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The Poetic Justice of Dishonored

Arkane’s Dishonored has you assume the role of Corvo Attano, the royal protector to the Empress of Dunwall. When she is assassinated, and her daughter is kidnapped, the men that masterminded the operation usurp the empire and frame you for her murder. 892 more words

Critique

A Good Journalist is a critical one.

As a journalist, we need to be critical of our own work to keep improving, and today’s multi-platform lecture allowed me to understand this. Danilo raised my attention by putting my… 185 more words

Workshop -(PGT) Critical Reading, Essay Planning and Writing - 16 February 2017

(PGT) Critical Reading, Essay Planning and Writing

  • Thursday 16th February 2017 @ 13:30 – 16:30

Being a masters student is challenging, not just because of the level you will be learning at but also the amount of work (e.g. 120 more words

Studying At Edinburgh

English in Education special issue 2019: Writing

Edited by  Jenifer Smith and Mari Cruice

Call for papers

Writing might be seen as the most dangerous part of the English curriculum, where individual students can express themselves in ways that are their own – and which may not conform to adults’ expectations. 472 more words

Review of '3096 Tage/ 3096 Days.'

I watched a film this morning called ‘3096 Tage.’ Directed by Sherry Hormann an American film director.

I laid in bed with a hot cup of tea,steaming like a steam train as it was so cold in my bedroom. 815 more words

Performance

[Review] Ardan Özmenoğlu at Nitra Gallery

For its first solo exhibition at its new space in downtown Athens, Nitra Gallery presents the work of Turkish artist Ardan Özmenoğlu (b.1979) under the title “What is the time in Istanbul”. 786 more words

Contemporary Art

Rushdie’s Dreamy Atheist Manifesto

The life of Salman Rushdie is one worth engraving in a novel. The acclaimed author is a staunch “reasonablist” who has made a living by weaving magical elements into the world with which we are familiar in a way that highlights some of the absurdities of it. 728 more words

Critical Writing