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He hit me but it felt like a kiss. (Part 1)

Thursday 9th May

I think it’s best if I start at the beginning. So, here it goes.

My friends always used to ask me why I always stayed so strong, even after everything I had been through. 623 more words

A Level

This is the Outline I will be referring to when I start talking about themes and major turning points in the story. In my next post, I will give a character analysis of the leading cast, Ifemulu and Obinze. 256 more words

Americanah

The Immigrant’s Struggle in the West

Although I sympathized with all of Ifemulu and Obinze’s struggles as immigrants, it was the story of the hairdresser’s inability to visit her home country for her father’s funeral because she was illegal that made me tear up. 240 more words

Americanah

Introduction to Americanah

I know that this book is for A Level, and “it’s thick, by Jove! It’s over 400 pages!”, but I always say get rid of your frogs first. 441 more words

Americanah

Semester Break 3.0

Assalamualaikum! Hai!

So it had been quite a long time since the last time I’ve updated anything on this blog. Apart from my busyness with my studies, it’s either there’s really nothing to be blogged about, or I’m just being lazy. 232 more words

Personal

Textbooks

A lot has been said recently on textbooks, the benefits they have and the bad press they get. This has had me thinking a lot about them, and their use in lessons. 714 more words

Teaching

Pattern Photography.

Looking through old folders on my PC i found these pictures from my A2 Photography project. Sixth form college was amazing.

United Kingdom Double traffic road lines.

Toyota Yaris car grill.

Photography