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I'm in the twilight zone

Did you hear?
They said I am weird….
Because I only look at the sky?
I see birds!
And nerds
And some proverbs
And, let it be to the e and see… 74 more words


A Short Analysis of Joseph Conrad's The Shadow-Line

A reading of a late work by Joseph Conrad

Joseph Conrad’s 1916 novella The Shadow-Line is much more conventional, at least ostensibly or superficially, than some of his most celebrated earlier fiction, such as  1,720 more words


A Short Analysis of William Blake’s ‘The Lamb’

A summary of a classic poem

‘The Lamb’ is one of William Blake’s ‘Songs of Innocence’, and was published in the volume bearing that title in 1789; the equivalent or complementary poem… 636 more words


The Birds of Bleak House

Dickens is a tricky author for me – much like Austen, I think he’ll prove to be an acquired taste.  In Bleak House, I thought I’d finally developed an  1,123 more words


For this particular reason Anne Bronte is my most favorite Bronte writer

Hail to the Bronte sisters who have left enduring legacy in English Literature. I wish they write more books so that I can go inside their unbelievable minds. 901 more words


10 of the Best Sacred Poems in English Literature

The best religious poems

What are the best religious poems in English literature? Obviously religious faith – and, indeed, religious doubt – has loomed large in English poetry, whether it’s in the devotional lyrics of John Donne and George Herbert or the modern, secular musings of Philip Larkin in ‘Church Going’. 983 more words


poem - epitaph on thomas parnell

THIS tomb, inscrib’d to gentle Parnell’s name,
May speak our gratitude, but not his fame.
What heart but feels his sweetly-moral lay,
That leads to truth through pleasure’s flowery way! 44 more words