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Michael Moorcock: How to Write a Novel in 3 Days

Ever fancied writing a novel, but don’t have oodles of spare time to set aside for such a thing? Michael Moorcock, a hugely influential and prolific writer, has the solution. 948 more words


Video Share: Growing Out of YA?!

In this video, Ariel touches on something that is very close to home for me. Have I grown out of YA? Do I still like YA? 247 more words


6 Commonly Used Latin Phrases You Need to Know


As you all know, there are lots of Latin derivatives in English. But sometimes Latin just sounds better than English, which is why there are a few Latin phrases that come straight from Latin into English. 472 more words


Geography and Literature : a Positive Correlation

Often deemed an aggregate subject, the geographic discipline comprises elements of biology, geology and economics (among others). However, this most eclectic of subjects seldom strays into the humanities – the arts least of all. 1,163 more words


Mansfield Park by Jane Austen

I never knew it was possible to only like only one character in a book and because of this character continue to read the book to its conclusion, I found this character in Fanny Price. 42 more words


Review: The Picture of Dorian Gray – by Oscar Wilde

Synopsis: Enthralled by his own exquisite portrait, Dorian Gray exchanges his soul for eternal youth and beauty. Influenced by his friend Lord Henry Wotton, he is drawn into a corrupt double life; indulging his desires in secret while remaining a gentleman in the eyes of polite society. 323 more words

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