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The one where Millie remembers she has a blog

So the end of my summer holidays are drawing closer than ever before, and I’m panicking a bit about the little amount of work towards my dissertation I have done. 285 more words


Vanity Fair

Title: Vanity Fair

Author: William Makepeace Thackeray

I really enjoyed reading this novel. I have always loved reading fiction set in the regency period, the indulgent prose combined with a world that seems strange and romantic with its rigid social customs gives these novels the quality of fantasy. 629 more words

Book Review

Act 1: In Media Res

Cat on a Hot Tin Roof  (1954) by Tennessee Williams is brilliant. I read it in one sitting because I found it impossible to put down, which is unusual because I am not usually one for stories about family drama. 867 more words

English Literature

A Few Things I Ought To Write About

Working as a tutor comes with many benefits. My mornings during term-time are nearly always free, so it means that I can have a lie-in, I can avoid the morning rush hour, and I can work on being a little bit more productive. 264 more words


Day 13. English Literature

I was feeling a whole lotta depression and then I used EFT and now I am fine. And I have to get back to studying. And.. 180 more words


Book Review: Hilda bewildered by Lynley Stace

This review was completed for INF533- Literature in Digital Environments as part of my Masters of Education (Knowledge Networks and Digital Innovation) studies.

Hilda bewildered… 1,178 more words

Teaching And Learning

Five Fascinating Facts about Mary Shelley

Five facts about the life and work of Mary Shelley, author of Frankenstein

1. Her most famous novel, Frankenstein, is widely considered the first science fiction novel. 632 more words