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Looking at a Kandinsky, From Across the Room

Kandinsky seemed to know in
His later years, that all art,
The best, the brightest art,
Must be absolutely:
Incomprehensible. Must be:
Like a poem you write… 42 more words


Imagining Bombay, London, New York and Beyond published

This book examines new literary imaginings of the interconnected city spaces of Bombay, London and New York in South Asian diasporic texts from the 1990s to the present. 187 more words

English Literature

A Rambling Wonderer's Library: July

Hey there Wonderers! Time for a special extra post!! Yay much excite, so surprise!

Something you probably don’t know about me is that I love to read. 891 more words


Fragments from the Desk of an Esteemed Poet

Fragments from the Desk of the Esteemed Poet,
J. Humbert Riddle, Lately Deceased…
By Causes Unknown

Editor’s Preface:
The reader might be confused by this Riddle poem. 215 more words


A deliciously deadly enactment? Hamlet's dumb show

“Hamlet”s dumb-show; it seems like a small detail in the play, but on closer inspection it is a significant one.. so, are you guilty of overlooking it? 385 more words


All that she wants....

All that she wants
Too muchs…
Just a baby?
That´s a big mabe
All that she wants really
It is kind of scary
She really want´s a  blackberry… 68 more words

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Five Fascinating Facts about J. D. Salinger

Five fun facts from the biography of J. D. Salinger and The Catcher in the Rye

1. At high school, J. D. Salinger was so fond of acting that he signed the yearbook with the names of the roles he’d performed. 401 more words