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David Copperfield, Part 3 (Chapters VII, VIII, IX)

Charles Dickens

CHAPTER VII. MY ‘FIRST HALF’ AT SALEM HOUSE

School began in earnest next day. A profound impression was made upon me, I remember, by the roar of voices in the schoolroom suddenly becoming hushed as death when Mr. 18,604 more words

Fiction

My sister from another country

I´m really confused here, she said that my mother was her mother from another country so then I figured that if my mother was her mother but from another country then by default I would and actually should be his brother from another country ofcourse. 219 more words

English Literature

Henry Fielding's "Joseph Andrews" (1742)

I return once again to my favourite author, Henry Fielding (1707-1754) and discuss his novel The History of the Adventures of Joseph Andrews and of His Friend Mr. 766 more words

History

The wassap

Me- hi there
Me- you scare
Me- I dare!! :) :)
Me- sex today?
She- lovely
Me- cool, in my pool?
She- cool
Me- Bombastic!!! 43 more words

English Literature

Control; what can it do?

Personally, I find “The River God” by Stevie Smith and “Les Grands Seigneurs” by Dorothy Molloy fascinating poems as they contemplate the theme of control and how it can manifest into something possessive and evil. 996 more words

English Literature

My words are like a dagger

You doubt me
so let it be
seniority
won´t win you my priority
my thoughts are sporadic
acting like some addict
addict of laser sharp strength… 41 more words

English Literature

Three Cheers for Mr Mole!

In the spirit of Enid Blyton, Noddy and Big Ears.

“Oh No!” cried Little Monkey. “Something’s happened to the lawn! What will Mummy say?”

“What is it?” asked Mr Spaghetti Legs, coming over to investigate. 261 more words

Humour