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Crime and Punishment / Crimen y castigo (Dostoyevski)


Crime and Punishment / Crimen y Castigo


Crime and Punishment
“Nothing is outside the realm of Dostoyevski. With the exception of Shakespeare, there is no reading more thrilling than Dostoyevski.” Virginia Woolf… 519 more words

Literature

Elvis Would So by Rijn Collins

I’ve always assumed that at some point I’ll live next door to a carny. I mean, wouldn’t you? Most kids scan the neighbours’ windows for half glimpsed affairs – flesh coloured bras hanging from curtain rails, men with their eyes on their feet as they stride down front paths at 3am. 1,430 more words

Short Stories

Paper Heart

I’ve heard that paper bags are just as suffocating as plastic.
I know you’ve gotten tired of paper cuts on your shoulders,
And I’m telling you the view is no better through a zip-loc. 111 more words

Quills

“Ink spewed from the sharp edge of the quill as it gracefully danced upon the paper’s surface. Endless lines that arranged themselves into lengthy words, words that were hollow yet meaningful. 139 more words

Book Cravings

Have you ever just needed to reread a book? I mean, have you ever just felt so overwhelmed with the real world that you long to escape once more into “fairylands forlorn” with Lucy Pevensie or Bilbo Baggins? 519 more words

Literature

Cold

I’m cold. The kind of cold where you shiver for no reason. The kind of cold where you have all the blankets in the world on top of you, but you’re so empty inside it doesn’t matter. 73 more words