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How to Break Up Like a Poet: Edna St. Vincent Millay and the Art of the Kind, Clean Break

“I am most faithless when I most am true.”

Published at nineteen and a Pulitzer winner at thirty-three, the poet and playwright Edna St. Vincent Millay… 1,155 more words


To Walk Away Or To Stay Is The Question, My Friend...

As is obvious from the last few blog posts I am on a bit of an emotional roller coaster ride in the last few months. I have been trying to save my friendship with a person for whom I developed feelings. 617 more words


Passing Up a Clean Break

I’m not sure which is worse;
Being anxious and not knowing
What is causing it
Or identifying the cause
And not being able to do anything… 284 more words

On the freedom to move, and the freedom to be, part 3

It’s Saturday 10 December, a bit dreary and rainy but the holiday trimmings keep things light. My ticket says 11am, so at 10:45 I emerge from the Regent’s Canal exit at King’s Cross underground station and turn right. 2,576 more words

Gender Issues In The Classroom

A Menagerie of Murder: The Killing (Stanley Kubrick, 1956) Review – Lauren Nwenwu

Kubrick’s The Killing[1] piques our interest with its gradual reveal of the cyclically layered plot, opening at the racecourse – the location which is revisited from a series of perspectives, and where the criminal heist is yet to be pulled off by Johnny Clay (Sterling Hayden) and his gang of crooked inside men. 569 more words

Book Review: Clean Break by Abby Vegas

Nice beginning of the weeks, guys!
Today I’m going to tell you about a book I took on Amazon a few weeks ago and that I decided to read because of its plot that gave me Heartless City vibes… And I was glad I did. 590 more words