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So You Want To Study: English Literature!

Afternoon everyone! It’s Friday, which means it’s time for another post in the So You Want To Study series! This week’s post comes from the lovely Lilith, who is here to share her experience of studying English Literature at university. 1,235 more words


Φιλία (Philía)

Here, I applied the N+7 Oulipo rule to one of my own poems- (in which the writer takes a poem already in existence and substitutes each of the poem’s substantive nouns with the noun appearing seven nouns away in the dictionary). 254 more words


'The Pitcher And The Plutocrat' by P.G. Wodehouse

The Pitcher And The Plutocrat by P.G. Wodehouse, 1910

The magic trick:

Odd combination of detached, omniscient first-person narration

This is not Wodehous’s finest hour. Published when he was still just 29, he is clearly still working out his material. 268 more words

Short Stories

English Literature: 

To kill a mockingbird essay

1. In what way is the character of Atticus is important?

2. How is the theme of racism presented in this novel?

English Lit


come lie,

that I love you…

comely that I love you

when energy dissipates

and things pull

back together



it seemed no

done thing

when under

the waves he slipped

and she

began to



how to make

less flat this

glossy, emboldened