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WWW Wednesdays: October 29th

WWW Wednesdays is a meme hosted by Should Be Reading that asks three questions:

What are you currently reading???

Right now I’m reading Hollow City  99 more words


(Super)Heroes of Literature

Everyone has a few heroes in their literary life, whether they are well-written protagonists, innovative writers or just sharp critics. Today I want to share some of my personal favourites with you. 112 more words


Peasants Should be Peasants, or At Least Chaucer Thinks So: A Reader's Response to The Canterbury Tales

Chaucer seems to have a lot to say about societal norms during 14th century England. In class, we talk a lot about his views towards women and religion; however, we rarely talk about Chaucer’s view on class. 746 more words

Canterbury Tales

The Canterbury Tales scarefest: The Terrible Tales

By Rachel Leach 

@_rrayl @kentcollective rl192@canterbury.ac.uk

Back by popular demand, The Terrible Tales Halloween event opens today (October 24) at The Canterbury Tales visitor attraction. 312 more words


Knight rapes young maden

Breaking News, A loyal and powerful knight has caused ruckus in the kingdom by rapping a young damsel. The court has yet to settle the judgement.


Court sentences him to death

The knight has been sentenced to death by beheading. The process will be prosecuted in about a week (ago).


Aurthor gives him a chance, so no death

We just got word, the great King Arthur has forgiven the Knight under conditions, yet to be announced.