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On Approaching Los Angeles on a Rainy Day

On Approaching Los Angeles on a rainy day

Lost streetlights line electric heels, red and white,

Gritting glamour in the glittering night,

While wild palms overlook fuchsia designs, 81 more words


What A Ten Year Old Might Say About Chaucer

What A Ten Year Old Might Say About Chaucer 

by Calleb Ezra  (Short Story Second Person Attempt )

3.9 stars wow Calleb So insightful!

“Mom I am so proud of you,” I (Ian) said sipping coffee at 6 a.m. 1,625 more words

Flash Fiction

Canterbury tales

“The stars move still, time runs, the clock will strike” (Chaucer)

Het is even stil geweest. Inmiddels zit ik al een paar dagen in Nederland enigszins ziek te wezen. 804 more words

From the Grand Tour to Gap Yah

Check out my article on the cultural and literary influences of the Grand Tour that continue to reside in our culture today, published by Oxford Student. 7 more words

Essay: Skepticism Tinged with Realism – Olde Wyrlde Style

Skepticism Tinged with Realism – Olde Wyrlde Style

by A.D. Shaffer

{Graduate Studies; originally written for Humanities 520 Fall 2014}

Chaucer depicts romanticism as trifle in numerous works such as… 716 more words


Summer Holiday

Dear Readers,

With the summer holidays here, Break The Enigma will be taking a recess from posting new articles here. However, we’ll be back this September with many more posts, including more from Shakespeare’s “Hamlet”, but also articles on new topics and texts, like Chaucer’s “Wife of Bath”, and the Tudor era. 22 more words


Chaucer: An introduction to the Merchant's Tale

This powerpoint and screencast link offer an introduction to Chaucer to provide context for reading The Merchant’s Tale as part of the new OCR A level. 19 more words

Podcast For English Revision