) Scott Derrickson, director
Thor (2011) Kenneth Branagh, director
Black Widow – Character in the MCU, movie projected release (2020) Cate Shortland, director
The Road Less Traveled – M. Scott Peck
Die Hard (1988) John McTiernan, director
The Shining – Stephen King, Movie (1980) Stanley Kubrick, director
Cujo – Stephen King, Movie (1983) Lewis Teague, director
Movies by M. Night Shyamalan
The Sixth Sense (1999)
Signs (2002)
Lady in the Water (2006)
The Village (2004)
Seat of the Soul – Gary Zukav
Back to the Future (1985), Robert Zemeckis, director
Pride and Prejudice – Jane Austen, Our favorite version – Mini-series (1995) Simon Langton, director
Now Voyager (1942), Irving Rapper, director

“Humans are not ideally set up to understand logic; they are ideally set up to understand stories.” ~ Roger C. Schank, Cognitie Scientist

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I grew up in the West, the descendant of people traveling by wagon train to a new life. Some of their determination and wanderlust became a part of me. I imagine them sitting around the campfire telling stories, which is why I became first a theatre artist, then a teacher and now a writer. They are all ways of telling stories.

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