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The man

There is a man, wich as I a grew I could understand.
No sentimentalism, no hugs, no “I love you”,
man of few words and you would think he was one of those nerds. 251 more words

Poetry

Three universal values that make ‘Middlemarch’ enduring work

I am so glad that I don’t throw ‘Middlemarch’ away during eight years I immerse myself in other titles. I suddenly want to read the masterpiece after I stumble upon an article about minimalism. 963 more words

Literature

Northanger Abbey

“It is only a novel… or, in short, only some work in which the greatest powers of the mind are displayed, in which the most thorough knowledge of human nature, the happiest delineation of its varieties, the liveliest effusions of wit and humour, are conveyed to the world in the best-chosen language” (Jane Austen,  337 more words

Books

In the stars, but no love

Though this much I ask but bitter tell:
Is not so fine, is not so,

But I am bitter but utter sweet,
Ere poison is mine the taste so far, 167 more words

Works

Close Reading Analysis – “To Autumn” By Keats Part 2

Okay, so if you haven’t read the piece I posted earlier today, I basically decided to give some tips on how to do a close reading. 614 more words

Miscellaneous

dark new orleans blues

Down in New Orleans
There was a girl called Arlene,
Her sweet smile
Would make you walk a mile

Down in New Orleans
There was a great diversity, 38 more words

Poetry

Shelley - ‘The Cold Earth Slept Below’

Form: 

First two lines are iambic trimetre, leading into a less structured iamb = mirror Shelley’s uncertainty with the death of his wife, hope that his wife will find peace in nature. 540 more words

English Literature